About The Dean
Stephen Haochuan Lin
Stephen Haochuan Lin, the seventh stage of Chinese martial arts, the seventh-generation heir of 188-style old frame Taijiquan, worshipped under the disciple of Chinese folk martial arts master Bai Qingzhai, Master Li Hongyuan, and became the disciple of Master Li Hongyuan, majoring in internal family exercises. Uphold and promote Chinese traditional culture and spread Chinese martial arts.
He started to practice martial arts at the age of 20 and is now qualified as an Australian KWA licensed martial arts coach and an Australian KWA referee.
In 2017 and 2018, he participated in the China International Wushu Championship and China International Jingwu Wushu Competition for two consecutive years, as well as several domestic martial arts competitions in Australia. All individual entries were awarded medals.
1977 – Started to practice Shaolin Changquan, Hongquan, Wing Chunquan
2005 – Practice Chen Style Tai Chi
2010 – Practicing traditional Yang style 85-style Tai Chi
2012 – Practicing ancient 188 style Tai Chi
2017 – Obtained Australian Wushu and Taijiquan coach qualification certificate
Early 2019 – Obtained Chinese Wushu, Taijiquan 7-dandan certificate
Mid 2019 – Obtained the referee qualification certificate for Australian martial arts and Taijiquan routines