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Ip Man (film) - Plot
... Ip Man is set in the 1930s in Foshan, a hub of Southern Chinese martial arts, where various schools actively recruit disciples and compete against each ... Although the Wing Chun master Ip Man is the most skilled martial artist in Foshan, he is unassuming and keeps a low profile ... his wife is often resentful of the time he spends training and discussing martial arts with friends and colleagues ...
Tongbeiquan - Tongbei Throughout The World
... Chinese martial arts Styles Styles of Chinese martial arts List of Chinese martial arts Techniques Kick Punch Throw Joint lock (Chin Na) Pushing hands Practical striking Sanshou Practical grappling Shuai jiao Wushu ...
Chinese Martial Arts - Notable Practitioners
... See also Category Chinese martial artists and Category Wushu practitioners Examples of well-known practitioners (武术名师) throughout history Yue Fei (1103–1142 CE) was a famous Chinese general and ... century) was the legendary female founder of many Southern martial arts such as Wing Chun, Dragon style and Fujian White Crane ... Yang Luchan (1799–1872) was an important teacher of the internal martial art known as t'ai chi ch'uan in Beijing during the second half of the 19th ...
Styles Of Chinese Martial Arts - Geographical Classifications
... The traditional dividing line between the northern and southern Chinese martial arts is the Yangtze River ... A well known adage concerning Chinese martial arts is the term "Southern fists and Northern kicks" (「南拳北腿」) ... This saying emphasizes the difference between the two groups of Chinese martial arts ...
British Council For Chinese Martial Arts
... The BCCMA -- British Council for Chinese Martial Arts—is a governing body for Chinese Martial Arts in the United Kingdom ...

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    As yet her conduct has been great both as a free and as a martial nation. We hope it will continue so, and finally baffle all her enemies, who are in fact the enemies of human nature.
    James Madison (1751–1836)