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Fighting with Strength of Nanquan

Updated Beijing Time

Through Chinese culture had gone backward since the late Ming dynasty compared with the western culture, it still owns its unique and splendid cultural legacy which will never lose its charm. Martial art (WuShu武术) is part of the valuable cultural legacy.

Wushu, or martial art, was practiced by the Chinese people for physical training and self-defense for several thousand years. Since China has been flourishing both in culture and acrobatic skills, these two fields then gradually combined together to form the distinctive martial art. Now Wushu is not only immensely popular in China but also arousing interest among foreigners and is taught in many countries throughout the world.

Wushu is practiced in various types of set exercises, either barehanded or with weapons, based on movements employed in fighting, such as kicking, striking, throwing, catching, repelling and stabbing. Performers follow the laws of change from one to the other of two contradictory aspects: attack and defense, advance and retreat, action and inaction, acceleration and deceleration, strength and grace, false move and real move.

Nanquan boxing (Southern Boxing) prevails in south China, especially in Guangdong and Fujian. It processes stable position, steady step, short compact and mighty, powerful moves. It emphasizes the fists strength but contains fewer legs motions. This set owns firm and vigorous momentum and is suitable for those who are short and strong.


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Cailifo is another kind of popular boxing in Guangdong. It is developed by Chen Heng from Xinhui, Guangdong. It combines the elements of Shaolin and animal behaviour.

Source: www.cnwushu.com

Editor: Carrot Chen

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