Chee Soo published five best-selling books about various aspects of the Taoist Arts. These were first published in hardback by Heather Gordon’s publishing house Gordon and Cermonesi. When Chee Soo moved to Coventry his books were published in paperback by Aquarian Press that was bought out by Thorsons and later Harpercollins, and these became international bestsellers and were translated into Portuguese (Brazilian), Polish, German, French (distributed in Canada, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Portugal), Indonesian, Spanish, and Italian.
In 2006 another book called The Tao of My Thoughts was published posthumously in hardback, a diary of his thoughts written down from 1976 to 1984 with hand-drawn illustrations in Chinese Inks. It also includes and appendix interview with Marilyn, Chee Soo’s wife.
As Chee Soo would say, each finger on your hand works together with the others to give you a good grip, and you wouldn’t even want to lose the little finger. The same is true with his books, just like the Yin-Yang symbol some part of the opposite principle is found in the middle of each, so each book contains secrets that can illuminate the other aspects of the Taoist Arts. In this way, people who specialize too much in any one aspect will tend to miss important lessons from the other Arts which have a balancing effect.
If you want to learn more please visit the Seahorse Books site where you can order his books.