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Kung Fu Tea

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...

Peter Lorge The History of Chinese Martial Arts By Dynasty Part...

Peter Lorge on Chinese Martial Arts: From Antiquity to the 21st Century Part 2 In the beginning of 2012, Peter Lorge, an Assistant Professor of...

Peter Lorge on the Development of Chinese Archery Part 2

Peter Lorge on Chinese Martial Arts: From Antiquity to the 21st Century Part 1 GC: Your book charts the development of Chinese archery. Today, archery...

Xingyiquan

In order to survive in what is oftentimes a violent and cruel world, animals must very quickly develop the ability to protect themselves from...

Mark Cheng

Sifu Mark Cheng, L.Ac., Ph.D., is the Head Instructor and Chief Physician for the Chung-Hua Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Martial Arts Research....

Fei-hung Wong

Fei-hung Wong was born on July 9, 1847 and passed away on March 25 1924. He was a Chinese martial artist, physician, acupuncturist, and revolutionary,...

Ronald Shively Chinese Martial Art

Ronald J. Shively is a veteran martial artist with 35+ years experience in the Internal and External Chinese, Filipino, and Okinawan Martial Arts, in...

Kung Fu San Soo

What is Kung Fu San Soo? Kung Fu San Soo is considered, by many, to be the most sophisticated and complete form of martial...

Kung Fu and Wushu

Kung Fu: The Short Explanation In general, Kung Fu is a label used to describe any martial art that comes from China. It is the...

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...

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...

Praying Mantis Fist or Tang Lang Quan

According to legend the Praying Mantis Fist or Tang Lang Quan was created by Wang Lang, also known as Fa Ming, during the Song...

Qigong

Qigong (pronounced chee goong) is a Chinese system of physical training, philosophy, and preventive and therapeutic health care. Qi (or chi) means air, breath...

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...

Shaolin Ch’uan Fa

Shaolin Ch'uan Fa * means "The way of the Shaolin fist", and stands for an ancient Chinese defense method. Shaolin Ch'uan Fa originated in India...

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...

Shuai Chiao Bare-Handed Fighting

Shuai Chiao bare-handed fighting is the oldest Chinese bare-handed fighting style which incorporates the principles of T'ai Chi Ch'uan. Shuia-Chiao emerged around 2,000 years ago....

Sil Lum Kung-Fu or Shaolin Kung-Fu

Sil Lum Kung-Fu (or Shaolin Kung-Fu in the Mandarin dialect) is the most well known of the Chinese martial arts. Born in China's Hebei...

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...

Wing Chun Kung Fu

Wing Chun literally means, "beautiful springtime," or "radiant springtime." It is sometimes called "Wing Shun" or "Wing Tsun." This style of Wushu was the...