This blog was created and for use by the Kepong CSCQ Practitioners as a virtual community centre. Comments concerning the Kepong Station can be posted here. Notices of whatever nature concerning Kepong Station will also be posted here as well. Your participation and feedback are welcome. Let us together strive for improvements of health both physically and mentally.

Friday, March 31, 2006

More Photos for 30-03-2006

Madam Chin Ah Ying & Kelvin Lai
Lim Chin Tek & Chia Kheat Sing Chin Kok Kong & Christopher Loh

Thursday, March 30, 2006

More Photos on March Birthday Celebration

The photographs in this post and the previous post are all taken by Mr. CK Yap using his faithful Olympus digital camera at resolution of 1280 x 960.

Some Photos of the March Birthday Celebration

Lim Kwee Hong, Tan Cheong Bin & Molly Chung
Catherine Wong & Jimmy Chew
Chin Kok Kong & Yap Chee Keong
Fong Poh Choo, Chan Sing Kah, Wong Kim Swee & Kelvin Lai
Mariah Bt Md. Arof & James Yap AL

Molly Chung, Ng Sin Lok & Tan Cheong Bin

Sunday, March 26, 2006

Back to Basic

What is China Soaring Crane Qigong (CSCQ)?

CSCQ is the phase 1 of PIQ (Precreation Integral Qigong). CSCQ is mainly kinetic in nature and made up of the following components:-

(1) The 5 Routines (Foundation)
(2) The Remedial Routines
(3) Crane Walking Steps (Entry)
(4) Standing Meditation
(5) Wisdom Tapping & Sight Improvement Routines

For the batch who joined us last October (batch 0519), the 5 routines and the remedial routines are almost completed. What are pending for them are the mental focus for the 3rd, 4th and 5th routines and their associated explanations. After which, there will be many weeks of revisions and movement tunings before they are taught the Standing Meditation.

What is standing meditation? We will do a slide presentation to explain it when the time is ripe. The explanations may span over few nights. It is never our intention to do too much explanations within too short a period as the capability to understand varies from person to person.

What are the requirement and conditions for standing meditation (SM)? We list them as below:-
i. Understand the positions of the Acupoints and Channels correctly.
ii. Understand how to use the “Remedy Routines”.
iii. Know precisely the control of mental thought (imaging).
iv. Be familiar with the 13 Rules & Regulations set by the China Soaring Crane Qigong Association (we have shown this to you before and there will be revision on this)
v. Understand the words: “Hao Liao Qi Gui Dan Tian” (we will tell you what they are before you do SM).
iv. 17 instructions for the Standing Meditation (we will tell you what they are before you do SM).

Please be reminded that those who are suffering from various mental sicknesses, especially mental disorder or hereditary mental illness are not advised to take up this practice (SM). In order to qualify for this training, the trainee should have practiced the “5 Routine” at least 50 hours or above. This is to prevent anything going astray so as to safeguard the interest of both the practitioners and CSCQ. A simple test may be conducted before you do SM.

Now appear the question of how to ensure that you have at least 50 hours of practice of the 5 routine. A very positive , safe and sure way is to obtain them from the attendence that you have marked. Our practice is for each time that you present, we consider that you make 1 hour. Please remember to mark your attendance everytime you attend.

You are also not advised to do SM on your own without the prior consent of the trainer.

From our estimation and the way things go, the batch 0510 will be able to do SM in about 3 months' time.

What is more important? To learn Qigong or to practice Qigong? In our opinion, the later is more important. You only will be able to benefit through the practice of Qigong. Of course, you will have to learned it correctly before you can practice effectively. It is quite disheartening to note that more than 60% of practitioners (hope this word can still be used to describe them) left the station after they joined. Some left berfore the completion of the basic course - phase 1. Some left after they felt that there is nothing more to learn. Others may have other reasons such as "no time lah", "not effective lah". Whatever the reason may be, we do hope that they continue to practice it on their own. Please note that the more you practice, the more benefit you reap. The less you practice, the less benefit you reap. You will not benefit if you do not practice.

