Shaolin Tantui

Grandmaster Wong performing a Tantui pattern in solo

When they see a performance of solo kungfu patterns, most kungfu practitioners today do not know what the patterns are meant for. Here, Grandmaster Wong leads the class in performing some sequences of solo Tantui patterns. Do you know the meaning behind the patterns? Of course, you do. They are Tantui Combat Sequences 1, 2 and 3 performed in solo. Performing them in solo is one effective way to enhance combat efficiency. Do you know why?

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Sequence 1 Initiator
Sequence 1 Responder
Sequence 2 Initiator

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Sequence 2 Responder
Sequence 3 Initiator
Sequence 3 Responder

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Sequence 3 Initiator
Sequence 3 Responder

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Solo Performance to Enhance Combat Efficiency from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.

Tantui Course at UK Summer Camp 2007

Other reviews of Tantui courses held in Toronto and Frankfurt can be found at

Tantui, the Essence of Northern Shaolin