This is the inner training hall inside the inner training area of Chen Village. Here we observed Chen Sixiang working with his students. The picture below shows him working with some of the younger students in weapons training. We also witnessed some spectacular Push Hands training there as well. He was able to send his attackers to the ground with the most ease that I have ever seen. He is the personification of the tiger.
The tiger is a symbol of martial prowess in ancient China and also a symbol of the Yin Qi, the Metal Phase, and the Lung organ in acupuncture. These ideas as well as the word "tiger" itself are used in several acupunture pointnames including Large Intestine 4, "Tiger Mouth," Triple Heater 6, "Flying Tiger" (an alchemical image), and Governing Vessel 1, "Cavern of Dragons and Tigers" (referring to the resting place of all Yin and Yang Qi.
For a detailed explanation of the meaning of these pointnames and others