Chinese Martial Studies
Kung Fu Tea, discusses all aspects of Chinese Martial Studies. Many of the posts focus on the academic study of the Chinese martial arts, but occasionally they delve into lighter topics like current events, movies or martial arts in the news and other areas of interest to students of the martial studies.
- The Book Club: The Shaolin Monastery by Meir Shahar: Introduction and Chapters 1-2.
- Lessons from the South – Martial Arts of Vietnam, Part II
- Martial Arts Studies: Issue 10 Release!
- Views from the South – Martial Arts of Vietnam, Part I
- How Yoda Helped to Invent Kung Fu: Star Wars and the Martial Arts in the Western Imagination.
- Through a Lens Darkly (6): China Rediscovers the Shaolin Temple, Igniting a Kung Fu Craze
- Five Years and Twelve Months that Changed the Study of Martial Arts Forever
- Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Martial Arts: Another Approach to Globalization and Chinese Martial Studies
- A Lost Fight Book: Alfred Lister and the Noble Art of Self-Defence in China
- Lives of Chinese Martial Artists (3): Chan Wah Shun and the Creation of Wing Chun
- Traditional Chinese Medicine and Qigong in the Wing Chun Community
- Roaring Dragons and Vanishing Rhinos: The Longsword Sword in Ancient China
- Alex Gillis Discusses Tae Kwon Do and “A Killing Art” with Kung Fu Tea
- Lives of Chinese Martial Artists: Qiu Jin—the Last Sword-Maiden, Part I.
- On Reading Old Books