Chen Qingping or Ch'en Ch'ing-p'ing (1795–1868) was a 15th generation descendant and 7th generation master of the Chen Family . He was an influential martial artist and teacher of taijiquan (t'ai chi ch'uan). He was married to a woman from the Zhaobao village, only a few miles north east of the Chen Village (Chenjiagou); the home of the Chen Family famous for their martial arts.

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  • 陳 青萍(ちん せいへい、1795年 - 1868年)は、趙堡架太極拳の中国武術家。陳氏十五世。 清国河南省温県趙堡鎮の人。陳家溝の陳有本の甥。陳有本の太極拳を学び、趙堡鎮に移る。日々練習を重ね、新たな工夫を加えて、趙堡架太極拳を創造する。 弟子には、趙堡鎮の和兆元、張開や永年の武禹襄がいる。 (ja)
  • Chen Qingping or Ch'en Ch'ing-p'ing (1795–1868) was a 15th generation descendant and 7th generation master of the Chen Family . He was an influential martial artist and teacher of taijiquan (t'ai chi ch'uan). He was married to a woman from the Zhaobao village, only a few miles north east of the Chen Village (Chenjiagou); the home of the Chen Family famous for their martial arts. After moving to the Zhaobao Village, Chen Qingping learned Zhaobao taijiquan from Zhang Yan (张彦). He continued to develop the martial arts that were taught to him by a family elder Chen Youben (陳有本) (credited as the creator of the Chen Style Small Frame) alongside Zhaobao taijiquan. Chen Qingping later became famous in his own right and taught many Zhaobao taijiquan. His main disciple He Zhaoyuan passed on this art which later developed into He family Taijiquan. Another disciple Li Jingyan, created the Hulei style Taijiquan by combining his art with other martial arts popular in the local area where he lived. Chen Qingping, along with being credited with being a major influence in the development of the Zhaobao style, is also credited as one of the teachers of Wu Yuxiang who later developed the Wu/Hao style taijiquan, sometimes referred to as the "Scholar-style of Taijiquan". Wu Yuxiang was recommended to Chen Qingping by Wu Yuxiang's primary teacher, Yang Luchan. (en)
  • 趙堡太極拳第七代宗師(1795年-1868年)。中國河南省溫縣陳氏第十五世祖。趙堡太極拳第七代傳人,太學士。 (zh)
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  • 陳 青萍(ちん せいへい、1795年 - 1868年)は、趙堡架太極拳の中国武術家。陳氏十五世。 清国河南省温県趙堡鎮の人。陳家溝の陳有本の甥。陳有本の太極拳を学び、趙堡鎮に移る。日々練習を重ね、新たな工夫を加えて、趙堡架太極拳を創造する。 弟子には、趙堡鎮の和兆元、張開や永年の武禹襄がいる。 (ja)
  • 趙堡太極拳第七代宗師(1795年-1868年)。中國河南省溫縣陳氏第十五世祖。趙堡太極拳第七代傳人,太學士。 (zh)
  • Chen Qingping or Ch'en Ch'ing-p'ing (1795–1868) was a 15th generation descendant and 7th generation master of the Chen Family . He was an influential martial artist and teacher of taijiquan (t'ai chi ch'uan). He was married to a woman from the Zhaobao village, only a few miles north east of the Chen Village (Chenjiagou); the home of the Chen Family famous for their martial arts. (en)
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  • 陳清萍 (ja)
  • 陳清平 (zh)
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