Su Zifang

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Began training:


Taijiquan: Yang, Chen, Wu, Sun and Wu Style, Baguazhang and Xingyiquan

Hall of Fame Award:

2016 - 40 years

Other Awards:






Su ZifangMaster Su Zi Fang was named by the Chinese National Wushu Association as one of China’s 100 Outstanding Wushu Practitioners. In China, she is known as the “Queen of Taiji”. PAWMA presented Master Su with the Lifetime Achievement Award last year.

Her specialties are all the five family Taijiquan: Yang, Chen, Wu, Sun and Wu Style, Baguazhang and Xingyiquan. Master Su began learning Wushu at the age of eight and was identified by the Chinese government for full-time training among China’s great martial artists at age eleven. During her 46 years of practice, competition, and teaching since then, she has been awarded 21 gold and 10 silver medals in national and international competitions. For the last nine years, she has been the National Coach for Singapore’s Wushu Team. Singapore’s National Sport Council and Singapore’s Olympic Council awarded Master Su “Highest Level and Highest Quality Coach- Gao Shui Ping Jiao Lian. When teaching and coaching, Master Su not only reveals internal martial arts theory, technique, and her competition experience to her students, she also helps them find health and happiness through their practice.


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