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 Another early Chen family writer is [[Chen Zi-Ming]]. It was he who accompanied Tang Hao and Gu Liu Xin on their trip down to Chen Jia Gou for investigations into the origins. His work is thus as important as theirs in terms of evidence for the early Chen arts. In his book on the Chen family arts he quotes from the old manuals and records old song formulas, many of which are revealing (see next chapter for more information) Another early Chen family writer is [[Chen Zi-Ming]]. It was he who accompanied Tang Hao and Gu Liu Xin on their trip down to Chen Jia Gou for investigations into the origins. His work is thus as important as theirs in terms of evidence for the early Chen arts. In his book on the Chen family arts he quotes from the old manuals and records old song formulas, many of which are revealing (see next chapter for more information)
  
-Chen Xin also authored the [[San San Quan Pu|Three Three Boxing Manual]] ([[San San Quan Pu]]) which uses Taiji Boxing theories to complement [[XingYi|Xing-Yi Quan]] theories. It contains 3 of the 10 thesis of Xing-Yi. Tang Hao also posited that Chen Wang Ting had used 29 out of the 32 boxing postures in General [[Qi Ji-Guang]]'​s (1528-1587) book [[Ji Xiao Xin Shu]]. We shall examine this claim in detail in the next chapter.+Chen Xin also authored the [[Three Three Boxing Manual]] (San San Quan Pu) which uses Taiji Boxing theories to complement [[XingYi|Xing-Yi Quan]] theories. It contains 3 of the 10 thesis of Xing-Yi. Tang Hao also posited that Chen Wang Ting had used 29 out of the 32 boxing postures in General [[Qi Ji-Guang]]'​s (1528-1587) book [[Ji Xiao Xin Shu]]. We shall examine this claim in detail in the next chapter.
  
 From the above evidence, it is quite clear that the Chen family did probably learn and practice arts from outside the Chen village. Based on this, the theory of Chen Wang Ting creating Taijiquan cannot be supported. From the above evidence, it is quite clear that the Chen family did probably learn and practice arts from outside the Chen village. Based on this, the theory of Chen Wang Ting creating Taijiquan cannot be supported.
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