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February 19, 2024
Unveiling the Essence of Wushu: An Interview with Master Bao Kang Jian

Discover the essence of Wushu through the eyes of Master Bao. From his roots in Xinyi to training at Shaolin Temple, delve into his Wushu journey, the the mission of Maling Shaolin Kung Fu, and the transformative power of martial arts. My name is Bao Kang Jian. I was born in Xinyi City, Jiangsu Province, […]

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February 19, 2024
Why Kung Fu? In-depth Student Interview with Kung Fu Master Bao

What makes Shaolin Kung Fu unique? What is the true purpose of this martial art? Is it ever too late to start Kung Fu? We sit down with Master Bao, a veteran practitioner of Chinese martial arts, to find out about his journey in Kung Fu, its philosophy, and more. About Kung Fu What is Kung […]

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February 13, 2024
Chinese Legends: The Love Story of Bai Suzhen and Xu Xian

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. While there have been many versions of the story over the centuries, the basic tale holds true. It is a captivating story of forbidden love, […]

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February 8, 2024
The Birth of The Shaolin Temple: Unraveling the Formation of Shaolin Temple

Introduction 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 […]

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February 8, 2024
Year of the Dragon: Unveiling the Rich Tradition of Chinese Lunar New Year

Introduction 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. As families come together to usher in the new year, streets […]

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September 29, 2023
Traditional Chinese Festivals The Mid-Autumn Festival

The Mid-Autumn Festival (Zhong Qiu Jie 中秋节), also known as the Moon Festival, is indeed 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 […]

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