Guestbook

Comments: 31
  • #31

    Jacqueline (Wednesday, 11 December 2013 22:05)

    Is the visitors site the same as the guestbook? Can my website be on your page of links? See you very soon!

  • #30

    anna (Thursday, 19 September 2013 08:22)

    regards by Anna

  • #29

    Larry Friedberg (Sunday, 04 August 2013 10:42)

    Just a quick note..
    Neither Robin or Tony follow Patrick Kelly's style of Taiji anymore.
    As I am the remaining teacher in Sydney can you please include my link

    http://www.larryfriedberg.com/tai-chi-classes-sydney.html

    Thank you,
    Larry

  • #28

    Simon (Monday, 12 November 2012 14:29)

    Thankyou For the education and inspiration last weekend in Brisbane. As a beginner you helped so much make sense in a way my body seemed to understand yet will be a long time in digesting. I look forward to the process. I tend to agree that the calibre of a teacher is seen in the quality of his/her students. I am grateful for my teacher and meeting you has helped me to appreciate this axiom and clarify the standard I choose to patiently aspire to. Thank you.

  • #27

    Regine Striewski-Jäger (Saturday, 26 May 2012 00:57)

    Dear Jin,
    attending your workshop today in Munich and hearing about new articles on your website made me curious.
    Thank you very much for your teaching and all your good humour and your ability to give all your knowing of the Art of Taijiquan to us!
    Especially your Taiji journey impressed me so much!
    Greetings from Munich, Germany, Regine Striewski-Jäger

  • #26

    Roland von Loefen (Wednesday, 15 February 2012 09:23)

    Thank you for your Hospitality, it is nice and greatful to be your Student.

  • #25

    Paul Grant (Thursday, 02 February 2012 01:11)

    Greetings from Ireland :)

    I had the honour of taking part in some of the workshops that you held here. You are the best teacher I have ever met and I hope to be able to train with you in the future.

    Love the website. It is very inspiring. May the chi be with you, always. :)

  • #24

    Jacqueline Ansem (Thursday, 05 January 2012 20:27)

    I want to say how nice it is to look of the pictures of the 100 Huang anniversary. Give a nice view of the Huang/ yang stile family. See you in a week. I am looking forwards. greetings

  • #23

    Marit Landsend (Monday, 19 December 2011 21:42)

    Hello, Jin!
    Thank you for a very beautiful home-page, which really made me sing..
    Here in the darkest north part of the planet, I needed this inspirating light just today!
    I wish you and wife and sons a Merry christmas and a surprising New Year.
    Marit in the darkness

  • #22

    Sven Pflieger (Friday, 16 December 2011 13:54)

    Hi Jin,
    greetings and a lovely Christmas time from Sven and Family, Germany.
    See you,...

  • #21

    Mogens Lehmkuihl Hansen (Friday, 24 December 2010 15:02)

    Hi Wee Kee Jin
    Christmas greeting from Randers, Denmark
    I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Many thanks for an inspiring teaching Taiji. I look forward to meeting you again in 2011

    Sincerely,
    Mogens Hansen Lehmkuhl
    Taijiquan Randers Denmark

  • #20

    Marcus (Friday, 22 October 2010 18:40)

    thank you

  • #19

    kenny (Monday, 12 July 2010 14:04)

    hi jin this is kenny in greece originaly in norwich hope to catch up soon let me now if you intend to do somyhing in lithuiania as is close all the best kenny

  • #18

    oli (Monday, 21 June 2010 15:16)

    Hello Master Jin, as asked before: is there any RSS feed available? This would help to keep informed about changes.

    Thanks & best regards from Munich,

    oli

  • #17

    Nishad (Monday, 01 March 2010 01:45)

    Master Jin,

    Great new website. Is there any RSS feed for the blog?

    All the best!
    Nishad

  • #16

    Bob Honiball (Tuesday, 02 February 2010 15:17)

    Hi Jin
    Hope your well. Really like the new web site. Looking forward to seeing you in Lithuania again soon.

    Can you please include our school in your Links under Schools and Organisations directly associated with Wee Kee-Jin.

    Bob Honiball “School of Central Equilibrium Lithuania”. Formally from the UK Bob now lives in Lithuania teaching Taiji and Fujian White Crane. Bob is responsible for organising seminars in Lithuania. In 2002 Bob was given license to teach by Wee Kee Jin.
    E-mail: bob.honiball@googlemail.com
    Web Site: bob.honiball.lt

    Sorting out our web site and will put a link into our web site very soon for you. Thanks.
    Best wishes.
    Bob

  • #15

    John & Samantha (Saturday, 09 January 2010 21:27)

    Dear Jin & Janice,

    Thank you for your hospitality to us last Sunday and your tips on Taichi for John. We appreciate your friendship and love in our Ultimate Master of Life. Thanks !!!

    Well done, I really like your website: simple in form and profound in wisdom.

  • #14

    John Linney (Prasannaira) (Saturday, 05 December 2009 23:03)

    Dear Jin and all involved in this site, looks great - clean, simple, straightforward, attractive and effective. I have a website www.taichilondon.co.uk for classes in London, UK if you want to include it on the links page. Many thanks & look forward to seeing you in April!

  • #13

    Anneke van der Loos (Sunday, 15 November 2009 19:21)

    Dear Jin, such a good and wide information about the way you teach us about tai chi and especially too Mr Huang: so easy to see, but knowing such a long but nice way to approach. Thanks!

  • #12

    Honae Lee (Saturday, 31 October 2009 05:54)

    Jin, you've really done a great job! You're one who gives freely and gets a full life in return.
    Thank you so very much!

    One of Your Best friend!

  • #11

    Lee Yuh Chin (Friday, 30 October 2009 11:59)

    Congratulations to my Dearest teacher! Take good care!

  • #10

    Roderik Schoorlemmer (Saturday, 17 October 2009 22:18)

    Nice looking website. I made an linkedin page on you so that your students can stay in touch.:
    http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1915414&trk=hb_side_g

    but your site is more nice

    Regards Roderik

  • #9

    Mark Lee (Pin) (Tuesday, 13 October 2009 10:51)

    Very refreshing indeed! Please keep adding new videos. I should help help you to put up Chinese and Japanese pages. Congrats!

  • #8

    Tan Keng Huat (Monday, 12th October 2009) (Monday, 12 October 2009 16:38)

    Wow! Very interesting, keep it going, doing a great job spreading taijiquan to the rest of the world. Congratulation!

  • #7

    Jimi Ooi (Saturday, 10 October 2009 06:32)

    Good website, enjoyed watching the video clips

  • #6

    Philip Unger (Sunday, 04 October 2009 17:18)

    Congratulations, Jin, your new website looks fine with an easy way to approach more information. Best wishes, Philip.

  • #5

    allan cunningham (Saturday, 03 October 2009 12:27)

    love the site jin new vids allways good take care

  • #4

    Herbert Winter (Friday, 02 October 2009 23:25)

    It's a lot of info!

  • #3

    Janice Siah (Tuesday, 05 May 2009 11:20)

    Greetings from Home...

  • #2

    Herbert Langsteiner (Tuesday, 05 May 2009 11:19)

    Well done!!!

  • #1

    Paul Renall (Tuesday, 05 May 2009 11:18)

    Really nice page, Jin!