Fujian White Crane

Sifu Sergio presents Fujian White Crane by Sifu Lee Kong

Sifu Sergio presents Fujian White Crane by Sifu Lee Kong

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Real White Crane Kung Fu - Top 10 Crane Fighting Moves!

Real White Crane Kung Fu - Top 10 Crane Fighting Moves! White Crane Kung Fu also called Fu Jian Southern Crane Gong Fu. White Crane or Crane Kung Fu is fast, smooth, and focuses on using our finger tips, forearms, and bones to strike our opponent. Chopping, hacking, flicking, beaking, and of course kicks are all incredible attributes of White Crane Style Kung Fu or Martial Arts!

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White Crane Fist vs Wing Chun.

The history of the appearance of The White Crane Fist and Wing Chun is similar. In both names it is a style created by a nun,
who was watching a crane and according to her observation she created a style using flexible force. The movements in both styles are very similar. What is the reason and how are these two styles connected? Today you will know the answer.
The Master of Style Wuzu Quan, Chinese martial arts historian, the author of dozens of books – Zhou Kun Min, will tell you the whole truth.

Fujian White Crane Kung Fu 40th Anniversary Celebration

Relive the wonderful evening in September when the club came together with hundreds of family and friends to celebrate 40 Years of training.

Yongchun Baihe - Yongchun White Crane Boxing - [永春白鹤拳]

White Crane boxing is thought to have originated in Yongchun County, Fujian province. This rare video from the 1980's shows footage of Yongchun White Crane Boxing.

In Ming Dynasty during the years of Jia Zheng (嘉政), there were twenty-four people from my town -Yong Chun (永春)- setting off to the exterior of North Gate of the Fu Zhu Family in Fu Jian Sheng (福建省福宁府北門外). Their mission was to learn the martial arts of Bai He(白鶴拳法) from Fang Qi Liang (方七娘), the daughter of Mr. Fang Cheng (方撐). They had learnt from her for two years. My ancestor, Pan Dui Jin (潘堆金) was one of the twenty-four members. He subsequently returned to Yung Chun to pass on this martial arts to Pan Sai Yu (潘賽玉)、Pan Da Ren (潘大壬)、Pan You Cheng (潘有成) and Pan Yue Zhao (潘月照). These five persons were proficient in Bai He, expert at the surgeries of broken tendons and blood clotting, and were renowned throughout the province. They had attracted quite a lot of pupils and later on had passed on their martial arts to Pan Dun Chi (潘敦池)、Pan Shen En (潘深恩)、 Pan Li Qiu (潘利秋) and Pan Zhen Tuan(潘貞團)。Pan Zhen Tuan is my elder uncle. When I was eleven years old, I followed him to learn Bai He and at the same time had practised duo-fighting for three years with my schoolmate, Huang Yi Bian (黃奕扁). When I was fifteen, I studied arteries and veins in Chinese medicine with Ruan Guo Xing (阮國興). When I was eighteen, I opened a dispensary for bone-fractures in Chi Shui Street (赤水街). When I was thirty-three, Yao Ming Qiao (姚明僑), the fifth son of the millionaire Yao Zhang(姚樟) who lived in the riverhead of Da Pu Fu(達埔洑) in Yong Chun, had donated money to the Ping Lu Province (平魯縣) in Guang Dong (廣東). As the province magistrate was very fond of martial arts, he invited me to teach martial arts in his two halls. In eighty days I was granted two hundred dollars. In 1928, when I was forty-seven, I set off for Nan Jing (南京) to participate in the examination for the First National Martial Arts, which had lasted for one month. Then Mr. Zhang Zhi Jiang (張芝江), the Head of the halls, personally urged me to travel to the areas around Malaya(南洋) to spread Chinese martial arts. Thanks to Mr. Zhang, I first arrived at Malaysia, and with the decision of Mr. Chen Jia Geng (陳嘉庚) I had led performances and taught in many states and provinces. Later on, a national martial arts school was found within the Singapore Commercial Remedial School, and I was appointed as the Acting Head for the national martial arts school and had coached eighteen (18) disciples. At that time there were totally three hundred and twenty (320) pupils. When I returned to my motherland, I had established a Chinese martial arts school for three years in the shrine of Weng Gong(翁公祠) in Wu Li Street (五里街) in Yong Chun. People of all walks of life in Yong Chun knew about it. Eventually, Pan Dun Chi (潘敦池)、Pan Shen En (潘深恩)、 Pan Li Qiu(潘利秋) and Pan Zhen Tuan(潘貞團), etc. went to teach in the major province Jiang Xi(江西省), and passed on the martial arts to quite a number of pupils.

