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Re: Hard Issue

Postby Josh Young » Tue Nov 22, 2011 10:11 am

wpgtaiji wrote:It is amazing how close you read. That is excellent! You can read every word and understand every word, and attribute a translation to me, which is amazing, since i dont translate! Grand ultimate is DECADES old, accurate or not, it isnt mine, but thanks for the compliment to think I translate!

interesting, can you show me where i said you translate?
especially in this thread?

i have a passion for accuracy and honesty, thank you for noticing.
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Re: Hard Issue

Postby Tai Chi Wizard » Sat Dec 31, 2011 8:19 pm

Hiya Josh,

I have read some of your comments in this topic and find them interesting.

On my website I have video and current article on Yang Sau Chung:

http://www.tai-chi-wizard.com/yang-sau- ... -form.html

I was wondering if you could post your comments you made hereon that page because I think it truly adds so the conversation.

Thanks you also for the PDF doc you added:

http://www.taichiclub.com/Download/Red_ ... Parker.pdf

Top quality.

Thanks again Josh.
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Re: Hard Issue

Postby Josh Young » Sun Jan 01, 2012 2:19 pm

Ok, i did post some comments about the matter, though i did not just repeat or copy what i had written earlier, rather i mentioned a few things and a few more details...
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Re: Hard Issue

Postby Tai Chi Wizard » Sun Jan 01, 2012 5:43 pm

Josh Young wrote:Ok, i did post some comments about the matter, though i did not just repeat or copy what i had written earlier, rather i mentioned a few things and a few more details...

Thanks Josh, you are a gent. Nice comments, exactly what I was asking for. Much respect.

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