Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong

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Doc-Fai Wong was the coach for the United States team competing in the Republic of China International Tai Chi Chuan Federation's World Championship Push Hands competition ~ an international tournament held every few years in Taiwan. In 1987, his team was the first and only U.S. team to win anything at this tournament, placing second only to Taiwan. The next time the tournament was held in 1990, Doc-Fai Wong's team again placed second.

In 1991 he was awarded the Kung Fu Artist of the Year by Black Belt magazine. He has also been featured on the covers of martial arts magazines more than 20 times, and has written over 200 articles, produced several books and videos. He has been a monthly columnist for Inside Kung Fu since 1986. Featured in Who's Who in California, Doc-Fai Wong is a recognized leader in American martial arts.

Doc-Fai Wong was selected as one of the top 50 most influential martial arts personalities in the world by Inside Kung Fu magazine in 1986, along with Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.

Doc-Fai Wong also practices Traditional Chinese Medicine and in 1977 became a California State Certified Acupuncturist. He has been a Tai Chi Chuan instructor at San Francisco City College since 1974 and holds a doctorate degree in Allied Health Sciences.

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