Nei-kung 內功 — a profound way of transforming

As I explained in one of my prior posts, I stopped using the term 氣功 Qigong in describing my work with movement, and instead adopted the term 內功 Nei-kung that I became acquainted with during my time in Taiwan, studying Mandarin, Wing Chun and more there in the 1980s. In this particular prior post, I was trying to show that my switching of terms is not trivial linguistic nit-picking.