Peter Warr - A Lifetime's Involvement in Chinese Martial Arts
Peter Warr has been training in and teaching Chinese Martial Arts for nearly 40 years. Peter's Chinese father-in-law, with whom he studied the family systems of Kung Fu and Taijiquan for 16 years, introduced Peter to the arts. In 1980 Peter formed his own Federation, the Wu Kung Federation.
Peter joined the Governing Body, the British Council for Chinese Martial Arts (BCCMA), in the early-1980's. Peter was elected to the role of Treasurer of the BCCMA in 1986, to Vice-Chairman in 1995 and to Director of Taolu in 1999. Peter has recently been re-elected to the role of BCCMA Vice-Chairman.
In 1985 Peter met Master Jifu Huang. Peter's role in Chinese Martial Arts was enhanced after training with Master Huang. In 1987 Master Huang introduced Peter to his Master, Grand Master Chen Yuhe, from the famous Nanjing Academy in China. Grand Master Chen Yuhe accepted Peter as his disciple (his adopted son).
In 1988 Grand Master Chen Yuhe asked Peter to study in China with his older brothers. Whilst in China,...
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