Grand Master Zhang learnt Qi Gong from Dao Jia when
he was young and became a disciple of Que Ah Shui for more than 30 years. He
has mastered the essence of Que Ah Shuis Qi Gong.
Grand Master Zhang has the knowledge of a few hundred
Arhat standing methods. Every Arhat standing method is named after an Arhat so each one of them is unique.
After the death of Que Ah Shui, Grand Master Zhang
became a disciple of Qing Ding Shang Shi, who was the Chief Monk of Shao Jue temple in Cheng Du. The form of Qi Gong taught
by Qing Ding Shang Shi is called Mi Zong, which he learnt from the Great Great Grand Master Nun Hai Shang Shi. Nun Hai Shang Shi learned Mi Zong from the Great Great Great Grand Master Guru Kong Sa Ba.
In additional to Arhat stands, Grand Master Zhang knows
a few hundred Zuo Chan and Shou Yin methods. Zuo Chan method is a combination of sitting with the legs crossed, bottom of
the feet facing in an upward position, and the hands placed in various forms. Shou Yin is practised with various special Mantras
and deep concentration. These actions promote the inner vibration of various meridians of the body and accelerate blood flow.
It would make a big difference if one does not recite the various Mantras when practising Shou Yin. These ancient Qi Gong methods produce marvellous results and benefits to the human body.
Through more than 60 years of practice and teaching, Grand Master Zhang has
accumulated tremendous Qi Gong experience. He has not only trained many Qi Gong Masters, but also made significant contribution
to the scientific research of Qi Gong.