Bajiquan and Northern Praying Mantis. And I do the San Cai Jian form in sort of a Xingyiquan style (I think most people do the Tai Chi version). A couple of the guys I train with do some style of Bagua, I'll probably add in some of that at some point. We're sort of a bunch of mongrels, our instructor also has a very heavy Muay Thai background and I've got a Taekwondo background originally, so some other stuff finds its way in there too. The Thai and TKD kicks actually blend really naturally into Northern Praying Mantis. Yeah, you're right in the wuxia aspect, but my instructor always comments that it's especially prevalent in the US because the first people to embrace Chinese martial arts in the 70s were so interested in the philosophy and mysticism. In Hong Kong in the 70s there was at least a ton of gang violence going on to keep everyone honest. Martial law Taiwan at the time was also a mess. I'd actually be really interested in seeing the choreographers for the new Star Wars trilogy try out some inspirations from more esoteric Chinese sword arts rather than generic wushu. Seeing a lightsaber used more like a jian than a katana would be sorta cool.