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Sifu Adam Hsu was teaching traditional northern style kung fu at America since 1978. Master Adam Hsu was born in Shanghai, China in 1941. To Taiwan, his family moved back in 1949, in which he spent years studying with the most honored fu masters. His teacher was the Grandmaster Liu Yun Chiao.
Master Hsu made a master's degree in Oriental literature at Taiwan Normal University, among several prestigious institutions in which he instructed both kung fu and Chinese literature. He has held many honorable places, among them the National Kung Fu Federation's General Secretary of Taiwan, Instructor to the Republic of Liberia, and also Member of the Republic of China National Kung Fu Delegation.
He is the former editor and publisher of Wu Tang Martial Arts Magazine, and a previous senior editor of this Kung Fu Library of Wu Chow Publishing Company, the largest writer of kung fu literature. He's published several books also over a hundred articles in English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Russian, and German. He has been featured on the covers of over eighteen magazines around the world.
More recent honors include Black Belt Hall of Fame, '' Black Belt Instructor of the Year, AAU National Senior Advisor, also admired President of the International and Six-Harmony Praying Mantis Associations.
In 1990, he launched the Traditional Wushu Association, a non-profit, global organization dedicated to the preservation, devotion, and marketing of traditional Chinese martial arts.
He's the author of Sword Polisher's Record, a seminal work in English on the origins and realities of traditional kung fu. Both volume "Essays on Chinese Martial Arts" (native language edition only) are deemed classic works on kung fu.
He and his students have engaged in Many performances and workshops b
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