The Jianquan Taijiquan Association is a well known school teaching Wu style t'ai chi ch'uan.
It was founded in 1935 by in Shanghai, and in the beginning operating out of the Shanghai YMCA. The Association went underground during the Second Sino-Japanese War due to the ban on Chinese martial arts instituted by the Japanese. In 1942, when Wu Chien-ch'üan died, his oldest son Wu Kung-i became head of the Association, eventually moving its headquarters to Hong Kong where it has continued uninterrupted to this day. Wu Chien-ch'üan's daughter Wu Ying-hua and his senior disciple Ma Yueh-liang took over leadership in of the branch in Shanghai. The Shanghai school fell under the was ban on "feudalistic practices" with the beginning of the Cultural Revolution. Only in 1980 was the Shanghai branch officially reopened.