This was my first exposure to Wu. It is a quick yet complicated introduction to the open hand style. It is fast, fluid, dynamic and invigorating. It also can be very flourished. I fell in love with it as soon as I started doing it. Its complexities can be simplified and its simplicity varied and powerfull. The momentum that one can build through the spirals of the movements are astounding. There is so much to be said about the power behind the movements. The second, I learned this form, I wanted to learn Wu, my whole life. However, there are so few teacher that teach the Wu style. Ma Yueh Liang, and Jimmy Chan and Masters of this form and they can be found in Canada, and Germany.