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KUNG FU in REALITY - SHAOLIN Style

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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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.

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Shaolin big flood kung fu combat methods

Shaolin kung fu big flood form (大洪拳: da hong quan),
instructor: monk Deyang, from Shaolin temple

- combat strategy:
this form teaches offensive covering. the saying is pilfer a goat on the way (顺手牵羊), try to do some offensives while advancing and retreating. this involves a continuous flood of sweeping moves of the arms and even the legs as offensive covers to attack the opponent while protecting your body. this is the main tactic of Shaolin big flood form.

- history:
Zhao Kuangyin (赵匡胤), who later became the first emperor of the Song dynasty (960-1279), gave Shaolin temple a series of notes on the combat styles that he practiced. Shaolin monks edited one of his styles to develop the 'big hong quan'.

- note: there are various other forms and styles named small or big 'hong quan' in Chinese kung fu, and they are historically and technically different from Shaolin hong quan. these are just different styles with similar names.
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Shaolin big power kung fu

Shaolin kung fu power style (炮拳: pao quan),
instructor: monk Yongxin, from Shaolin temple

- combat strategy:
this style teaches tactics of using power. the saying is use fire to plunder (趁火打劫), panic the opponent to force him yield. this is mostly done by abundant power in your moves. one way to increase power is to use the dead corpse (借尸还魂), use unused parts of your body. this has 2 main examples: 1. use whole your body to generate power, 2. instead of using just one arm in attack or defense, use both your arms together or in close succession. these multiply power in your moves, which is of great use specially against stronger opponents. these 2 are the main tactics of Shaolin power style.

- history:
there are historical records that Shaolin monks performed a pao chui (cannon hammer) style in an exhibition in presence of the first Tang dynasty (618-907) emperor. however, pao quan was first officially compiled in the early Song dynasty (960s AD) under the supervision of chief monk Fuju (福居). in the late Yuan dynasty (1279-1368), monk Jinnaluo (紧那罗) improved this pao quan form. this was the 'small pao quan'. in the mid Qing dynasty (1644-1912), the early 1800s, monk Zhanju (湛举) combined pao quan techniques into a base of small and big hong quan, tong bi quan, luohan quan, and some other materials to create the 'big pao quan'. specially, there was a set called Shaolin xinyi ba, which is still widely practiced in Dengfeng area around Shaolin temple. this set imitates daily and farming activities by combining standing and small-frame stances with the pounding moves of the arms and fists, which use whole the body to generate explosive power. Zhanju combined xinyi ba moves into the small and big pao quan and perfected them.

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Shaolin small Buddha kung fu

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

- combat strategy:
this style teaches tactics of avoidance and camouflage. in Shaolin kung fu, 'Zen Buddhism and martial art unite (禅拳合一)'. in the Buddha style, moves are hidden behind Buddhists' 'Amituofo! (阿弥陀佛)' salute and other holy postures of the enlightened Buddhists (which are called 'luohan' in Chinese and 'Arhat' in Sanskrit). Amituofo is the prayer for infinite life, infinite light, and infinite wisdom, as both a virtue to credit respect and prohibit violence and also a defensive/offensive camouflage. the saying is watch fires from the far side of the river (隔岸观火), that is, avoid engagement in violence as far as possible. in a confrontation, 'peace is better than victory, retreat rather than engage, avoid rather than oppose, deflect rather than block, block rather than hurt, hurt rather than wound, wound rather than kill, because life is precious, and a life lost is lost forever.' the beauty tactic (美人计) is about camouflaging with inoffensive, friendly means. for defense, golden cicada sheds its shell (金蝉脱壳), change the appearance of your moves so that they do not attract opponent's attention, and for offense, hide the knife behind a smile (笑里藏刀), hide your offensive moves behind inoffensive masks. these involve fully 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 offensive and defensive moves hidden to the last moment. these 4 are the main tactics of Shaolin Buddha style.

- history:
Shaolin monks developed luohan quan as the earliest style based on the luohan 18 hands in the earlier eras of Shaolin temple. at the beginning of the Song dynasty in the 960s AD, this style was first officially recorded into the 'Shaolin kung fu manual' by chief monk Fuju (福居). ever since, it has been considered as the purest and most representative style of Shaolin kung fu.

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Shaolin small flood kung fu B

Shaolin kung fu small flood form (小洪拳: xiao hong quan),
instructor: monk Deyang, from Shaolin temple

- combat strategy:
this form teaches defensive covering. the saying is cover up from the sky to cross the sea (瞒天过海), keep covering yourself (i.e., your attacking limbs, your head, chest, stomach, knees, and other vital parts) while attacking and defending, advancing and retreating. this involves a continuous flood of sweeping moves of the arms and even the legs as defensive covers to protect your body. this is the main tactic of Shaolin small flood form.

- history:
in the final few years of the Jin dynasty (1115-1234), monk Jueyuan (觉远), with permission of chief monk Hongwen (洪温), traveled across the country to collect new information. in Lanzhou, the capital city of Gansu province, he met master Li Sou (李叟), who came to Shaolin together with his son and master Bai Yufeng (白玉峰) from Luoyang city at Jueyuan's invitation. Li Sou and his son were masters of a local hong quan style. they had a long hong quan form, which is still practiced at some areas around Shaolin under its original name big hong quan or as old-frame hong quan. during their stay at Shaolin, they made a smaller version of this form by combining their style with internal and external styles of Shaolin temple, and this form was called the 'small hong quan'.

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