Recommended Sites : 提供的網頁
For more martial arts resources, you might also want to check out these sites.
- Practical Tai Chi Chuan International - Dan Docherty (唐戚達師傅)
- Three Treasures Tai Chi School - Godfrey Dornelly
- Shadowhand Taijiquan - Carl Burgess
- Tai Chi in Denmark - Torben Rif (托本師傅)
- Tai Chi in Sweden - Paul Silfverstrale (保羅師傅)
- Tai Chi in Sweden - Mark To (陶駿威師傅)
- Tai Chi in France - Ladan Niayesh
- Cloud Dragon School of Tai Chi Chuan - Andrew Harris
- Silat Suffian Bela Diri - Maul Mornie
- Silat Suffian Training Group (Hong Kong)
- FMA-China (菲律濱武術) - Martin Granberg
- Freedom Fighting Arts (South Africa) - Hans Menck
- Modern Arnis in Russia - Alexander Pisarkin
- Tai - Kick Boxing Club - Tai Evan
Equipment : 裝備
- Norm's Training Blades - Chris Thompson
- Realistic Sparring Weapons (擬真兵器) - Lancelot Chan Ying Chih (陳盈至)
Book Resources : 書店
Learning Cantonese: 學廣東話
- Elementary Cantonese, Volumes 1 & 2 by Sidney Lau
- Intermediate Cantonese, Volumes 1 & 2 by Sidney Lau
- Advanced Cantonese, Volumes 1 & 2 by Sidney Lau
- A Practical Cantonese-English Dictionary by Sidney Lau (實用粵英詞典-劉錫詳編著)
- Sidney Lau Romanisation (劉錫詳拼音)
- Cantonese Lessons in London and more resources.
The most comprehensive books are the ones written by Sidney Lau. There are a total of 6 thick books in this series: Although they are a bit dated (1970's), the grammatical explanations are very thorough and clear with a lot of dialogues and drills for practice. All Cantonese text is given in both romanization and Chinese characters (indispensable when getting help from a native speaker). They are widely available in bookstores in Hong Kong but maybe difficult to locate elsewhere.
If you are having difficulty getting hold of these books, let me know and I may be able to source them for you in HK and ship them out to you.