The U.S. was relatively ignorant of eastern martial arts traditions until after World War II when a few American soldiers who were stationed in Japan came back trained in Judo. But what really sparked U.S. interest in martial arts was…
Bruce Lee, the famous Chinese actor and kung fu master from the 1970s, remains the pride and joy of Asians up to this day. Recently, a Japanese boy became the talk of netizens for his resemblance to Bruce Lee.
Chinese martial arts, also known as Chinese Kung Fu or wushu, is a diverse system that can be broadly categorized as external or internal, and as Northern or Southern style by geographical origin.
Chinese culture is over 5,000 years old.
This is an interesting story that began with a dream, just like many other great stories…
What a work of animation! This artists takes what is perhaps his own break-up, and sets it in ancient China. Him and his ex-girlfriend-to-be do battle across rooftops. Swords are pulled…and love suffers a beautiful defeat.
This vicious form of kung fu is deceptive in its appearances. It goes to prove that a drunken man, or one who looks drunk, can fight better than a sober one.
Watch this Kung Fu Qigong Master Withstand Low Blows with Balls of Steel, Real Nutcracker Martial Arts
Watch this Kung Fu master punch himself in the nads, take bricks to the balls, and withstand nut-cracking hits. He walks and stands as if it not only doesn’t hurt, but is even pleasurable.