Kung Fu

  • Pedang Wushu Hui kelompok etnis
    兵器 [bīng qì]:weaponry; weapons; zhòng dāo shì dà dāo de yuán chēng , tā shì jīng jīn yí dài de yì zhǒng chuán tǒng bīng qì 重刀是大刀的原称,它是京津一带的一种传统兵器
  • Xingtai Mei Hua Quan
    梅花 [méi huā]:plum blossom 梅花桩 [méi huā zhuāng]:quincuncial piles méi huā quán yì chēng méi huā zhuāng , méi quán 。 梅花拳亦称梅花桩,梅拳。
  • Gulat Mongolia
    cǎo yuán shàng de rén men bǎ měng gǔ shì shuāi jiāo chēng zuò “ bó kè ” 草原上的人们把蒙古式摔跤称作“搏克” Boke is one of Mongolia's age-old "Three Manly Skills" (along with horsemanship andarchery).
  • Shaanxi merah tinju
    Red Boxing has strong vitality in Shaanxi because of the unique regional and humanistic cultures in the area. The origin of Red Boxing can be traced all the way to the Zhou and Qin Dynasties.
  • Chikung Kesehatan
    Qigong is the phonetic transcriptions (Qi and Gong) of two Chinese characters as shown in the title. Qi means literally air, which represents a kind of energy flowing according to certain routes in your body.
  • Cangzhou Wushu
    Cangzhou is located in the southeast of Hebei Province. Historically, it was a must-have stronghold for military strategy. The local people usually had to learn striking and defending skills in order to survive; hence the practice of kungfu was prevailing in Cangzhou.
  • Lima unsur Xingyiquan
    Xingyiquan uses the five classical Chinese elements to metaphorically represent five different states of combat. Also called the "Five Fists" or "Five Phases," the Five Elements are based on Taoist cosmology although the names do not literally correspond to the cosmological terms.
  • Tanglang Quan
    Tanglang Quan or the mantis Chuan is also an animal-imitating style of fist play. It copies the form and actions of a mantis adding the attack and defence skills of the martial arts. This unique style of Chuan boasts an assortment of routines which generally fall into the northern and southern style...
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