Kung Fu

  • Mian Quan
    Mian Quan (Continuous Chuan )--绵(mián) 拳(quán) Mian Quan or the ongoing Chuan is a north design of closed fist perform, which is well-known in main Hebei Region. There is no record of the source of this design of Chuan. Luo Chengli, a local of Daqi Town in Boye Nation of Hebei, was good at six-c...
  • Liuhe Quan
    Liuhe Quan or the six-combination Chuan is combat orientated. It is believed to be a derivative of Shaolin Quan and to have been passed on from an old boxer named Cao who lived at Botou in Hebei Province during Emperor Daoguang's reign in the Qing Dynasty (1821-1850). This style of Chuan was handed ...
  • Chang-family Chuan
    Changjia Quan or the Chang-family Chuan was created by Chang Naizhou (1724-1783) during the Qing Dynasty. Chang Naizhou was a scholar but when he was not reading, he practised fist and cudgel plays. He traveled far and wide to learn from Wushu masters. He practised hard year in and year out but did ...
  • Yi Quan
    Yi Quan or the mentality Chuan, also called Da cheng Quan, was created by Wang Xiangzhai during the reign of Emperor Guangxu (1875-1908) of the Qing Dynasty. Wang (1885-1963) was born in Shenxian County in Hebei Province. From a young age, he followed Xingyi Quan master, Guo Yunshen to learn the art...
  • Yongchun Quan
    Yongchun Quan or the Yongchun Chuan is said to have been created by Yan Yongchun of Liancheng County in Fujian Province. It is said that during the reign of Emperor Jiaqing (1796-1820) of the Qing Dynasty, there was a Shaolin Chuan master Yan Si in Quanzhou of Fujian. To escape oppression, he left t...
  • Bajiquan
    Bajiquan is a Chinese martial art that features explosive, short range power and is famous for its elbow strikes. It originated in Hebei Province of Northern China, but is also well-known in other places as well today, especially Taiwan.OriginsBajiquan was originally called Baziquan (巴子拳 or 鈀子...
  • Xingyi Chuan
    Xingyi Quan or the form and meaning Chuan is also called Xinyi Quan (free-mind Chuan), Xinyi Liuhe Quan (free-mind six-combination Chuan)* or liuhe Quan (six-combination Chuan). There are two propositions about the name of this school of Chuan. One holds that the body actions and movements should be...
  • Eight-diagram Palm-BaGua Zhang
    bá guà zhǎng 八 卦  掌    Bagua Zhang or the eight-diagram palm is one of the most popular schools in China. It is also called Youshen Bagua (roving eight-diagram), Longxing Bagua (dragon-shaped eight-diagram), Xingyi Bagua (Xingyi eight-diagram Chuan), Yinyang Bapan Zhang (positive-negative eigh...
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