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The cane might be very simple, natural and plain; or be carved, painted or decorated.
This webpage will focus entirely on Taijiquan cane or walking stick arts, practices, history, and forms.
Taiji cane forms are typically performed slowly and deliberately.
I will lso continue to do research on the Taiji cane and walking stick, and make improvements to this Taiji Cane hypertext notebook.
I welcome suggestions, comments and information from readers about good resources, links, books, pamphlets, videos, DVDs, VCDs, schools, workshops, events, techniques, forms, etc.. Many "Thanks" to Master Thomas (Toma) Rosenzweig in Los Angeles for the information he sent to me on the short staff. A Note to Readers: The Cloud Hands Website has been online continuously since 2001.