The love story of Bai Suzhen and Xu Xian, also known as "The Legend of the White Snake," is one of the most famous and enduring tales in Chinese folklore. It is a captivating story of forbidden love, supernatural beings, and the enduring power of love across lifetimes.

In the heart of Henan province, atop the mist-shrouded peaks of Songshan Mountain, lies the cradle of martial arts mastery and spiritual enlightenment—the Shaolin Temple. Beyond its reputation for Shaolin Kung Fu, the history of the temple reveals a tale of strategic foresight and a unique location that played a pivotal role in its formation.

Chinese Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is a time of vibrant celebrations, cherished traditions, and rich cultural heritage. Rooted in ancient customs and steeped in symbolism, this annual event marks the beginning of the lunar calendar in Chinese culture.

If you're delving into the world of martial arts, Kung Fu is a fantastic choice. It's not just about fighting proficiency; it's a way of life, combining physical skill with mental discipline and philosophy. In this guide, we'll explore the key techniques and traditions that every Kung Fu beginner should know.

Kung Fu, an ancient and revered form of martial arts, has captivated the world with its graceful yet powerful movements and its philosophy of discipline, perseverance, and inner strength. To truly master the art of Kung Fu is to embark on a journey that transcends mere physical skill, delving into the depths of one's mind and spirit.

Since we re-accepted international students in 2023, we have received quite a few inquiries asking if they could bring their kids to join our training program. Or they simply asked if kids can learn kung fu. The answer is "YES" . In China, there are kids starting to learn kung fu when they are only 4 or 5 years old. Not only kids can learn kung fu, but also they should be encouraged to do so.

The Mid-Autumn Festival (Zhong Qiu Jie 中秋节), also known as the Moon Festival, is a significant traditional Chinese festival. It falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, which usually corresponds to September or early October in the Gregorian calendar. This festival holds great cultural importance and has been celebrated for over 2,000 years.

If you are looking for a martial arts school in China, you have come to the right place. Our academy offers high quality training, with Masters who are real Shaolin Monks from the original Shaolin Temple in Henan Province. We specialize in teaching non-Chinese speaking people from all over the world.

China is the birthplace of kungfu, and the art has been developed over thousands of years. Until not too long ago, it actually wasn’t possible for just anyone to learn kungfu. The knowledge was only transferred within certain family lines or to those potential students who had proved themselves worthy to a kungfu Master. Today, wŭshù (literal translation of ‘Chinese martial arts’) is an Olympic sport and people from all over the world are welcome to learn kungfu with us in China.