We were sad to learn of the passing of Sifu Lew. He was a teacher of Qi Gong. If you search this blog for his name you will find more information about him. Here is a brief bio taken from a workshop that he gave in 2008:
Share K. Lew, now in his nineties, is a Taoist priest with over 70 years
experience in the traditional Taoist arts. Master Lew received part of
his education at Wong Lung Kwan, a Taoist monastery on the Luo Fo
mountains near Canton, China.
Master Lew studied at Wong Lung Kwan
monastery for 13 years. During that time he trained in the full range of
Taoist healing and martial arts. At the core of his training was the
secret system of cultivation known as Qigong (Chi kung). Master Lew was
the first person to openly teach authentic Taoist Qigong to non-Chinese,
beginning in Los Angeles in 1970. Master Lew’s monastery style, the Tao
Ahn Pai (Taoist Elixir Style), dates back over 1300 years to Lu Dung
Bin, who was born during the Tang Dynasty, and became one of the Eight
Immortals of Taoism.
We offer our condolences to his wife and daughter.