Crane (He Quan) The arts of Crane Kung Fu have a varied and rich history. At least two distinct styles of Crane Boxing originated in Fujian province of mainland China, and a third is said to have come from Tibet. Many Martial Arts historians have traced the development of Okinawan Karate from roots in Baihe Quan or White Crane Boxing. Characteristics of this system include wide-armed, wing-like movements, high kicking, and the barehand crane's beak. The websites in this category continue the ancient traditions of Crane Kung Fu.
Harvard Tai Chi Tiger Crane Club
Club details, an introduction to Tai Chi, Hung Gar Tiger Crane, Chi Kung and related media coverage.
Helen Shen White Crane Kung Fu
Contains resources on the principles of the White Crane system and videos of various forms. Provides the Chinese names of many movements.
The Rising Crane Chinese Martial Arts Association
Teaching Hap Gar Kung Fu, also known as White Crane or Lama Kung Fu. Includes a gallery, schools and Lion Dance information.
Southern Crane Kung Fu
Background of White Crane, Calling Crane, pure Tiger and the Tiger Crane Combination Style. Features interviews and articles with input from several masters of various diciplines.
Wushu Scholar Chinese Martial Arts
A resource portal for Fujian White Crane Kung Fu. Features articles, interviews, training exercises, patterns and videos from traditional Chinese masters available on pay per view.
Yong Chun White Crane Kung Fu
The official site of the Pan Cheng Miouw lineage of White Crane as taught in Yong Chun, Fu Jian, China containing system information, video and historical information.
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