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All references in JTS should 

  • List references sequentially as superscripts, for example Reference1;
  • Papers are limited to 50 references.
  • All references should either be from recognized scientific journals, or a recognized electronic preprint agency. 
  • If there are no more than 5 authors, all authors should be mentioned. If there are more than 5 authors list the first author and add “et al.”
  • The name of the author starts with the surname followed by a comma, then the author’s initials.
  • Journal titles use italics, and the Title is exactly as that found in the Journal cited.
  • Book titles are written in italics. For books the name of the publisher is required, the name of the City in which the publisher resides is required (if available), and the year of publication.
  • Electronic journals are entered by providing the name of the authors, the title of the article and the name of the Journal, with either the DOI reference number, or the journals complete URL. This is then followed by the Volume Number (if available), then the year of publication.
  • Reference to other website sources should give the name of the author, the URL and the date accessed.
  • Volume numbers are written in bold.
  • Regarding the different writing methods of “Taiji”, “Taijiquan”, (Tai Chi, T’ai Chi) we will use the unified writing methods of UNESCO,1  the Olympic Games,2 the World Game3, and Republic of China, the official writing of “Taiji” and “Taijiqua

  1.  Inscribed in 2020 (15.COM) on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. https://ich.unesco.org/en/RL/taijiquan-00424
  2. International Olympic Committee (IOC) wushu including “Taijiquan”
  3. The World Games is an 11-day international multi-sport event organized with the support of the International Olympic Committee. Held the year following the Summer Olympic Games. “Taijiquan” https://twg2022.com/sports/wushu/