Kung Fu

  • Bruce Lee
    Lee was born on 27 November 1940 at the Chinese Hospital in Chinatown, San Francisco. His father, Lee Hoi-chuen, was Chinese, and his mother Grace Ho (何爱瑜), a Catholic, was of German and Chinese ancestry.Lee was the fourth child of five children: Agnes, Phoebe, Peter, and Robert. Lee and his pare...
  • Xiangxing Quan
    This school of Chuan imitates the forms and movements of animals with the stress on the hitting features of their movements and actions. These are then developed into fist plays by combining the offensive and defensive skills of the martial arts. Such animal-imitating Chuan styles include monkey Chu...
  • Tantui
    dàn tuǐ 弹  腿 Tantui or leg flicking Chuan is also called pond legs. It has 10 routines and was therefore called 10-routine pond legs. When Shaolin monks added two more routines, it became the 12-routine pond legs. As many Moslems in China practise the Chuan, it is also called religious leg flick...
  • Lanshou Men
    Lanshou Men or the blocking-hand Chuan is said to be popular in the areas along both sides of the Yangtze River. At the turn of the Ming and Qing dynasties, Zheng Tianxing of Henan Province went to Tianjin where he stayed at Dawang Temple in Dazhigu. Every day he practised his martial arts in the mo...
  • Duan Quan
    Duan Quan or the short-range Chuan is also called the "short-style fight," which is an age-old style of fist play. Mianzhang style of short fighting and Mianzhang Chuan were recorded in Tang Shunzhi's On Martial Arts, Qi Jiguang's A New Essay on Wushu Arts and He Liangchen's Chronicles of Chen, all ...
  • Ditang Quan
    Ditang Quan or the ground tumbling Chuan is also called ground skill Chuan. It is said to have originated in the Southern Song Dynasty (1129-1279) and was first practised in Shandong Province from where it spread to other parts of the country. After the founding of People's Republic of China, it was...
  • Ziran Men and Ziran Quan
    Ziran Men (nature Chuan) was created by Dwarf Xu of Sichuan Province in the late years of the Qing Dynasty. Xu's style of Chuan was standardized by Du Xinwu of Cili County of Hunan Province. Du followed Xu for eight years to learn the nature Chuan and came to understand the essence and secrets of th...
  • Zui Quan
    In Zui Quan or the drunkard Chuan, boxers' falter, waddle, fall and sway just like drunkards.Zui Quan can be used for both fighting and maintaining health. However, the drunkard boxers go out of their way to stress the combative side of their style. They blend a series of movements, actions and skil...
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