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Pon and Liu they are connected. For example, this is Pon framing Liu. Carry. Frame, carry. Frame, carry. Frame and carry. The other side. Frame, carry. Frame is like outside block. Carry is like inside block. You see that. Frame, carry. And look at my hand it is always right here. Frame. Carry. It can go this way, it can go that way. So I am going to have my assistant to show you how to to do it. Now like I said pon and liu. Pon. Liu. Pon. Liu. Pon. Liu. Liu means carry it in. Carry my hands inward and my body will follow to that direction. Now look at this Pon, stop right here. Carry. Now watch the hand, it goes straight to the eyes. It goes straight to the eyes. One more time, pon, in. Actually there are two types. He was using the thumb but later on he can simply carry that hand in. That brushing my hand inward, brushing the hands inward. Take a look like this. So again, pon, liu. This technique will conclude this session of Liu. And let us move on to Ji. Ji means push.
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