Kung Fu

  • Wuxia, a popular culture for most Chinese-speaking communities
    Wuxia (武侠) is a broad genre of Chinese fiction that concerns itself with martial arts adventures set primarily in ancient China. Although traditionally a literary art form, it is now also found in art, comics, films, games, television, theatre, and other media. Wuxia forms a large part of popular ...
  • Hua Quan
    Hua Quan or the China-style Chuan originated in Jining of Shandong Province (ancient Rencheng). It is said that during the Kaiyuan reign of the Tang Dynasty (713-741), a Mount Hua knight named Cai Mao killed his enemy of a noble family of Chang'an, and went to hide in Rencheng. Cai Mao was excellent...
  • Yue-family Chuan
    There are many styles of Chuan named after General Yue Fei of the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) These include Yue-family Chuan of Hubei, Henan and Anhui provinces, Yue-school fist plays of Hunan and Sichuan provinces, Yue-family martial arts of Guangdong Province, Yue Fei Sanshau and Yue-style c...
  • Chuojiao Quan
    Chuojiao or feet poking is one of the oldest Chuan styles practised in north China. It is known for its range of feet and leg plays. Most of the Chuan styles of the north feature these, so their style is called "Northern Feet." Chuan proverbs about this school say: "Fist plays account for 30 percent...
  • Chang Quan
    cháng quán 长     拳  Chang Quan or the long-style Chinese Chuan is the general term for a dozen schools of Chuan. These include Cha Quan (Cha-family Chuan), flower-style Chuan, China-style Chuan, Paochui (cannon Chuan), Hong-family Chuan, red-style Chuan, Shaolin Chuan, Fanzi Quan (tumbling Chuan...
  • Pigua Quan
    Pigua Quan or axe-hitch Chuan was known in ancient times as armor wearing Chuan. Ming Dynasty General Qi Jiguang included the move of putting on armours while fighting as laid out in his book, A New Essay on Wushu Arts.When the National Wushu Institute was founded in Nanjing in 1928, Pigua Quan spec...
  • Fanzi Quan
    Fanzi Quan or tumbling Chuan is also known as Bashanfan (eight-flash Chuan). It is so called because of its eight major flashing movements, which are executed as fast as lightning and thunderclaps. The movements in tumbling Chuan are varied and continuous.The Fanzi Quan ballad says: "Wu Mu has passe...
  • Luohan Quan
    Luohan Quan, literally means "Arhat boxing". When referring to it, people will relate it with the famous Shaolin Temple, which can be regarded as the representative of Chinese martial arts. Why it is so popular?General introductionLuohan Quan or the Arhat Boxing originated from the Shaolin-style box...
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