Tai Pei Kun
Tai Pei Kun is a Chinese form, or Kata, that has it's origins in martial arts and Buddhist disciplines. The form both prepares the physical and the emotional body for long term efforts and simultaneously repeats Buddhist esoteric symbolism in movement.|background=The Tai Pei Kun (Tai Pei Qun) originated in Khorzhak Monastery. It migrated to Mainland China in the 19th century. At the 20th century it's only surviving custodians were the Alam family in Macau. The Taipei Kun form transfered from Sifu Alam to Nir Unger at the end of the 20th century and is now integrated into the advanced practice of Akban veterans.