Peng

Peng is a term for one of the types of powers found in the art of Tai chi chuan. It can be described as a feeling of expansion and as if trying to push a buoyant object into the water. there is a type of reistance to it.
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Peng

Upwardly directed force, e.g. to divert a push upwards.
Found on http://www.taichichuan.co.uk/news/nb_glossary_text.html

Peng

[mythology] Peng ({zh|s=鹏|t=鵬|p=péng|w=p`eng}) or Dapeng (大鵬) is a giant bird that transforms from a Kun ({zh|s=鲲|t=鯤|p= kūn|w=k`un}) giant fish in Chinese mythology. In comparative mythology of giant creatures, Peng is likened to the Roc or Garuda and Kun to the Leviathan. ==Names== The Chinese logographs for peng and kun exe...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peng_(mythology)

Peng

A drop shot that finds the net or allows an easy return winner for the opponent
Found on http://www.superglossary.com/Glossary/Entertainment/Tennis/
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