Master Helen Wu was born in Shanghai, China in 1956. She began her training in the martial arts when she was 3 years old, studying under both her grandfather, legendary martial artist Grandmaster Wang Zi Ping and her mother, Grandmaster (Professor) Wang Ju Rong. She became an expert in all the major styles of Kung Fu and Tai Chi.
In 1982, Master Wu graduated from the Department of Physical Education, Shanghai Teachers University and remained as a teacher of sports medicine.
She also studied and practised healing under the direction of her father, Dr. Wu Chengde. She has authored more than twenty articles, and has published five books on subjects including Tai Chi, Wushu and traumatology. Master Wu now teaches Tai Chi credit courses at the School of Kinesiology and Health Science at York University in Toronto, Canada.
Master Simon Hu was born in Shanghai in 1956. He began his training in the martial arts when he was 12 years old, studying under both legendary martial artist Grandmaster Wang Zi Ping (1881~1973), and Grandmaster (Professor) Wang Ju Rong. He was also trained by eminent Chinese Tai Chi Masters, such as Master Gu Liu-Xin and Master He Bin-Quan.
He has had 30 years of teaching experience, and has become an expert in all the major styles of Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Kung Fu.