Zhou Tong (archer)
Zhou (or Jow) Tong (Chinese: 周同 and 周侗; pinyin: Zhōu Tóng) (died late 1121 CE) was the archery teacher and second military arts tutor of famous Song Dynasty general Yue Fei. Originally a local her...
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Zhou (surname)
Zhōu is the Hanyu Pinyin transliteration of the Chinese family name 周, which now ranks as the 10th most common surname in Mainland China, and 71st in South Korea. It has been one of the ten most commo...
Zhou (surname) - Wikipedia
Yue Fei
Yue Fei (24 March 1103 – 27 January 1142), courtesy name Pengju, was a Han Chinese military general who lived in the Southern Song dynasty. His ancestral home was in Xiaoti, Yonghe Village, Tangyin, ...
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Martial arts of Zhou Tong
Various martial arts have been attributed to or associated with Zhou Tong, the archery teacher of Song Dynasty general, Yue Fei. This is because assorted wuxia novels and folk legends portray him as b...
Martial arts of Zhou Tong - Wikipedia
Media about Zhou Tong
Zhou Tong, the archery teacher of Song Dynasty General Yue Fei, has appeared in various types of media; including black-and-white films, wuxia novels, and folktales. He namely appears in material deal...
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Lianhuanhua listed by year
This is a list of Lianhuanhua produced in China sorted by year then alphabetical order.
The preliminary list is for books that were created before the term Lianhuanhua became the standard. Materi...
Lianhuanhua listed by year - Wikipedia
Military and civilian combat arts of Zhou Tong
Various martial arts have been attributed to or associated with Zhou Tong, the archery teacher of Song Dynasty general, Yue Fei. This is because assorted wuxia novels and folk legends portray him as b...
Military and civilian combat arts of Zhou Tong - Wikipedia
Yue (surname)
Yuè is the Hanyu Pinyin transliteration of the Chinese family name 岳. In places which use the Wade-Giles romanization such as Taiwan, Yue is usually spelled as "Yüeh" or "Yueh".Yue is also the pinyin ...
Xing Yi
Xing Yi Quan (Chinese: 形意拳; pinyin: Xíng Yì Quán; Wade–Giles: Hsing I Ch'üan) is classified as one of the Wudang styles of Chinese martial arts. The name of the art translates approximatel...
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Northern Praying Mantis
Northern Praying Mantis (Chinese: 螳螂拳; pinyin: tánglángquán; literally: "praying mantis fist") is a style of Chinese martial arts, sometimes called Shandong Praying Mantis after its provin...
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Fanziquan
Fānziquán (Chinese: 翻子拳; literally "Rotating fist") is a Chinese martial art that emphasizes offense and defense with the hands. Its movements have been described as:Fānziquán routines are usuall...
Qigong
Qigong, qi gong, chi kung, or chi gung (simplified Chinese: 气功; traditional Chinese: 氣功; pinyin: qìgōng; Wade–Giles: chi gong; literally: "Life Energy Cultivation") is a practice o...
Zui Quan
Zui quan (Chinese: 醉拳), which means "Drunken kung fu", is a general name for all the styles of Chinese martial arts that imitate the movements of a drunkard. It is an ancient style and its origins...
Eagle Claw
Eagle Claw (Chinese: 鷹爪派; pinyin: yīng zhǎo pài) is a style of Chinese martial arts known for its gripping techniques, system of joint locks, takedowns, and pressure point strikes, which is repres...
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Eighteen Arms of Wushu
The Eighteen Arms (Chinese: 十八般兵器) is a list of the eighteen main weapons of Chinese martial arts. The origin of the list is unclear and there have been disputes with regards to what the eighteen ...
Chuojiao
Chuōjiǎo (Chinese: 戳腳; pinyin: Chuōjiǎo; literally: "poking foot") is a Chinese martial art that comprises many jumps, kicks, and fast fist sequences. The fist and feet work in unison and ...