- Narrated by Pan Xiao De(潘孝德) -

WHITE CRANE TUTORIAL

A description and demonstration of white crane protocol.

White Crane Taiwan 2017

Master Tseng Jin Ying in Taiwan 2017. At the age of 85 he still trains early each morning in the park. He is the last of his generation and a rarity amongst martial artists. Bernard Langan and myself travel to Taiwan each year to research and study the real internal White Crane that has influenced Goju Ryu Karate, Wing Chun and many more.
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The Fujian White Crane Kung Fu Club UK Competing In China, October 2014

In October 2014, Fujian White Crane Kung Fu Club sent a team to compete at an international traditional Martial Arts competition, in Fuquing, Fujian Province.

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Fujian white crane kung fu (Flying crane branch) students free sparring in Montreal, Canada. Traditional kung fu practices forms, two person sets, chi kung, weapons, conditioning and of course lot's of free fighting. We also have clubs in Laval, Quebec and in Poughkeepsie New york.

Tai Chi vs Pak Hok White Crane worst kung fu fight ever

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White Crane with Lorne Bernard

White Crane lineage holder Lorne Bernard demonstrates famous Flying White Crane style. Flying Crane makes use of both high and low kicks, yet has a marked preference for rapid hand techniques. It stresses empty-hand as well as weapons training, two-person sets, self-defense drills and free-sparring. This style's fierce pressure point attacks combined with rapid footwork and a no-nonsense approach make it a particularly effective, complete, and beautiful martial art.

For school information: For his excellent text and DVD on Shaolin White Crane:

White Crane Blocking Applications

White Crane Blocking Applications
This is a preview from our upcoming course on White Crane Blocking and Power Training Methods. Here we look at the principle behind the covering block from Shaolin White Crane Kung-Fu and explore how its application may enhance the effectiveness of a self-defense technique taught in Shaolin Kempo Karate.

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Grand-Master Lee Joo-Chian is the inheritor of the rare flying crane branch of Fujian (Fukien) white crane. Grand-master is demonstrating advanced seizing, if you would like to see intermediate level movements and weapons play, please see our other videos (
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Grand-maître Lee joo-chian est l'héritier de 4ième génération du style de la grue blanche de Fujian (style de la grue qui vole). Dans ces courts extraits il montre des saisies et attques avancés du système. Présenté par les académies white crane kung fu. Pour avantages d'informations veuillez consulter notre site au;

Fujian White Crane Kung Fu - We Train Everywhere (Fulham)

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Hakutsuru - The White Crane

White Crane form
Hilmar Fuchs

Southern Shaolin White Crane Kungfu - Nan-Shaolin-Kampfkunstzentrum Hamburg

Techniques and forms from the shaolin white crane tradition (Sifu Dr. Pan Chang An & Sifu Lee Kong).
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White Crane Blocking Strategy

In a recent class we explore some of the basic principles behind the method of blocking in white crane kung-fu.

Southern Shaolin-White Crane Fist

Very good performance for beginners and students of middle levels. At the same time, imho, it is good example how performing of taolu in haste results in lacking of Power. As for me, Wu-shu is not horeography on bones, but the method to obtain Light and Power...Whith great respect to performing taolu student...

Combat Application of White Crane Flaps Wings

Basic Tai Chi Chuan counters against striking, kicking, felling and gripping taught in a Fundamentals of Tai Chi Chuan course in St Petersburg, Florida in November 2012.

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