Chinese Martial Arts Article by Leslie T Chinese martial arts is generally called Wushu, where Wu means military and shu means art, thus Wushu means the art of fighting. It is an important and unique component of Chinese cultural heritage. Being a complex art form, Wushu …
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Classification of Chinese Martial Arts Article by email@example.com Martial arts have been created and developed for self-defense and survival throughout human history. Chinese martial arts is generally called Wushu, where Wu means military and shu means art, thus Wushu means the art of fighting. Proper martial-arts …
Exploring Different Martial Arts Styles from Korean, Japanese and Chinese Martial arts date back to hundreds of years ago. This form of fighting originated in different parts of Asia, mainly in China, Japan, and Korea. If you are planning on taking up a self defense program, it would be a great idea to study the …
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Training at the Ng Family Chinese Martial Arts Association headquarters in Chicago, Illinois. Clip includes footage of NFCMAA students drilling both Choy Lay Fut and Ving Tsun through each methods specific contact training exercises. For more information please visit – www.ngfamilymartialarts.com
A sweeping epic documentary on the major styles of China’s Martial Arts, featuring Shaolin Kungfu, Wudangquan, Bagua, Xingyi, Tai Chi and Yiquan. This is the second documentary series of our latest film releases on China’s top masters of martial arts. Go to emptymindfilms.com for more information.