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.
- Through a Lens Darkly (48): Opening the Stone Lock
- Red Boats of the Cantonese Opera: Economics, Social Structure and Violence 1850-1950.
- Lau Bun-A Kung Fu Pioneer in America
- Fighting Words: Four New Document Finds Reignite Old Debates in Taijiquan Historiography
- Lives of Chinese Martial Artists (8): Gu Ruzhang-Northern Shaolin Master and Southward Bound Tiger.
- Hand Combat Training as the School of the Nations
- A 1918 Account of Traditional Martial Arts in the Chinese Labor Corps
- Who Benefits from the Traditional Martial Arts: Public Goods vs. Private Gains
- Through a Lens Darkly (47): The Sword Shops of Beijing’s Bow and Arrow Street
- Martial Mythology (1): Yim Wing Chun and the Hero’s Journey
- Chinese Martial Arts in the News: September 11th, 2017: The Back to School Edition!
- Do Martial Arts Create Just Societies?
- Research Notes: The Big Knife and Ma Liang’s Attempted Comeback
- State, Education and Ma Liang’s New Wushu
- Chinese Martial Arts in the News: August 28th, 2017: Dragon Girls, New Books and the Rebirth of the Long Spear