A while ago I decided to learn this Wu style Tai Chi short form from a book by Wang Peisheng and Zeng Weiqi.
The detailed instructions in the book made it easy to learn and I enjoyed practicising this form.
It closely resembled the Wu style form I practice (Master Wu Chian Chuan). After a while I found that both my style of Wu and Wang Peisheng’s form started to merge and I decided to stop practicing his form before I had a hybrid of both forms.
However, If you are looking for a short form to practice I thoroughly recommend his book ‘Wu Style Taijiquan’ published in 1988 by Hai Feng Publishing Co., and Xhaohua Publishing House.
Now I’m not getting a commission recommending this book but the depth of detail in his book which includes the short form (37 postures) applications, depth of feeling, push hands, and an article by Master Wu Tunan makes this book worthwhile having in your Tai Chi library.
Besides my own Wu Style short form book 🙂 this is one of my favourite Tai Chi books which I have read many times to get a deeper understanding of Wu Style Tai Chi.
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Footnote: Wang Peisheng (1919-2004)