Created and managed by Graham, a Yang Tai Chi Chuan practitioner based in the UK, The Tai Chi Notebook offers quality information on the art of Tai Chi Chuan based mainly on the writing in the Tai Chi Classics. The blog’s classic black and white design brings instant calm to the mind is rich in content that covers pertinent information we need to know in relation to Tai Chi, including: Classics commentary, applications, history, training notes, and Zen.
As one of the internet’s most popular independent Martial Arts blogs today, Ikigaiway has established his own virtual Martial Arts community with nearly 20,000 fans on Facebook. With more than 20 years of experience in various Martial Arts training, Matthew Apsokardu delivers his thoughts and insights from a professional’s point of view. Find various engaging contents from interesting interviews and renowned Martial Artist’s profile to philosophy, tips and tricks, and book reviews nicely compiled into a platform with an eye-pleasing design!
If you are looking for a place to discuss all aspects of Chinese Martial Arts studies, Kung Fu Tea is the place to be. Here, martial artist, academic and blogger, Ben Judkins focuses much of the blog’s content on the academic study of the Chinese Martial Arts. That said, Ben also shares his thoughts and insights on lighter topics such as current events, movies, and/or stories relating to Martial Arts featured in the news. Kung Fu Tea is our personal encyclopedia of anything Chinese Martial Arts related!
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