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Daniel Hyde (
Date:Wed 12 Jan 2011 11:44:34 AM EST
Subject:a link about per henrik ling

hey guys what's up I think you'd enjoy this or might like to use it for a class or something just thought it was cool so I'm sharing... tui na all the way =)

Here's a link I found about ling and the writer put's it in a good light I thought you'd be able to see eye to eye with.


colette (
Date:Wed 05 Jan 2011 02:53:48 PM EST
Subject:Yin/Yang Thesis

Hi Tony, just read and totally enjoyed your Yin/Yang thesis. Thanks for sharing, makes me think more about getting balanced. I'm on the way thanks to you. Really like this website and would like to join the club. Looking forward to tuina. colette


Dan (
Date:Thu 23 Dec 2010 03:16:47 PM EST

always like lookin up this site every once in a while... good times thx Tony for all the great guidance and helping us people see things just a little differently


marlon trespeces (
Date:Sat 04 Dec 2010 01:16:51 AM EST
Subject:U da Man

I've learned so much from you these last 2 years at PCOM, i just wanted to say thanks for all your help and i look forward to continue my education as a massage therapist through the asian body club, as your insightful thoughts on yin and yang, especially those hilarious rants on the yin-ski's!!!!
peace out,


Rod Upward (
Date:Fri 15 Jan 2010 12:59:29 AM EST
Subject:The Yin Yang Thesis

I just finished reading the Yin / Yang thesis. What a great read, an interesting subject with useful relevance to the modern condition.

Good on you mate!

Rod Upward


Rod Upward (
Date:Fri 15 Jan 2010 12:46:25 AM EST
Subject:Referral to Tony Zaynor

Hi Tony,

I sent you a communication the other day, but, must not have saved it properly.

Anyway, I have been chatting with a guy recently from the US who has studied the Tau Men Chuan with another of Mr Chins students and, based on that conversation - I have referred him to you. (His name is Mike Murphy and he comes from a background of a mixture of external and internal martial arts.) I referred him to you because I am confident that he would benefit from studying the 'soft' approach that you have acquired from Tao Laoshr. He sounds like a nice guy with the right attitude, but, simply lacking some one who can provide him with the appropriate training. I don't know anyone in the US that I can confidently recommend him to - reputation does not necessarily equal reality - so I referred him to you.

Briefly, I am currently preparing for a career as a lawyer and have two more kids. My eldest daughter, Vicki, is now 26 and living with her boyfriend in Melbourne. Angel found God and we divorced not long after that - in 1998 - She is now happily re-married and living in San Diego which I am glad about.

I continue to train 1 - 2 hours each day and only teach my ten year old son.

It is great to read about your activities in Chicago and I add my congratulations to the list of others on your PhD.


Rod Upward


martha.sue pinea (
Date:Sun 15 Nov 2009 03:50:01 PM EST

Congratulations Tony on the completion of your doctorate degree! I couldn't let the day go by without sending my best wishes! --Martha Sue


Alexa Arnold (
Date:Wed 09 Sep 2009 03:14:21 PM EDT
Subject:New Student

Thank you for such a warm welcome! I am excited and honored to be part of this club.


Joanna Chen (
Date:Mon 30 Mar 2009 11:35:57 PM EDT
Subject:How are you? - A greeting from Taiwan

Hi Tony,
This is Joanna Chen from Taiwan, who had known you through Ms. Suzan Yu of Council for Cultural Affairs of Taiwan. By that time, you were the English Teach over there. We had gone to National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall together in Taipei. Hope you still remember me ?!! looking forward to hearing from you soon.


Erik Jonsson (
Date:Wed 25 Feb 2009 12:04:04 PM EST
Subject:almost forgotten friend

Hi Tony!
Remember me! I am the swede who belched like hell in the hallways of international house in Taibei.
it is a hundred years ago, but you might remember me still.


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