The 48-Pattern Taijiquan Set was composed by the National Sports Council of China n 1976 with techniques from Yang Style, Chen Style, the two Wu styles and Sun Style.
Although this set is not taught in our school,Shaolin Wahnam, it is explained in Grandmaster Wong' Kiew Kit's book, "The Complete Book of Tai Chi Chuan". A complete revision of the book, with videos and pictures of various Taijiquan styles, will be published this year (2016). shaolin.org/taijiquan/48-pattern-taijiquan/video.html
Besides Wudang Taijiquan, there are five major styles of Taijiquan practiced today, namely Chen Style, Yang Style, two Wu Styles, and Sun Style. The first patriarch of this Wu Style Taijiquan was Wu Yu Xiang, who was a scholar from a wealthy family. He first learned from Yang Lu Chan, and then from Chen Jing Ping. The third-generation patriarch of this style, Hao Wei Zhen, spread the art to South China. Hence, this Wu Style is sometimes known as the Hao Style. shaolin.org/taijiquan/wu-yu-xiang-taijiquan/video.html
There are two Wu Styles Taijiquan, one from the lineage of Wu Yu Xiang and the other from the lineage of Wu Chuan You. This video shows Wu Chuan You Style Taijiquan. As You Chuan You learned from Yang Ban Hou, it is no surprise that this Wu Style Taijiquan, is similar to Yang Style Taijiquan. shaolin.org/taijiquan/wu-chuan-you-taijiquan/video.html
This Shaolin Wahnam version of 108-Pattern Yang Style Taijiquan is inspired but different from the orthodox version. Repeated patterns in the orthodox version are avoided, and both the left and right modes of some important patterns are included in the Shaolin Wahnam version. shaolin.org/video-clips-8/taijiquan/108-pattern.html