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Kung Fu and Wushu

Kung Fu and Wushu Styles are Chinese martial arts that focuse on hand/arm strikes, kicks and even weapons training and include many different styles.

San Shou

San Shou is a martial art which was originally developed by the Chinese military based upon intense study of various traditional methods and combined...

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...

Heung Chan: Choy Li Fat

Master Heung Chan, the founder of Choy Li Fut, was born in the Kwang-Tung province of China on July 10, 1806. At the age...

Pa Kua Chang or Ba Kua Chang

Pa Kua Chang (Eight Diagram Palm), is also known as Ba Gua Zhang. It is one of the primary internal systems of the Chinese...

Shaolin Temple and Southern Shaolin Kung Fu

There are numerous accounts and legends of the origins and history of the Shaolin Temple. In my humble opinion this is the story of...

Lama Wushu Hop Gar

A style of Wushu emphasizing combat effectiveness. The style is based on Lion Roar Wushu, which originated during the Tang dynasty and was taught...

Cha Chuan

An important system in China is Cha Chuan, a fighting style developed by members of the Muslim faith. Muslim immigrants have lived in China...

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...

Master David Charng and Legacy of Shuai Chiao

For a six-year-old boy, there's nothing like a day at the movies, especially when Grandpa Master David Charng treats you to ice cream. David...

Northern and Southern Kung Fu Styles: Which Produce Better Fighters?

Like a giant yingyang symbol, the People's Republic of China could be divided into two opposing halves, each with its own special brand of...

Shuai Chiao, The Mother of Kung Fu

Shuai-Chiao, the Mount Everest of China's martial arts ranges, is a famous killing style paneratium in its sublimity of Kung fu package. This age-old...

List of Kung Fu Styles

Bafaquan - Eight Methods Baguazhang (Bagua Zhang) - Eight Trigrams Palm Bajiquan - Eight Extremes Fist Bak Mei - White Eyebrow Black Tiger Kung Fu Chaquan - Cha Fist Changquan...

Kung Fu Styles

The Chinese term kung fu can refer to any skill achieved through hard work and practice, but most people relate the term to Chinese...

Hsing Yi Chuan

Hsing Yi Chuan is one of the three internal arts. Like Tai Chi and Pa Kua, Hsing Yi is taught with three purposes in...

Jing Quan Dao – Combat Tactics of Chinese Police

Quick throws, attacks and counterattacks, Chin Na (joint locks), kicking, fist and palm strikes and more . . . Jing Quan Dao "Combat Tactics...

Tai Chi Grand Ultimate Fist

Tai Chi means "grand ultimate fist." Tai Chi is one of the oldest martial arts in the world. It is so old that its origins...

History of Hop Gar Kung Fu and Wong Yin Lum

Hop Gar kung fu is rooted in the Buddhist monasteries of Tibet. Buddhist monks spread the seeds of this ancient art from Tibet through...

Chang Tien Temple Tiger Claw Kungfu

Introduction of Chang Tien Temple Tiger Claw Kungfu The Ch’ang Tien Temple Set is a Chinese Kung-Fu form that belongs to the Tiger Claw Kung-Fu style...

Wing Chun Taoism: Effortless Fighting

"To return to source is true knowing. To be simple is to be truly complex. To let go is to truly grasp." Wing Chun Taoism...

Lai Chung Ch’uan Fa Modern Kung Fu

Lai Chung Ch’uan Fa is a modern form of kung fu that was developed in the late 20th century and mixes two traditional Shaolin...