What martial arts and kunyu mountain academy brought you? And how will it help you to pursuit your goals? I firstly came to Kunyushan 7 years ago just to have a break from my studies. When i went back to it, i realised that i didn't want to pursuit my business studies but i rather continue to learn more about Chinese martial arts. From that statement, i decided to come back to kunyu mountain for 1 and half year.
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Every week I watched in admiration as Xena fought and conquered warlords, evil kings and villains with amazing feminine poise and grace, raw confidence and mighty fighting skills. Independent and strong. During the next decade I blossomed from a shy girl into a reasonably confident adult, sort of independent and strong I guess, but definitely lacking in raw confidence and mighty fighting skills, which was a pity. Then, many years later while in Thailand, I met a traveler who told me about a kungfu school he had attended in China, where he studied Qi Gong and Tai Chi. I had always had an interest in martial arts, but had never done anything with it. A forgotten childhood dream had been rekindled. It was not until spring last year that I finally decided to take the plunge and travel to China for two months to study kungfu, just to dip my toes in the water. Because I was armed with absolutely no knowledge of kungfu and no martial arts experience whatsoever. But I had an open mind and a yearning to learn something new. Coming to China turned out to be a catalyst for me in many ways.
A BJJ match, Source: Wikimedia. It is in the final stages of production right now and should be Globalization has been a persistent theme here at Kung Fu Tea. It is a topic that occupied much of my thinking as a professor of political economy, and it continues to be a shaping force within the study and This image is part of a larger set that shows scenes of a gentry led militia in training. Special thanks to Gavin Gaving Nugent www. I am happy to announce that a Chan Wah Shun and his Place in the Modern Wing Chun Community One of the biggest problems in researching the history of the martial arts is the martial artists themselves.
I combine 4 styles of martial arts. I have interpreted their philosophies to my utilitarian perspective: 1. For the First one, it is all about you tapping deep inside, and believing in yourself, and find your will. Find your power, and actualize it. I just added the Fourth one, today. I finally found a place with it, in my philosophical schematic. But, for the longest time, in the era of COVID, I could not find a place for it, because, well, we cannot connect physically anymore. If outsiders, who are not part of my student circle, see this, I will get panned.