Chinese Kung Fu Styles
Kung fu weapons Shaolin Kung Fu
Introduce Shaolin history, Shaolin Monks, and Shaolin Kung Fu.
Shaolin Quan or Shaolin Chuan originated in the Shaolin Temple on Mount Songshan at Dengfeng in Henan Province. It was named after the temple. The founder of the Shaolin Quan was said to be an Indian monk...

Shaolin temple, Shaolin warriors and Shaolin history
Shaolin monks and their pictures
Photos of Shi Xiaolong, a young famous Shaolin Kung Fu star in China
Shaolin Movies

Tai Chi Chuan
Introduce Tai Chi and Tai Chi Chuan, Tai Chi Chuan Styles, and Tai Chi Chuan Movements, with much pictures.

Tai Chi Chuan history and styles
Tai Chi and Tai Chi Chuan
Tai Chi Chuan Styles
Pictures of Tai Chi Chuan Movements illustrated by the Queen of Tai Chi Chuan - Gao Jiamin

Chinese Martial Arts Weapons (Chinese Kung Fu Weapons)
Kung fu weapons The ring is another Chinese Wushu weapon. It is circular in shape, about 30 cm in diameter, and made of metal with sharp blades around the outer rim...

Sparring in Chinese Martial Arts
Sparring is one participated in by two or more Wushu practitioners either unarmed or armed. The routines for sparring include such offence and defence techniques as kicking, wrestling, holding, beating, thrusting, chopping, lifting, axing, finger-hitting at certain parts of the body, jumping and leaping...