Zhou Zhan Fang is a coach at the (Wu style Taichichuan) Chian Chuan Society (where Ma Yueh Liang and Wu Ying Hua instructed). Zhou Zhan Fang teaches Wu style Taichichuan in Shanghai. He can be reached indirectly through the chiflow website.
Cheng Jie Feng is a teacher in the Jiang Rong Qiao system - and other things. He has an almost encyclopedic knowledge of forms from many styles. Cheng Jie Feng is a kung fu adept with a natural gift. He can be reached indirectly through the chiflow website.
Tom Bisio teaches in New York City (www.tombisio.com). Tom Bisio has a powerful and connected Xingyiquan. He has recently returned to teaching Liang Chen Pu Ba Gua Zhang. His interests have been mostly involved with Chinese traditional medicine.
Andrea Falk teaches in Montreal, Canada and runs the The Wushu Centre: (www.thewushucentre.ca) website. Gerald Sharp and Andrea Falk first met in Shanghai. Both of them have studied with Cheng Jie Feng. Andrea Falk's interest seems to have shifted to Chen style T'ai Chi Ch'uan at about the time that Gerald Sharp's interest shifted from Chen style to Wu style because of his experience with Grandmaster Ma Yueh Liang. Andrea has translated into English and published a number of our favorite internal kung fu texts. A number of links are available on her website as well as an assortment of merchandise.
Joseph Crandall is located in California and operates the Smiling Tiger Website. Joe Crandall has translated a large number of Chinese kung fu texts into English and most of them are available through his site.
Ma Jiang Bao is located in the Netherlands and his Association is the European Wu Style Association. Schools within this group can be found linked on this website. He is the son of Ma Yueh Liang and Wu Ying Hua. He has recently published a hard cover book on the Wu Style long form.
Zhuang Yun is located in Pittsburgh and he leads the North American Northern Wu Style (Yin Cheng Gong Fa) Association which includes a number of Northern Wu style schools. This group practices Xingyiquan and Baguazhang in addition to Taijiquan. Zhang Yun also has authored a book on Chinese Swordsmanship.