The Origin of Bazi Reading

Scholar Li Xuzhong of the Tang Dynasty is credited with the invention of BaZi (A.D 618-907). Xu Ziping practiced it during the Song Dynasty (A.D 960-1279). This ancient art is based on the text of the I-Ching, or Book of Oracles, which was used for fortune telling. It follows the same principles, employing the five […]

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Famous Wing Chun Battles

Wing Chun evolved as self-defense like any other form of martial arts. Wing Chun, also known as VingTsun, is a Chinese martial art with a more gentle and subtle fighting style. Wing Chun martial arts is one of the three most outstanding martial arts in Southern China. Popularized by Grandmaster Yip Man and was passed […]

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History of Wing Chun

Profound symbolic language embroidered traditional Chinese martial arts. Sacred mountains and caves are common themes in their folklore. Animals, both mundane and fantastic, are frequently seen as symbols. Northern styles feature mimicked forms that channel the essence of the monkey, eagle or praying mantis. Two of the most beloved martial images emerge from this zoo: […]

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