Che is like a wheel spinning without end, Lulu is like a windlass circulating without stopping. They are called Fanche – Waterwheel, & Lulu – Windlass, when making use of it, a single hand is a pulley, & both hands complete the wheel. Wheel like a windlass, & add the “Fan – Overturning” character, Reversing, Coming, Returning, Going, endlessly falling on the head. Fanche & Lulu link using the hands of Beng – Collapsing, Za – Smashing, Nian – Adhereing, & Na – Grabbing, with Tie – Attaching & Kao – Leaning Interlocking with the pattern, the fists & elbows are mutually added, the knees & feet are also used, this becomes Tanglang Striking! Fanche far, & Tanglang near, Fanche disperses, & Tanglang closes. Actually, Fanche is not for long distance, but when comparing it to Tanglang it seems to be slightly longer distance, that is all. Fanche leaves nowhere to hide, Tanglang leaves nowhere to maneuver, to change according to the situation from head to foot is striking. These Short Strikes have wonderful conditions, the pinnacle of Hand Methods. The Mantis has blades, namely the fists & elbows. Hence one famous for repelling an axe, having good affairs, used a bamboo pole to play with it. Adhereing, Striking, Collapsing, Pouncing, Dodging, Cheating, Opening, & Closing, its cleverness is inexhaustible. Therefore Tanglang Hands are, in every case, Short Striking the enemy. If you learn it, until you arrive at Guan Stopping the Spirit’s Motion, turbidly changing leaving no traces, this is getting it, while also having a general idea of a plan in mind. Rather like the Buddha, plainly boast saying: I am able to Tanglang Strike, watch its Practice! Also say: This is Tanglang Strike, a Mantis can strike, but someone able to use it correctly is certainly rare. Thirty six means, call it a complete number, as far as adapting it to the variations, a thousand heads with ten thousand threads, far more than thirty six! Thus in general, the range does not go beyond the limit of thirty six.