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instructor: monk Deyang, from Shaolin temple
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The term Kung Fu refers to the martial arts of China. Kung Fu originated in a place called the Shaolin Temple, where monks practiced Kung Fu for health and self-defense during their quest for enlightenment.
The first Shaolin temple was a Buddhist monastery built in 377 A.D. in the Henan province of China. In 527 A.D. a Buddhist prince, Bodhidharma, or Da Mo in Chinese, traveled to the temple for religious teaching, but found the monks weak and in poor health. To find a way to give the monks strength and vitality, Da Mo locked himself in a room for nine years of meditation. His resulting work, Yi Jin Jing, a series of exercises which developed strength, vitality, and internal energy, is considered the original Shaolin martial art.

Historically, Kung Fu in China was an integral part in the education of scholars and the leaders of government. The Chinese people placed great value in the practice of Kung Fu because they felt it taught respect, patience, humility, and morality.
Many Americans believe that Kung Fu is a term which describes a single martial art, much like Taekwondo, Judo, or Aikido. In reality, Kung Fu is a general term which includes hundreds of styles of Chinese martial arts. Some examples of Kung Fu styles are Long Fist, Eagle Claw, and Taiji Quan.

Another misconception is that Kung Fu is a soft style compared with Karate or other hard styles. This is not so: each Kung Fu style contains both hard and soft techniques. Also, many people believe that Kung Fu is an external style and Taiji Quan is an internal style. While most Kung Fu styles emphasize external development, all styles of Kung Fu contain both internal and external components.

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Shaolin big sun kung fu (zhao yang quan)

Shaolin kung fu sunny style (阳拳: yang quan),
instructor: monk Deyang, from Shaolin temple

- combat strategy:

this style teaches combining multiple moves. its main tactics are:

# tactic 17 of 36 - mud water to catch fish (混水摸鱼): combine moves together simultaneously, to dazzle the opponent, like the sun rays dazzling those facing the sun. for example, attack with 2 or 3 of your limbs (arms, legs, head, etc.) together at the same time.

# tactic 18 of 36 - chain tactic (连环计): chain moves together consequently, by one move force the opponent into a disadvantage, by your next move take the advantage. for example, attack opponent's upper/lower body to make him open his lower/upper body guard, then easily attack there; etc.

# tactic 19 of 36 - repair the way in the open, cross the city in the dark (明修栈道, 暗渡陈仓): combine overt moves with a covert attack. for example, while your upper body overtly attacks or defends to distract the opponent, your lower body covertly attacks simultaneously or consequently, or vice versa.

# tactic 20 of 36 - besiege enemy capital to rescue friendly city (围魏救赵): combine overt moves with a covert defense. for example, while your upper body is defending against the opponent, do an overt attack with your lower body to force him away, or vice versa.

these involve multiple upper and lower limbs move simultaneously or consequently.
- history:

# Qing dynasty (1644-1912):
in the early 1800s, monk Zhanju (湛举) created the 'small sunny form' (朝阳拳: chao yang quan, which means sunward style or morning sun) based on a combination of various other styles. he later improved the overall strategical level of the form and named it the 'big sunny form' (昭阳拳: zhao yang quan, which means bright sun, like the noon sun, which is brighter than the morning sun).
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Clarity. Confidence. Courage. These three ideals embody the tradition of Shaolin kung fu and the spirit of the Shaolin Kung Fu Training Center (SKFTC) in New York City.

In 2012, our school began a project to capture and demonstrate the essence of these principles. To accomplish this, we felt compelled to escape the busy confines of New York City and film in local state parks. We begin with Confidence, the state of trust in oneself and one's ability -- the ultimate manifestation of skill. Firmness. Assuredness. Hard work builds confidence and belief. Belief in one's practice and ability is an essential trait for executing kung fu movements, controlling weapons and moving through life. Confidence.

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Shaolin Buddha style (罗汉拳: luohan quan),
instructor: monk Dejun, from Shaolin temple

- combat strategy:

in Shaolin kung fu, 'Zen and martial art unite (禅拳合一)'. this style imitates the 'luohan' ('Arhat' in Sanskrit), the ones who have reached Buddhahood enlightenment. we call it Buddha style. this precious style teaches avoidance, camouflage, and covered action. its main tactics are:

# tactic 29 of 36 - watch fires from the far side of the river (隔岸观火): avoid engagement in violence as far as possible. in a confrontation, 'peace is better than victory, retreat rather than engage, avoid rather than oppose, parry rather than block, block rather than hurt, hurt rather than wound, wound rather than kill, because life is respectful, and a life lost is lost forever.'

# tactic 30 of 36 - beauty tactic (美人计): camouflage your moves to look inoffensive. for example, combine your attack or even defense with walking, turning, seating, or other usual postures to mask it.

# tactic 31 of 36 - hide the knife behind a smile (笑里藏刀): conceal your offensive move behind an inoffensive cover. let your attacking limb move behind another part of your body as mask, so that the opponent cannot recognize the form of your attack and react properly till the last moment.

# tactic 32 of 36 - golden cicada sheds its shell (金蝉脱壳): when the opponent stops your offensive move which is behind a cover, it just stops the cover and the cover parries opponent's block for the main attacking limb to continue.

these involve controlled moves to avoid, stop, or control the opponent rather than hurting him directly, and low stances, turns, twists, and cover-ups to keep the main moves hidden to the last moment.
- history:

# luohan quan is the purest and most representative style of Shaolin kung fu. Shaolin monks had developed it as the earliest style based on the luohan 18 hands in the earlier eras of Shaolin temple.

# early Song dynasty (960s AD):
however, it was at the begining of the Song dynasty that this style was first officially sorted out and recorded into the 'Shaolin kung fu manual' under the supervision of chief monk Fuju (福居).
- note: there are various other forms and styles named 'luohan quan' in Chinese kung fu, and they are different from Shaolin luohan quan. these are just different styles with similar names.
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In Chinese, Kung Fu can be used in contexts completely unrelated to martial arts, and refers colloquially to any individual accomplishment or skill cultivated through long and hard work.

The origins of Chinese martial arts can be traced over 6,000 years ago to self-defense needs, hunting activities and military training in ancient China.

Hand-to-hand combat and weapons practice were important components in the training of Chinese soldiers.

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The Japanese military hold a meeting to take over the Chinese martial arts school in Shanghai. The head General tells those in attendance that Japanese Karate is more than capable of defeating the weaker Chinese arts. The only source for any concern to the Japanese comes from the Ching-Wu school, so the General sends his eldest son, Yi, to deal with them.

Chen Lung (Bruce Le) is studying hard under his master guidance when he receives the news that his brother was killed by the Japanese. Swearing revenge at his brothers graveside, his anger grows even more intense when he is hassled by Japanese fighters looking for trouble.

Looking for revenge, Chen goes to challenge the General's son to a duel in un-armed combat. Chen is easily able to defeat Yi and issues a second challenge to the General himself.
Yi is unable handle the shame of defeat, and after the General disowns him, he takes his own life to abide by the Samurai way.

The General wants vengeance for the loss of his son and arranges for 5 top fighters from various Japanese schools to be chosen to deal with him. Fearing for his safety, Chen's master tells Chen to flee to Korea where he will be safe.

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