Hakka Kuen

Hakka Kuen is a general term describing a variety of Chinese martial arts originating from the Hakka community of Southern China and is considered to be an important style within…

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Cha Quan

Chaquan is a Chinese martial art that features graceful movements and some acrobatic aerial maneuvers and includes a large range of weapons. Chaquan falls under the classification Changquan, a type…

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Bajiquan

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Bajiquan is a Chinese martial art that features explosive, short-range power and is famous for its elbow and shoulder strikes. Bajiquan is now popular in northern China and Taiwan. Later,…

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Hung Fut

A Buddhist monk named Lei Jo Fune, created this southern Shaolin-based Hung Fut Kung Fu system during the 17th century in the Fujian province of China. Hung Fut Kung Fu…

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Huaquan

Huaquan Kung Fu, also know as China-style boxing system, is a style of Long Fist Kung Fu (Changquan). It is believed to have originated in the Former Song Dynasty (420?479…

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Gou Quan

Gou Quan Kung Fu (Dishuquan) meaning ‘Dog Fist’ in Cantonese is a martial arts style indigenous to Fujian province, China. While sharing many similar features to styles like Wuzuquan, Huzunquan,…

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Fut Gar

Fut Gar or Buddhist Style is a relatively modern Southern style of Kung Fu devised primarily from the combination of Hung Gar and Choi Gar kung fu. This style of…

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Fu Jow Pai

Fu Jow Pai meaning “Tiger Claw System” in Cantonese (Mandarin pinyin: Huzhuapai, literally “Tiger Claw School” or “Tiger Claw Style”) was founded by Wong Bil Hong in the Shaolin Temple…

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Fan Zi Quan

Fan Zi Quan (Chinese: literally "Rotating fist") is a Chinese martial art that emphasizes offence and defence with the hands. Its movements have been described as: Two fists are fast…

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Emei Quan

Emei Quan meaning “Emei Fist” in Mandarin, is a style of Chinese martial art named after the Emei Mountains, which are located in the Szechwan province of western China. A…

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Duan Quan

Duan Quan meaning “Short Distance Fighting” in Mandarin or “Short Style” boxing, is a close range martial art that is very popular in the Hebei province of China. It is…

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