Grandmaster Wang De Ming 王德明
Master Wang Deming has 43 years of martial arts experience since beginning his practice at the tender age of 9. Master Wang is a renown disciple of the following distinguished martial arts grandmasters: Pan Zhiyuan (disciple of Wang Jiwu and Zhang Xiangzhai) in Xing Yi Quan, Sun Zhijun in Cheng Style Ba Gua Zhang, Liu Gaoming in Yang style Tai Chi Chuan, the famous Qi Mouye in Cha Quan, and the illustrious teachers Xie Zhikui and Song Zhiping in Hua Quan.
During his career with the Capital Sports Institute, Master Wang has groomed a batch of excellent coaches and athletes, such as:
As a team member representing both the Beijing Wushu and National Wushu Representative Teams, he participated in the National Traditional Martial Arts Tournament and the 1st and 2nd International Traditional Martial Arts Tournaments respectively. As a competitor, he won first prize in the following events: Xing Yi Quan, Ba Gua Zhang and Ba Gua Broadsword.
Master Wang has also been teaching Chinese martial arts for 32 years. Under his guidance, he led the Capital Institute of Physical Education Team to win the top 3 prizes for 10 consecutive years not only at the Beijing Municipal Tournament, but also at the National Institute of Physical Education Wushu Tournament, the National 2nd Division Tournament and the National Traditional Martial Arts Tournament.
Since 1999, Master Wang has been coaching the Chaoyang District Youth and Children Activity Center martial arts team. Between 2000 and 2008, his team competed successfully in the Beijing Municipal Wushu Tournament, the Primary and Secondary Schools Wushu Tournament organized by the Beijing Municipal Education, the National Traditional Martial Arts Tournament and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd World Traditional Wushu Competitions held in the years 2004, 2006 and 2008 respectively, In March 2008, the team achieved good results by winning 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes Hong Kong International Wushu Invitational Tournament.
Grandmaster Wang De Ming's Credentials
Wang Deming, senior teacher, 7th grade in Chinese Wushu, graduated in 1982 from the Capital Institute of Physical Education specialising in martial arts.
Deputy Secretary-General of the Beijing Wushu Association.
Former Vice-President of the Beijing Wushu Association’s Xing Yi Quan Research Association.
Technical Adviser of the Beijing Wushu Association’s Ba Gua Zhang Research Association of the Beijing Wushu Association.
Outstanding Teacher Award from Beijing City.
Head of the Beijing Advanced Academic Core Teachers.
Outstanding Advanced Personal Coach of the Beijing Extramural Education.
Renowned Teacher of the People’s Republic of China Youth and Children Extramural Education.
From 1982 to 1999: Professional Lecturer and Coach of the Wushu Representative Team of the Capital Institute of Physical Education Lecturer professional martial arts; Professional Martial Arts Coach of the Sports School.
May 1999 till Present: Martial Arts Coach of the Chaoyang District Youth and Children Activity Center.
WUSHU TRAINING HISTORY
1964 Began learning Cha Quan since young with Yuan Jing Shu , Xing Bao Ren, and Qi Mou Ye respectively. 1973 Became disciple of Xing Yi Quan teacher Pan Zhi Yuan, who was the top disciple of Wang Ji Wu and Zhang Xiang Zhai. Master Wang received full transmission of the entire system. 1975 Became disciple of Hua Quan Great Master Xie Zhi Kui. Also studied diligently under Teacher Song Zhi Ping's meticulous personal instruction in the art of Jiu Gong Long Xing Jian (Nine Heavens Dragon Sword). 1980 Master Wang's teacher led him to become disciple of 4th generation Gatekeeper of Cheng Style Ba Gua Zhang Grandmaster Sun Zhi Jun. Mater Wang obtained full transmission of the art from Grandmaster Sun. 1984 Became disciple of Yang Style Tai Ji Quan Great Grandmaster Cui Yi Shi's top disciple Master Liu Gao Ming.
1974 Chang Quan Overall Category - 2nd Prize, A Group - 1st Prize, Sanda (free sparring) 63 Kg Category - 1st Prize. 1984-85 Xing Yi Quan - 1st Prize. 2001 Ba Gua Quan and Ba Gua Dao (Scimitar) - 1st Prize. 2004 First International Traditional Martial Arts Competitions Ba Gua Quan and Ba Gua Dao - 1st Prize.