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.
- Chinese Martial Arts, Religion and Spirituality: A Guide for the Perplexed
- Lives of Chinese Martial Artists (9): Woman Ding Number Seven: Founder of the Fujian Yongchun Boxing Tradition
- Are the Chinese Martial Arts Fake?
- Sometimes a Cigar is Just a Lightsaber: Fetishism and Material Culture in Martial Arts Studies
- Rediscovering China’s Flails
- Chinese Martial Arts in the News: October 28th, 2019: Bruce Lee, Taijiquan and Debating the Traditional Martial Arts
- Through a Lens Darkly (62): Chan Bing’s Choy Li Fut Students, 1967
- Lives of Chinese Martial Artists (4): Sun Lutang and the Invention of the “Traditional” Chinese Martial Arts (Part I).
- Martial Arts as Politics: The Act of Seeing
- Kung Fu Documentaries and Their Discontents
- The History and Global Transmission of Wing Chun (In Less than Five Thousand Words)
- Conference Report: Fighting Bodies and Knowledge at Trier University
- Chinese Martial Arts in the News: September 23, 2019: Zhang Weili, Global Wushu and Ip Man 4
- Who “Owns” Kung Fu? Intangible Cultural Heritage, Globalization and the Decentering of the Asian Martial Arts
- Brian Kennedy and the Development of Chinese Martial Studies