Back in the states, I practiced some tai ji quan, and decided to come here to wudangshan to have a look about a year ago, and have been living here since.
The town and its attractions haven't been as commercialized as Shaolin is becoming these days (for good or bad), and so is not as popular as Shaolin. But the government here has been investing money into rebuilding its temples, and its daoist communities. The first place I studied at for a few months was near one of these temples (Zi Xiao Gong), but it was more for modern wushu training.
In pushing myself for this sort of training, my knees became injured. I heard about my present master in town, and visited him. His english is good, and he's a very open person, open to explaining and demonstrating principles, and is hands on. He helped me recover from my wounds, and is still fixing me up.
My personal pictures of my adventures in china: