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Alex Feng is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, practicing traditional Chinese medicine in both California and New York. In the past, he served as the Chairman of the National Commission for Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Alex Feng was trained by his father, Dr. Wei Ren Feng, a well-known scholar and spiritual leader. At age eight, Alex Feng’s father placed him under the tutelage of a private Kung Fu instructor, Master Wong Jian An. At age twelve, he entered the Academy of Judo in Tainan, Taiwan. His numerous teachers include Master Guo Lian Ying, Professor Ray Law, Suchida Sensei, Tenkai Sensei, Wakabayashi Sensei, Myita Sensei, Kubo Sensei, Professor Wang Pei Kun, Keiko Fukuda Sensei, Wally Jay, and Gurumayi. Incorporating the principles of all his teachers, Dr. Feng has taken the path of cross-cultural martial arts and healing to serve humanity.
Alex Feng received a black belt at age nineteen in Judo and Jujitsu and now holds a second-degree black belt in Jujitsu and a fourth-degree in Judo. He started teaching internal and external systems of Kung Fu, Judo and Kodenkan Jujitsu in 1966. In 1967, he was the AJJF national heavyweight champion in Judo.
Wu Tao Kuan Martial Arts Institute opened in 1973 in Berkeley, where Dr. Feng continued to blend the uniqueness of Chinese and Japanese styles of Martial Arts and healing arts into the Wu Chien Pai system. In 2001, he opened Zhi Dao Guan - The Taoist Center, the first major center devoted to the Taoist Arts in the Bay Area. In addition to Wu Tao Kuan Martial Arts classes, he offers calligraphy and meditation classes.
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