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Some of the different movements and stands in Tai chi.

Often called the eight gates or Ba damen(bamen)

One movement or gate is An

lü a perfect move for your tai chi to combine with peng

An (, àn) - To offset with the hand, usually a slight lift up with the fingers then a push down with the palm, which can appear as a strike if done quickly. Often translated as "Push." and combined with another technique.
You often sees this kind of technique in many martial arts like judo, jiu jitsu and similar.
Proffessor George Ho has published a couple of articles regarding Tai Chi. This youtube video is his explanation of Pen Jing. Gives you some more pronounciation skills in Chinese:

Chi is trying to push something away from you

chi measn pressing something away from you or trying to get out from a crowd

Chi ( (simpl.: ), j) - Used for pressing something away from you. Often used by opened hands. Chi means mind or pressing and directly translated crowd. That could say you are trying to get of a crowd.
You often sees this kind of technique in many martial arts like judo, jiu jitsu and similar.
Proffessor George Ho has published a couple of articles regarding Tai Chi. This youtube video is his explanation of Pen Jing. Gives you some more pronounciation skills in Chinese:
With P'eng you move the center of your body

photo taken by Xian Li

P'eng (, py péng) - Propably the most important skill in Tai Chi. In Tai Chi they talk about the Peng Jin energy. With this techique you move the opponents power from your center of body. Very useful in many postures. The power comes from the opponent and you manage the power from your lower hips or the center of your body.
You often sees this kind of technique in many martial arts like judo, jiu jitsu and similar.
Proffessor George Ho has published a couple of articles regarding Tai Chi. This youtube video is his explanation of Pen Jing. Gives you some more pronounciation skills in Chinese:
One movement you could combine with peng is Lü

lü a perfect move for your tai chi to combine with peng

 (, l) - You could combine the P'eng with a rolling backward or to the side. This makes your opponent fall or loose balance. Another meaning of this word is shoe. Moving your feets.
 
Tsai means picking up something with your fingers

means to pick something up with your fingers

Tsai (, ci) - Picking something with fingertips or palm. The word tsai is part of the compound that means to collect, unite or pick something like a leaf of tea from a bough. Directly translated Tsai means pick.
You often sees this kind of technique in many martial arts like judo, jiu jitsu and similar.
Proffessor George Ho has published a couple of articles regarding Tai Chi. This youtube video is his explanation of Pen Jing. Gives you some more pronounciation skills in Chinese:
Lieh (, liè)
- Lieh means to separate, to twist or to offset with a spiral motion, often while making immobile another part of the body (such as a hand or leg) to split an opponent's body thereby destroying posture and balance. Lieh is often translated as "Split."
Chou (, zhu)
- Means elbow and the elbow is used to hit or push with.
K'ao (, kào)
- means depending on and is used closely to the opponent. This technique is used with the shoulder or upper back.
History of Tai chi
The five elements

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