James Tam 谭华沾

My full name is Wa James Tam (譚華沾/谭华沾) and I am a retired research scientist from the federal government of Canada. My expertise is in applied human vision research (Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, York University, Toronto).

渥太华讲座组织者谭华沾。谭华沾是陈中华老师的主要早期弟子。前加拿大工业部主要科学家。1998年他开始邀请陈中华老师去渥太华举办实用拳法讲座。

I have some background in the Japanese martial arts (Karate and Aikido) and in Wu-family Taijiquan.  My study and training in the Chen-Style Xinyi Hunyuan Taijiquan and Qigong System as well as in the Chen-Style Taijiquan Practical Method System began with my Shifu, Master Chen Zhonghua, in Ottawa, March 1998.

陈中华老师给谭华沾讲拳。陈老师重点讲解了两点对上后拉开,如一点在对方身上时,不要推,拉开自己,两点一定要在一条直线上,方向不对不起作用。

I am interested in research that is aimed at improving our understanding of the underlying principles, concepts, methods and techniques encompassed in teaching, learning and training for developing the skills required under the Hunyuan and the Practical Method systems of Taijiquan.   Currently, I am in the process of writing an article on visual perception and the Practical Method, tentatively titled, “Tai Chi in Plain Sight.”

关于 陈中华加拿大弟子谭华沾

加拿大渥太华市。陈中华加拿大早期入室弟子。 My full name is Wa James Tam (譚華沾/谭华沾) and I am a retired research scientist from the federal government of Canada. My expertise is in applied human vision research (Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, York University, Toronto). I reside in Ottawa. I have some background in the Japanese martial arts (Karate and Aikido) and in Wu-family Taijiquan. My study and training in the Chen-Style Xinyi Hunyuan Taijiquan and Qigong System as well as in the Chen-Style Taijiquan Practical Method System began with my Shifu, Master Chen Zhonghua, in Ottawa, March 1998. I am interested in research that is aimed at improving our understanding of the underlying principles, concepts, methods and techniques encompassed in teaching, learning and training for developing the skills required under the Hunyuan and the Practical Method systems of Taijiquan. Currently, I am in the process of writing an article on visual perception and the Practical Method, tentatively titled, "Tai Chi in Plain Sight."
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