Kung Fu
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
The White Arc and Military Jian of the Han Dynasty
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An Invaluable Inventory In 1993 local residents in Yinwan (Donghai
From the Archives: A Really Short Reading List on Chinese Martial Studies
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Patrons of a market stall selling sequentially illustrated martial arts
Research Note: A Challenge Match in Hong Kong, 1890
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Vintage Postcard (undivided back) dating to the late Qing dynasty.
Knight Errantry and the Soaring Sky
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The Soaring Sky. Source: LKChenswords.com. For ten years I have
Earliest Published Photograph and References to Wing Chun
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The Problem with Being “First” I am distrustful of attempts
Through a Lens Darkly (66): The Dramatic Aspect of Chinese Martial Arts
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Introduction We must thank Joseph Svinth for this post. He