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about Dr. Paul Lee


1995  Doctor of Chiropractic – Logan College of Chiropractic
1991  Bachelor of Science in Physical Education – Truman State University


1995  Licensed Chiropractor in Missouri
1996  Certified Emergency Medical Technician in Missouri
1996  Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician
1999  Board Certified Acupuncturist in Missouri
2005  Gold Medal in Sparring & Silver Medal in Form
     Wu Hsing Chuan Five Animal 25th Anniversary Tournament in St Louis, MO
2008  Medals in Lion Dance Competition
     1st World Top Kung Fu Championship in Hong Kong
2013  Master Demonstration
     5th International Traditional Kung Fu Association in Concord, CA
2013 Featured in Nov/Dec issue of Kung Fu Tai chi Magazine
2014  Gold Medal in Empty Hand Form & Gold Medal in Long Weapon Form
     22nd UC Berkeley Chinese Martial Arts Tournament, Berkeley, CA


Missouri State Chiropractic Association
American Chiropractic Association Sports Council
Board Member in the City of St. Louis Health Department
International Chiu Chi Ling Hung Ga Kung Fu Association


2012 – now    Lion Dance with sifu Wan Kin On in Hong Kong
2008 – now   Hung Ga Gong Fu with Sifu Chiu Chi Ling in San Francisco, CA
2010 – now   Director & Instructor of International Shaolin Wushu Center
2010 – 2012   Shaolin Chuan and weapon with Sifu Yan Xue
2007 – 2010  Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan and Chi Gong with Sifu Goretti Lim
2004 – 2007  Hung Ga Gong Fu & Lion Dance with Sifu Wayne Judge
2001 – 2004  Chen Style Taiji Chuan and Chi Gong with Sifu Justin Meehan


Speak fluently in Cantonese Chinese and Vietnamese
Speak minimally in Mandarin Chinese

Sam Lin

about Professor Shuhan (Sam) Lin

Professor Shuhan Lin began practice Southern Shaolin kung fu at a very young age. From 1968 to 1989, he learned Tai Chi, Lingyi, Bagu, and other Fu style kung fu from sifu Xu Qin Shen in China. Sifu Xu was a student of grand master Fu Zheng song. In 1989, Professor Lin came to the United States to work for University of Missouri – St Louis (UMSL) in the physics department. In 1992, He and Dr. Ginger (Xinsheng Jiang) opened the first Chinese herbal medicine pharmacy and clinic (Oriental Ginseng and Gifts) in St Louis. Professor Lin learned his Chinese medicine from his father and grandfather in his home town, Chaozhou, China. He has been teaching Tai chi outside his herbal medicine clinic from 1992 until 2011 when he sold the clinic. He also taught the Tai Chi Group in UMSL from 2002 until 2011 when he retired from the university. Professor Lin participated regularly in the local Tai Chi events such as world Taiji Day and Multiculture Awareness Day. He also can read, write, and speak proficiently in Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese dialect.

  • International Shaolin Wushu Center
    10443 Breckenridge Rd
    St Ann, MO 63074

    中文 (314) 603-2328
    English (314) 308-3683