Taijiquan—Cultivating Inner Strength (2013) Bagua Press ISBN-13: 978-0615874047
Seminar Presenter, Jun 2019
The 8th World Kungfu Championships Seminar, Emeishan, Sichuan, China.
Seminar Presenter, Nov 2017
The 7th World Kungfu Championships, Emeishan, Sichuan, China.
Keynote Speaker, 2017 Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Celebration, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Scientist of the Year 2016
(Awarded at the 17th World Congress on Qigong, Tai Chi and TCM)
Cover Feature, Spring 2016 Issue, Tai Chi Magazine
(2021) Science in Chinese Medicine, Life Res. 2021;4(1):74-79. doi:10.12032/life2021-0121-601.
(2019) Taijiquan’s Enigma, Life Research 2019 Vol 2 Issue (1):31-44
(2019) Is Taijiquan a martial art or a dance? Life Research 2019 Vol 2 Issue (1):48-51
(2018) Spinal Engine & Waist Power from Taijiquan Viewpoint, Journal Of Integrative
Medicine and Therapy.
http://www.avensonline.org/wp-content/uploads/JIMT-2378-1343-04-0014.pdf (In pdf file)
(2017) A Scientific Perspective of Neijin (Internal Strength), Int J Complement Alt Med 5(3): 00155. DOI: 10.15406/ijcam.2017.05.00155
(2016) Generating Body Strength Through Taijiquan Motion, Int J Complement Alt Med 3(3): 00076. DOI: 10.15406/ ijcam.2016.03.00076
(2016) The Central Status of the Dantian, Cover Feature, Tai Chi Magazine, Spring 2016
Position: Executive Vice-President, USA Wushu-Kungfu Association (USAWKF).
C.P. Ong is a 20th generation Chen Family Taijiquan lineage disciple of both Chen Xiaowang and Chen Zhenglei. He has also studied extensively with Zhu Tiancai.
He first began his Taiji studies in 1972 learning the Guang Ping Yang Style from Master Y.C. Chiang in Berkeley, CA. He is also a student of vipassana (insight) meditation and has attended several intensive meditation retreats in Buddhist monasteries in Yangon, Myanmar.
He received his Ph.D. in Mathematics from U.C. Berkeley in 1973.