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Chinese Laoshan Shaolin Kungfu

                
Shaolin FistTaiji QigongMantis BoxingSandaWing ChunBagua PalmWudangXingyi FistBaji Fist

Kung Fu Master


Venerable Shi Yongxin is the current principal abbot of the Shaolin Temple in Henan Province. He was born in Anhui Province in Yingshang County. At the request of his parents, he entered monastic life at the age of 16 at Shaolin Monastery, and received full precepts in 1984. At the age of 22, he became the heir-apparent to the abbotship of Shaolin after completing his education at various Buddhist colleges, and a Dharma gathering was held in Songshan Shaolin Monastery between August 19 and 20, 1999 for Yongxin to formally take office as Shaolin Abbot.He is the thirteenth successor after Shi Xingzheng. He is the Chairman of the Henan Province Buddhists Association, Vice Chairman of the Buddhist Association of China, a representative of the Ninth National Peoples Congress and also the first Chinese monk ever to get a MBA degree. Yongxins duties are scholarly which involves presiding over large ceremonies at Shaolin.



Wu Hai-Lei,37 years old, president of China Laoshan Shaolin Kung Fu International College,a member of Chinese Wushu Association, seven sections of Chinese martial arts, National "Grade 1" Warrior, National "Grade 1" Coach,Wushu bachelor of Shandong Sport University. He worked hard on Kung Fu for over 30 years.He is a master of noble nature.He is a Martial artist with more than 20 years Teaching experience.He studied from Master Ren He to learn Shao Lin Kung Fu, majoring in Shaolin Arhat Boxing, Tongbei Quan, Hsiao Hung Chüan", "Ta Hung Chüan", long box, Plum Blossom Praying Mantis Boxing,Shao Lin Gun,Shao Lin Dao,Shao Lin Sword,Sanda,Hard Qi Gong, Nunchaku wing chun etc.

 He entered Shandong Sport University at 16 years old. He learned Sanda from Zhai Shoutao-National Sanda champion.In 1994,he won the first in Shan Dong"Tai Shan Cup" Sanda 60kg match.In 1995,he won the second in Shandong first session "Bear Cup" Sanda 65 kg match.In 1996,he won the first in Shandong "Jiang Nan Cup"Sanda Tournament 65 kg match.In 1997, ,he won the first in Shandong Sanda Tournament 65 kg match.In 1999,he won the first in Beijing "Yun Fei Cup" National Sports College 65kg Match.

 After 20 years old,he walked all over the famous mountains and temples and visited all majors and folk Kung Fu Masters.By absorbing the best of major Kung Fu sects,he finally formed his own unique teaching style and warmly welcomed by students from all over the world.

 Wu Hai Lei is now president of Laixi Wushu Association,also president of Tai Chi Plum Blossom Praying Mantis Boxing Association.He once visted many countries to attend matches,perform and give lectures.His disciples come from all over the world,such as Korea,Japan,Russia,USA,France,UK,Australia and so on.



Ren Ri Qin,60 years old, head coach of Laoshan Shaolin Kung Fu International College,member of China Wushu Association, 8th dan in Chinese Wushu.He learned martial arts at an early age.He learned small chariot wheel fist, little tiger-swallow fist, big tiger-swallow fist,and praying mantis fist from his uncle. After a few years,he went to Shao Lin Temple to learn KUNG FU: including shaolin long fist, Tai Chi, Tai Chi Push Hands, broadsword, spear, sword and staff.Right now,he mainly studies Tai Chi for Health, eight extremes fist, chi kung, Acupuncture and Moxibustion and Tuina, Massage and so on.With more than 50 years experience,he attended many international and domestic Kung Fu matches,won a number of ChampionShips.His disciples come from all over the world,such as USA,UK,France,Russia,Italy,Sweden,Finland,Korea,India and so on.

Liu Bo, martial monk of the 32nd generation,also a member of China Wushu Association,majored in ShaoLin Kung Fu and chi kung,He learnt Shao Lin Kung Fu from his cousin.He went to Shaolin Temple to learn Shaolin Kung Fu from Master Shi Yong Xin.He trained hard until he was 20 years old, majoring in Through the Back Fist, Chaoyang Fist, Da Hong Fist, Small Hong Fist, praying mantis fist, Form & Intention Fist,Shao Lin Weapon,Shao Lin Hard Qigong and Wu Dang Kung Fu.In 2005,he won the first in Shan Dong Wu Shu Match.In 2006,he got the golden medal in China VS Korea Sanda Competition.In 2007,he attended and won the first in Shandong Wushu Match.In 2011,he attended and got the gold medal in the first international praying-mantis boxing competition.His disciples come from UK,Germany,France,USA,Sweden and other countries.

Li Jian,Master Shi Yan jian is a 34nd generation monk of the Shaolin Temple. He came to Shaolin Temple to study traditional shaolin Kung fu when he was young and stayed there until he was 18. He is very skilled at traditional shaolin fist forms,they are Shaolin Xiaohong Chuan,Xiaopao Chuan, Qixing Chuan,etc, as well as animal styles,such as tiger form, Meihua mantis fist, eagle form etc and baji and tanglang,straight sword and staff, etc and Chi Na. He have been to many countries for kung fu performance and teaching with rich teaching experiences,and he won for many times in China Kung Fu competitions, and got the good achievements on Shaolin Sword,staff and fist forms.



