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Lin Chih-Young

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Grand Master Lin Chih-Young was born in 1935 in Nanking, Mainland China. His family relocated to Taiwan, Republic of China in 1948. He graduated with a degree in history from Tung-Hai University; his specialty was Chinese Philosophy and its influence in Chinese culture. Master Lin served in the Iron Guard Troop, a cadre of military police responsible for presidential security. Master Lin has followed many Great Grand Masters and has served as assistant instructor to many of them. He is dedicated to passing on the teachings which were given to him, and is always willing to take on new students.....
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