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4. Tying the Arms

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Punch your opponent with the right hand. Fig 1 Your opponent will block you with his left hand. Using your right hand grab hold of his left wrist. He then punches at you with his left hand. Block and then grab his left wrist with your left hand. Fig 2

Twist his arms to lock him down and press your right elbow against his body. Fig 3

Suddenly push forwards throwing him back. Fig 4.

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5. Spin and Strike

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Punch at your opponent with your right hand. Fig 5 Allow him to grab your wrist and attempt to lock you. Fig 6

Suddenly spin round so that his arms are behind you and he still has hold of your wrist. Fig 7 Strike his head with your left hand. Fig 8 Push his chin up and back. Fig 9

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Almond Soup

This soup uses the almonds found only in Chinese supermarkets. There are two kinds, the smaller bitter almond and the larger, sweeter almond. These are actually the inner kernel of a fruit and not like almond nuts in the west. They are better cooked, not eaten raw and one should not consume too many of the bitter almond as they can be toxic if too many are eaten. These almonds are very nourishing for the throat and lungs and will help with dry coughs. This soup can also be eaten if you have a stomach problem as it can help settle the spleen.

5 1/3 oz sweet almond 2/3 oz bitter almond

4 tbsp sugar

5 1/3 oz evaporated milk (you could substitute rice or soy milk if you prefer)

1 Litre water cheesecloth or very thin, clean tea towel

1. Wash almonds and soak for two hours. Drain and then put into a blender with one litre of water and blend. When finished, drain almond liquid through towel into a bowl. Set aside almond waste.

2. Put almond liquid into a pan and add sugar. Bring to a simmer and add milk until just heated through. Remove from heat and serve.

Healthy Living Gong Part III

Healthy Living Gong Part III is a great exercise and not as easy as you might think. It is more challenging and requires more physical strength and balance. Although it is primarily for creating power in the body, it also develops lightness and softness.

4. Skating on the Ice - Forward/Backwards

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Stand still with legs closed and the fingertips of each hand resting on the Daimai points, which are on both sides of the waist. Fig 1.

Step with the left foot, in a forwards, semi-circular motion. At the same time, the left hand should follow, pushing outwards in an anti-clockwise motion. Fig 2. Let the left hand come back to touch the left Daimai point. When the hand touches the Daimai point, step forward with the right foot, so that both feet are together. The

right hand stays at the right Daimai and does not move. Fig 3-4.

Now step with the right foot, in a forwards, semi-circular motion. At the same time, the right hand should follow, pushing outwards in a clockwise motion. Fig 5. Let the right hand come back to touch the right Daimai point. When the hand touches the Daimai point, step forward with the left foot, so that both feet are together.

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