Master Randy K. Li
Born and raised in Macau, Master Li had the opportunity of learning many styles of martial
arts from different famous masters starting at a very young age. Aside from Wing Chun (Ving
Tsun) and Yang Taiji, Master Li has studied other styles of Taiji, Kung Fu, Hung Sing Choy
Li Fut, Qigong, and Karate. After completing his high school education, he attended college
in the United States and obtained his B.S. in Business Administration and Operations
Management, as well as an M.B.A. with Finance and Marketing emphases.
Master Li studied Buddhist Qigong briefly and decided to focus on the training of Taoist
Qigong, especially, in the Congenital One Element Qigong. He is skillful in Qigong healing
and Fung Sui (Feng Shui) and is the Honorary Advisor to the Society Fung Sui Cheong Shong Ming
Lei of Macau since 1992.
Master Li teaches Wing Chun, Taiji, and Qigong, and has been the Taiji and Kung Fu teacher at
the Chinese School of Greater Kansas City since 1992. He is also Vice President the U.S.A.W.K.F.
(United States of America Wushu Kung Fu Federation), President of the U.S.A. National Traditional
Wushu Federation, Honorary President of the Hong Kong Martial Arts Association, and Vice President
of the U.S.A. National Tai Chi Chuan Association. Master Li is internationally ranked as an 8th
degree black belt.
An Interview with Qigong Great, Master Randy K. Li.