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 == Lineage == Lineage
-* Teachers: [[Yang ​Jian-Hou]], [[Yang Ban-Hou]]+* Teachers: [[Yang ​Jianhou]], [[Yang Ban-Hou]]
 * Students: [[Wu Gong-Yi]], [[Wu Gong-zao]], [[Dong Ying-Jie]], [[Wu Tu-Nan]] (Beijing), [[Chang Yiu-Chun]], [[Ma Run-zhi]], [[Tian Zhao-lin]] (Shanghai), [[You Zhi-xue]], [[Dong Run-fang]], [[Liu Xi-zhe]], [[Xiong Yang-he]] (Taiwan), [[Li Shou-qian]] (Taiwan), [[Miao Li-an]], [[Gu Li-sheng]], [[Cao Lian-fang]] * Students: [[Wu Gong-Yi]], [[Wu Gong-zao]], [[Dong Ying-Jie]], [[Wu Tu-Nan]] (Beijing), [[Chang Yiu-Chun]], [[Ma Run-zhi]], [[Tian Zhao-lin]] (Shanghai), [[You Zhi-xue]], [[Dong Run-fang]], [[Liu Xi-zhe]], [[Xiong Yang-he]] (Taiwan), [[Li Shou-qian]] (Taiwan), [[Miao Li-an]], [[Gu Li-sheng]], [[Cao Lian-fang]]
  
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 Yang Shao-hou 楊少侯 along with [[Yang Cheng-fu]] 楊澄甫 represent the third generation of 楊氏太極拳. Yang Shao-hou 楊少侯 along with [[Yang Cheng-fu]] 楊澄甫 represent the third generation of 楊氏太極拳.
  
-Although Yang Shaohou studied Taijiquan from his father [[Yang ​Jian-Hou|Yáng jiàn hòu]] (楊健候),​ it is said that he mainly learnt from his uncle Yang Banhou 楊班侯 . Likely influenced by his uncle'​s teaching style, Yang Shaohou was also known to have had a slightly eccentric and bellicose nature, and both of these masters are considered to have been very demanding teachers, only interested in teaching those that could stand their tough training regimes. Yang Shaohou'​s influence on modern Taijiquan is also represented in his instruction of many influential teachers of generations after his; among those who were referred to him for instruction were Wu Kung-i, Wu Kung-tsao and Tung Ying-chieh.+Although Yang Shaohou studied Taijiquan from his father [[Yang ​Jianhou]] (楊健候),​ it is said that he mainly learnt from his uncle Yang Banhou 楊班侯 . Likely influenced by his uncle'​s teaching style, Yang Shaohou was also known to have had a slightly eccentric and bellicose nature, and both of these masters are considered to have been very demanding teachers, only interested in teaching those that could stand their tough training regimes. Yang Shaohou'​s influence on modern Taijiquan is also represented in his instruction of many influential teachers of generations after his; among those who were referred to him for instruction were Wu Kung-i, Wu Kung-tsao and Tung Ying-chieh.
  
 According to the famous Taijiquan historian and disciple of Wu Jianquan, Wu Tunan 吳圖南 , who also studied under Yang Shaohou for four years, this master was famous for his "small circle"​ style. This form was known as the Small Frame, Fast Frame or Applications Frame, and was considered to require the highest level of skill to perform, being practiced at higher speed with fast jumps and kicks, actions that have generally been deleted from most of the modern styles of Taijiquan. According to the famous Taijiquan historian and disciple of Wu Jianquan, Wu Tunan 吳圖南 , who also studied under Yang Shaohou for four years, this master was famous for his "small circle"​ style. This form was known as the Small Frame, Fast Frame or Applications Frame, and was considered to require the highest level of skill to perform, being practiced at higher speed with fast jumps and kicks, actions that have generally been deleted from most of the modern styles of Taijiquan.
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