Grandmaster Huang Chien-Liang is a man of many talents, interests, and commitments. All of these focus on his devotion to the martial arts principles, philosophy and technique. He is a humanitarian dedicated to sharing his gifts with his students, colleagues and spectators.
Wang Chueh-Jen (王玨錱) came from a rich family. His father, Wang Ting Yuen (王聽緣), was a well known Kung Fu Master in Si Chuan province. Grandmaster Wang first studied from his father before his father hired a different master to teach him and his brothers at home. Wang eventually inherited the Tien Shan Pai style from 62nd generation Grandmaster Ho Ta-Sun (何大順), also known as Ho Yuen-Ching (何偃清).
Grandmaster Huang has been spreading the art of Tien Shan Pai since his arrival in the United States in 1973. Today, there are schools all over the world that promote the style passed down from Supreme Master Wang to Grandmaster Huang. Pictured here is his third school location in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1978.
The Tien Shan Pai Legacy Tournament is an annual tournament which includes events for youth and adults. All Tien Shan Pai students under Grandmaster Huang, Chien Liang attend this event.
The Tien Shan Pai Association is dedicated to promoting and preservingthe Tien Shan Pai style, and is headed by Grandmaster Huang Chien-Liang (黃乾量)
The Tien Shan Pai Association is an organization devoted to the promotion and preservation of the Tien Shan Pai (天山派) style of Kuoshu (more commonly known as Kung Fu). The Tien Shan Pai Association is based in Baltimore, Maryland, and is headed by Grandmaster Huang Chien-Liang (黃乾量), who is the 64th generation heir to the Tien Shan Pai system.Learn More
Tien Shan Pai is a northern style which originated in the Tien Shan mountains of northwestern China. It is well known in Taiwan as an effective fighting style. At the same time, it also contains graceful empty-hand and weapons forms stressing rhythm and “ing shou”–the demonstration of power accentuated by solid thuds made by the hands.Learn More