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Gwa Sow Chop
08-13-2000, 12:18 AM
Has any one ever heard of the internal style Sum-I. (Pronounced like sum eeee)
Sum looks like xin(heart) in cantonese. This would make the system xin yi. This is one of the names of xing yi (ying yi) system. Then, there is a set called xin yi ba (shaolin set). There is a room at the shaolin temple which has the floor depressed in the foot pattern of this form.
08-13-2000, 10:42 AM
Sum Yi means heart/emotion and mind/intent. In mandarin, it is spelled "Xin Yi". This is different from Xing Yi, which is pronounced "ying yi" in cantonese.
I don't know either style, but I do know that they are two different styles.
08-13-2000, 07:56 PM
There's a style related to wuzhuquan called suan yi or syuang nee or even shuang ee dependent on who you hear it from.
It is an internal system, some say a crane system, and again some say it is one of the 5 aspects of wuzhuquan.
It is practiced by the Nanyang association, and various other wuzhuquan and fujian crane groups.
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