Following the example of the Shaolin category this will solve the problem of large associations who also have many local branch clubs and web sites.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.
Please submit only sites dealing with the history, philosophy and practise of the traditional Chinese martial art of Ba ji ch''uan.The internal styles of the Chinese martial arts.
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If your organization represents one specific style of Kung Fu for which a sub-category exist in the main Kung Fu category, please submit your organization site there. Otherwise, submit it here.This category is for Kung Fu organizations, federations, and associations which are of a general aspect to Kung Fu or organizations for specific styles for which no category exists.
If your school teaches one specific style of Kung Fu for which a sub-category exist in the main Kung Fu category, please submit your school site there. Otherwise, choose the most appropriate regional sub-category within this category.This category is for schools as well as training and instructional programs which are of a general aspect to Kung Fu, or schools for specific Kung Fu style for which no category exists.
Please submit only sites with information on Wing Chun that has a global interest here.Wing Chun is the name of a system of martial arts developed in southern China approximately 300 years ago. Its originator, the Buddhist nun Ng Mui, was a master of Shaolin Kung Fu and used this knowledge to invent a way to take advantage of the weaknesses inherent in the other Shaolin systems. This new system was well-guarded and passed on to only a few, very dedicated students. Later, the style became known as Wing Chun, after Ng Mui's first student, a woman named Yim Wing Chun.
Also please note: School sites should be submitted to Schools and Instruction and organization sites to Organizations. They should not be submitted here, even if they contain news and information or resources.
Suggest only sites about Modern and Contemporary Wushu.Category for Modern and Contemporary Wushu.