2017年起，我開始發展《3C形意拳》計畫，古老的形意拳在於捕捉動物的行為與特性；而《3C形意拳》則是一套以開源協作的內家拳法，邀請不同的個體、社群一起共同研發新的武術，與數位環境學習共生。3C 泛指電腦（Computer）、通訊、溝通（Communication）和消費性電子產品（ Consumer Electronics）。通過身體動作和心神領會，轉換我們與日常生活技術物的認知經驗與關係。
About 3C Xing Yi Quan #3CXYQ
The process of practicing martial arts in Taipei parks has provided some insights for me on the prevailing progression of intellectual property in modern civilization. In today’s society, knowledge learning is often dependent on consumption-based economic models, but the tai-chi collective I participate in is centered on knowledge sharing as a core, and health as a common purpose. The transmission of knowledge does not involve monetary transactions. There is an “open source” attitude toward the practice of craft and experience sharing. In this collective, the schools of martial arts practice are varied and flexible; tai-chi approaches from Chen style, Yang style, Shaolin, Wudang, Emei.tai-chi methods are amalgamated, often subverting tradition with innovation, and retains connection to the locality through oral instruction. Martial arts movements originate in the physical motions of farm labor, while the spiritual core of tai-chi practice is a symbiosis with nature, and transformation through intention. Everyone is encouraged to continue to change, store, eliminate, or replicate according to their experience and understanding of their own bodies to tailor a method that suits them.
I’ve been developing the “3C Xing Yi Quan” project since 2017. The ancient martial art form of Xing Yi (literally “form-intention”) captures animal behaviors and characteristics; and “3C Xing Yi Quan” is a new style of internal-style martial art developed in symbiosis with learning in a digital environment through open-source collaboration with various invited individuals and communities. The term 3C here refers to computer, communication, and consumer electronics. Our cognitive experiences and relationships with quotidian technological objects are transformed through physical movement and mindful comprehension.
Today the connection that humans have with technology has evolved beyond a user-object relationship, and this development is not encompassed by the existing discussions on the human re-emerging as cyborg. As a response, 3C Xing Yi Quan reinterprets the concepts of Tai Chi, creating collective experiences in order to understand today’s connections between “form and meaning” (following from the literal meaning of Xing Yi: "form-intention".) Through a process of learning symbiotically, we can come to terms with the technological reality in which we live.