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Chang Dsu Yao (Chinese: 張祖堯; Wade–Giles: Chang Tsu-Yao; 14 June 1918 – 7 February 1992) was a teacher of the martial arts Meihuaquan and T'ai chi ch'uan. He was also known as Chang Ch'êng Hsün (Wade-Giles) (Chinese: 張成勳).
Daai Yuk ???? (pinyin: Dà Yù Chán Shi; Yale Cantonese: Daai6 Yuk6 Sim3 Si1) was a Chan Buddhist master who is credited with teaching Southern Dragon Kung Fu, or Lung Ying ???, to Lam Yiu Gwai. He was a monk at Wa Sau Toi, one of the many temples on the sacred mountain Luofushan.
Du Xinwu (Chinese: 杜心武; Wade–Giles: Tu Hsin-wu; 1869–1953), aka Ru Xia (儒侠), Dou Mi Guan Jushi (斗米观居士) was a Chinese martial artist and an important figure in the development of Zi Ran Men kung fu.
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