Hi, I'm living in China studying chinese language and wujiquan. Wujiquan is a rare style even in China very few people know about it and even less practise it. I would like to introduce wujiquan a little: Wujiquan is an ancient taoist internal martial art. If we want to track its source we have to begin with the book “Yijing”, in which it is said:”Wuji-taiji-liangyi(two principles)-sixiang(four directions)-wuxing(five fazes)-bagua(eight trigrams)… From the view of martial arts it means: wuji-taiji-xingyi-bagua. According to the tradition this system was developed by the taoist ancestor Zhang Sanfeng, later on it was systematized by Dong Haichuan. Wuji is one of the five taoist arts that were thought only in the family. According to Mr. Wu Zhenshi, this art was past down in his family in one generation only to one male decendent, to his time it was six generations. Wujiquan basic level cocntents wuji jiashiquan (无极架势拳), danshi lianhuan zhang (单势连环掌), zuhe lianhuan zhang (组合连环掌). The intermediate level consist of two big branches, one is Bagua pai(八卦派), the other one is Hunyuan pai(混元派). No metter which you study bagua or hunyuan, you have to learn wuji moral principles (无极武德说), wuji neigong (无极内功), wuji medical practise (无极医道术) and wuji art of pressure points (无极点穴术). Advanced level contents miansizhang (绵丝掌), yunpanzhang (云盘掌), sixuanzhang (丝旋掌), huanyingzhang (幻影掌).