Well , the important thing is the practice. The benefit of group practice can be up to 7 times as effective as you practice alone. Do come to the station and practice even though you feel that there is nothing else to learn. Qigong is a vast and deep topic and one can never finish learning it.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Malaysia Largest Health Clinic - Some Photos

Finally, a few photos were uploaded successfully after numerous attempts.
To view more photos, please visit the sites set up by Jimmy. Those sites are excellent with numerous well taken photos very much better than the 3 shown here. One of the links is:-
This link starts with a well written description of the said event.
Camera: Umax
Resolution: 1024 x 768

This last photo was taken by CK Yap using his Oylumpus digital camera. Guess who are in the picture?
Resolution: 1280 x 960

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Malaysian Book of Records 19-03-2006

This activity was successful held with 2,421 participants - its a Malaysian Record. The CSCQ group was easily the biggest with more than 200 participants. Attached herewith are some photos:-

(Problems encountered. Will upload photos later)

Jimmy has put up lots of Photos at Those photos are well taken and not to be missed. A must visit and see. Good works, Jimmy.

There is thus no need for any photos to be put up at this blog as problems are always encountered during uploading in this blog.

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Birthday Celebration for Practitioners Born in March

The date for March birthday celebration has been changed to 30-03-2006 (Thursday).

The following practitioners are born in March:-
Kong Chew Seng (江钊成), Ng Ah Gaik, Angie (黄雅玉), Chee Kok Fah (朱国华), Wan Siew Chuen (尹秀娟), Lee Chee Ling, Elaine (李智玲), Yuen Sau Lan (袁秀兰), Chung Ah Mooi, Molly (曾雅媚), Tan Cheong Bin (陈聪敏), Ng Sin Lok (伍燊禄)

Please inform the station should there be any mistake or omission.

Activity on The Malaysian Book of Record this Sunday 19-03-2006

Participants going by bus are to assemble at our Kepong Station not later than 6:15 a.m. on Sunday, 19-03-2006. The bus shall leave not later than 6:15 a.m.

4 male volunteers are needed to assist in the carrying of food and drinks.

Participants are to wear the new type of uniform and with white socks.

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

2006 Mid-Autumn (Mooncake) Festival 中秋节

As you already know, this year's Mid-Autumn Festival shall be held at our Kepong Station. The following are some of the tentative programme:-

1. Talk on how to make good Chinese tea - by Mr. Ki Tak Su
2. Dance performance - by Madam Tan Cheong Bin
3. Magic show for kids - by Mr. Yap Chee Keong
4. Games for children.
5. Games for adults (eg. bread catching)
6. Video presentation
7. Souvinir for All
8. Others (please suggest)

If any of you have any idea or suggestion, please do feel free to contact the Station Master Mr. SK Chan or the Chairman of the organising committee, Mr. Yap Chee Keong.

Sunday, March 05, 2006

先天混元养生法的特点 The Specials of PIQ (Precreation Integral Qigong)

(Place morality at the forefront.)

1. 动作简单,易学易练; (Simple movements, easy to learn and practice)
2. 动静相兼,调养相依; (Combination of kinetic & static & curative effects)
3. 疏通经络快,激发潜能快; (Quick in removing blockages and exploit potentials)
4. 治病健身快,延缓衰老强; (Quick in curing and promoting health, slow down the process of aging)
5. 全身性活动,安全且可靠。 (Exercise entire body, safe and reliable)

Photos Site Set Up By Jimmy & Eric

This is to inform that a website showing photographs related to the activities of our Kepong Station has been set up by Jimmy & Eric.

The address is It has been included as one of the links of this blog. It is a greate site not only with still photographs but complete with videos as well.

Pleas visit this site.

Friday, March 03, 2006

Location Map of MPAJ

MPAJ stands for Majlis Perbandaran Ampang Jaya and it is situated at Pandan Indah