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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Tong Bei Quan

Originating in the 17th century Tong Bei Quan, meaning ‘Spreading Power from the Back Boxing’, as Tong means ‘through’, Bei means ‘back’ and Quan means ‘fist’, is a school of…

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Piguaquan

Piguaquan meaning "chop-hanging fist" in Mandarin, uses a number of sweeping actions to generate speed through the hips and arms to produce powerful strikes. Also known as Piguazhang "chop-hanging palm"…

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Nan Quan

Nan Quan Kung Fu, meaning “Southern Fist” in Cantonese, is a popular modern style created during the 1960’s in China’s Guangdong and Fujian provinces. Contemporary Nan Quan features dynamic, athletic…

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Mei Hua Quan

Mei Hua Quan, meaning “Plum Flower Fist” in Mandarin is thought to have originated in the 17th century in northern China. Practitioners learn fist, hand and foot techniques, which are…

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Luohan Quan

It is believed that monks in the Shaolin Temple created Luohan Quan by copying the facial expressions of the statues of “Arhats” (saints or sages) and developed 18 movements based…

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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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