Songxi Nejia Quan
Martial Arts

Songxi Nejia Quan

王维慎
Principles of Virtue
Martial Arts 传统武学

Principles of Virtue

Moral Attitudes in Martial arts Training : 一、持之以庄:练国术须要庄重,即敦厚诚朴,不可轻窕,亦不可骄傲. (1) Maintain Seriousness To practice martial arts, you must be serious, meaning sincere and humble rather than proud and arrogant. 二、临之以敬:与人交接要有恭敬心,态度要谦恭诚恳,切忌阿谀贱态,尤忌傲慢自大。 (2) Be respectful When in the company of others, you should be respectful.&
Wu Family Boxing, 7 Fists and 6 elbows | 巫家拳
Martial Arts

Wu Family Boxing, 7 Fists and 6 elbows | 巫家拳

Wu Jia Quan, or Wu (巫) Family Boxing is one of the most famous martial arts from Hubei and Hunan Province in South China. During the Qian Long emperor’s reign (1736-1795) of the Qing Dynasty, a Master
Taijiquan Evolution I – Cheng Style Taijiquan | 程氏太极拳
Martial Arts

Taijiquan Evolution I – Cheng Style Taijiquan | 程氏太极拳

Whilst it is widely acknowledged today that Taijiquan originated in Wen County with the influence of Jiang Fa and/or Chen Wangting  (as the founders, inheritors, compilers or developers of the method), there are a few
Shandong’s M Zhou Yongfu | 周永福
Martial Arts

Shandong’s M Zhou Yongfu | 周永福

Zhou Yongfu (周永福, 1913 – 2015 ) was born in Weifang, Shandong Province. He was passionate about martial arts since a young and when he was sixteen together with his brother Zhou Yongxiang (周永祥, 1910 – 2004) was able to enter the Qingdao National Martial Arts
Chengdu Sports Academy Master Zheng Huaixian | 郑怀贤
Martial Arts

Chengdu Sports Academy Master Zheng Huaixian | 郑怀贤

Martial Arts

Hebei Chuojiao Master Wang Luocang | 王英峰

Our Taiping Chuojiao consists of a number of influences including those from Beiduanzhuang (Raoyang), Zhaoduanzhuang (Lixian), Zhujiaozuo (Lixian), Beiguodan (Lixian), Nanquantou (Gaoyang) and Liushicun (Lixiain). Here we outline the Zhujiazuo line of Chuojiao which was central to
Martial Arts

Interview with Chow Tak Gei, Inheritor of Futsan Pak Mei | 仇德基

 Chou Deji (仇德基 Chow Tak Gei) is an inheritor of Futsan Pak Mei, having learnt from both his father Chou Taisheng (仇太生)  and martial uncle Liu Shaoliang (刘少良) whom where taught by Chou Deiji’s grandfather,
The Five Tigers Coiling Dragon Staff | 五虎盤龍棍
Martial Arts

The Five Tigers Coiling Dragon Staff | 五虎盤龍棍

In thousands of years of history, great strategists and practitioners of military skills have appeared in China. There are cultural heritages that are rare and in many cases even lost. One such special set of practices is