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.
- A Visual Study of a Set of Transitional Hudiedao
- “Glory Days” and the Twilight of the Guoshu Movement
- Research Notes: The Chinese and Japanese Martial Arts as Seen on Western Newsreels
- Zheng Manqing and the “Sick Man of Asia”: Strengthening the Nation through Martial Arts
- Ng Chung So – Looking Beyond the “Three Heroes of Wing Chun”
- The 19th Century Hudiedao (Butterfly Sword) on Land and Sea
- Butterfly Swords and Long Poles: A Glimpse into Singapore’s 19th Century Martial Landscape
- Through a Lens Darkly (59): John S. S. Leong and Southern Kung Fu in 1969.
- Revisiting Alfred Lister: The Noble Art of Self-Defense in China (Part II)
- Revisiting Alfred Lister: A Forgotten Observer of the Southern Chinese Martial Arts (Part I)
- Research Note: Organizing the Women’s Section of the Jingwu Association, 1920.
- When Did Wing Chun Become “Intangible Cultural Heritage”?
- Through a Lens Darkly (58): Contesting Wushu
- Subcultures and Neo-Tribes: Contesting the Meaning of Martial Arts
- Research Note: Kung Fu Diplomacy During the Cultural Revolution