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Traditional Chinese Medicine and Qigong in the Wing Chun Community
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Green bamboo among the fall leaves. Tenryuji Momiji, Japan.  Source:
Roaring Dragons and Vanishing Rhinos: The Longsword Sword in Ancient China
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The rhinoceros-hide armor was of seven folds or links, one
Alex Gillis Discusses Tae Kwon Do and “A Killing Art” with Kung Fu Tea
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Alex Gillis, author of A Killing Art. ***Alex Gillis was
“Wing Chun: A Documentary” directed by Jon Braeley
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***Greeting readers, and thank you for your continued patience.  Today
Through a Lens Darkly (3): Chinese Martial Artists in a Local Marketplace
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***Many traditional Chinese martial artists today actively distance their practice
Attack of the Wooden Dummies!
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Porcine style boxing has traditionally favored the use of really
The White Arc and Military Jian of the Han Dynasty
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An Invaluable Inventory In 1993 local residents in Yinwan (Donghai