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Gene Ching

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Gene Ching is the Associate Publisher of Kung Fu Tai Chi Magazine and KungFuMagazine.com, the largest English language magazine and website devoted exclusively to Chinese martial arts. He has authored hundreds of martial arts articles on and has been publishing his research since 1992. Additionally, he has written well over a hundred scripts for martial arts instructional videos. He has published articles in several major martial arts magazines beyond Kung Fu Tai Chi, as well as magazines about film, Asian culture and even a few adult magazines.

Yip Man’s Other Stalwart Pioneer, Grandmaster Leung Ting

On the rooftops and back streets of Hong Kong, Wing Tsun Grandmaster Yip Man forged many of the world’s toughest fighters. Of course, everyone...

Grandmaster Ming Lum 1926-2011

Grandmaster Ming Lum 1926 - November 5, 2011 On November 5, 2011, the martial world suffered the profound loss of a great treasure. Grandmaster Ming...

Peter Lorge The History of Chinese Martial Arts By Dynasty Part...

Peter Lorge on Chinese Martial Arts: From Antiquity to the 21st Century Part 2 In the beginning of 2012, Peter Lorge, an Assistant Professor of...

Peter Lorge on the Development of Chinese Archery Part 2

Peter Lorge on Chinese Martial Arts: From Antiquity to the 21st Century Part 1 GC: Your book charts the development of Chinese archery. Today, archery...

Yang Jwing-Ming: The Commitment to Preserving the Art

I feel awkward taking credit for this story for two reasons. The first has to do with the subject matter. As a martial arts...

Great American Grandmaster Al Novak

As martial artists, we are unique in that we create ourselves. Through long years of rigorous training, sacrifice, denial, pain, we forge our bodies...

Stomp The Bullying

Stomp The Bullying tackles the bullying epidemic “Stomp the Bullying” is a concept that 25 year Guardian Angel and international martial arts expert Sean P. Kelley...

A Setting Sun: Writing an Obituary for Grandmaster Sun Jianyun

On October 22nd, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Space Environment Center in Boulder, Colorado detected a large sunspot ten times larger than the...

Shi Dechao: Iron Palm and Wolf’s Hair Brush

Shi Dechao exemplifies the big warrior monk. At 5' 11" and weighing in at over 220 pounds, Dechao may not be as gargantuan as...

Respect and Discipline: Grandmaster John Leong Honors Tradition

Grandmaster John Leong doesn't look like a man approaching seventy. He certainly doesn't act like one. Every morning he gets up at 5:00 AM...

Cung Le Brings Sanshou into the Cage

It was the shot heard around the world. Late in the third round of the Strikeforce Middleweight Championship title bout, Cung Le delivered a...

Generations: Grandmaster Liang Shou-Yu and His Daughter Helen Liang

Chinese martial arts have undergone tremendous transformation over the last half century. The Cultural Revolution is commonly cited as the most significant turning point....

Master Jack Fu Trades Sanshou for Push Hands

When the average American hears "tai chi," the image that springs to mind is of little elderly people practicing gently in the park. That...

Hai Deng – The First Shaolin Monk in America

Hai Deng, the One-Finger Handstand Master Historians commonly cite the infamous 1991 tour as the first time Shaolin monks set foot in the United States....

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