Meng Xian Tang, 4th generation inheritor of the style.
is a style said to be named for the grandson of Sun Tzu, the author
of that famous military text "The Art of War" (Bing Fa).
Sun Bin was himself an important writer and his commentaries are
considered classics of Chinese military theory. The Art of War and
Sun Bin's writings have been read and studied throughout Asia for
hundreds of years and influence personal martial studies as well
as wider military applications. This style is a Long Fist of fluid
motions and light energy. Its' most immediately distinctive feature
is a high stance almost on the toes like a boxer during certain
actions. This is from the time Sun Bin was crippled by a political
enemy. Some of its sets relate to Mei Hua Plum Blossom Boxing. See
VCD #217 below.
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