Chinese Cultural

Chinese Philosophy and Thought

The three pillars of chinese philosophy are embodied through Daoism,Buddhism and confuscianism.With such a long history and significant social and cultural developing, you can imagine there are endless amounts of literature available. Here are some links to the literature that we view as valuable to gain a taste of. Its impossible to gain an appreciation simply by student the texts below since they have through time influenced society into a realm of their own. Only by living it would one grasp there application, yet even so their importance is not to be denied.

 

Buddhism Daoism Confucianism Other Classics
+ Xin Jing | 心经
+ Jingang Jing | 金刚经
+ Lengqie Jing | 楞伽经
+ Dabei Zhou | 大悲咒
+ Daode Jing | 道德经
+ Zhuang Zi | 庄子
+ TaipPing Jing | 太平经
+ Qingjing Jing | 清静经
+ Baopu Zi | 抱朴子
+ Analects | 论语
+ Meng Zi | 孟子
+ Mo Zi | 墨子
+ Zhuang Zi | 庄子
+ Zhouyi - Yi Ching | 周易
+ Sun Zi Bin Fa | 孫子兵法
+ Shi Jing | 诗经



Chinese History and important events

China is a historic country.It has a rich history thats turbulent. For the passing 2,000 years it has been ruled by foreign powers , had constant battles over land and power, was segregated into smaller states with minimal national control, had rebellion after rebellion for freedoms, had leaders who started for the people but ended up like imperialists once power became them, had the western powers trying to trade anything for a piece of its richness and finally required like the rebellions that had so failed before the common people together to make one nation again and then over 50 years of having started again has returned to its place as the Middle Kingdom, developing at an impressive rate but with an attitude of common understanding and peaceful resolutions whilst ensuring that no insurgency happens again. Below, there are links on general chinese history and then the highlighted parts are predominantly from Wikipedia of what we consider key bits to know . The rebellions are noted given that often there is interplay with so called "martial arts" of the time.

 

 

Reference Sites Imperialism Peoples Uprisings Comments
+ Wikipedia
+ Wertz Chinese History
+ Poon Chinese History
+ Chinavoc
+ Chinaknowledge
+ China History Forum
+ Qin Dynasty
+ Han Dynasty
+ Three Kingdoms
+ Tang Dynasty
+ Liao Dynasty
+ Song Dynasty
+ Jin Dynasty
+ Yuan Dynasty
+ Ming Dynasty
+ Qing Dynasty
+ Emperors in History
+ Emperor Potraits
+ Red Eyebrow
+ Yellow Turban
+ 5 Pecks of Rice
+ Huang Chao
+ Red Turban
+ Ming Rebellion
+ Li Zicheng
+ White Lotus
+ Wang Lun Uprising
+ 8 Trigrams Uprising
+ Taiping
+ Nian Rebellion
+ Du Wenxiu
+ Yi He Tuan
+ Peoples Republic
+ On Martial History



Chinese Language


There are about 40,000 characters in Chinese written language, of those about 10,000 are actually applied in common times and knowledge of 4,000 characters is enough to get by on. If the characters were not difficult enough there are hundreds of dialects, the key dialect groups include Wu (of which subsets like Hu (Shanghainese), Suzhou and Wuxi are example derivatives), Min split into Minbei (Min Dong, Min Zhong and Puxian) from Fuzhou areas (North Fujian) and Min Nan (South Fujian) which includes Hokkien, Amoy, Hainanese and Teochew, the there is Gan Northern (south Anhui, north Jiangxi) and Southern Gan (south Jiangxi and Some of Guangdon) and Hakka, Then there is Yue (Cantonese, Toi San Wah, Peng Wah) and Mandarin (which there are variations like in Dongbe, Zhongyuan (central Plains), Beijinghua and then standard Mandarin. Then noting that on top of the script and dialects, chinese is a tonal language where tones (excluding neutral tones) like there are 4 (Mandarin), 7 (Hokkien) and 9 (Cantonese) as examples. Then Wu dialects have a base of 5 tones, but with dynamic changes so that the pitch high or low can play a part. With so much tonal works no wonder Chinese can sound noisy, speak up or we may not catch watch you are saying. Now to make this even more interesting what most people recognise as Chinese (Han), in China there are another 55 or more ethnic nationalities (Zhuang, Manchu, Hui, Miao, Uyghur, Tujia, Yi, etc), they have their own complete languages again (some have lost script and adopted chinese characters). In this section we also give links to tools that can help with chinese language and some elearning sites as well. Why all the chinese - well some very local styles only make sense in their own dialect so knowing mandarin would not be always sufficient to grasp what the local village master is trying to convey.

 

About Tools elearning Comments
+ Languages and Dialects
+ Writing
+ Calligraphy
+ Chinese Tools
+ Speak Chinese
+ Mandarin
+ Cantonese
+ Hakka
+ Hokkien
+ On Language through time



Chinese Geography and Anthropology


With so much history and so many cultures, where to begin to understand a country like China. Well the next category in the article is about places and our focus is on a Capitals of Empires (often holds aspects unique to those empires of the past and thus history/culture etc) and then places of historical significance, these could be from our perspective relating to maybe religions (mountains), martial arts or even some spectacular natural wonder or beauty. Lastly, some rare places now recognised as "wushu zhi xiang" (villages/places with a high concentration of martial arts practice), which is a popular destination whenever we have time to go to China. Now again the list by no means exhaustive but more of a bit of flavor to get you started, the rest hopefully youll explore by your own interest later. If you have questions about specific styles and their potential "Wushu Zhi Xiang", please email to us and we will try to help out, as we are pretty well versed with such areas.

 

Capitals of China throughout History Historical Importance Wushu zhi xiang Comments
+ Anyang
+ Beijing
+ Chengdu
+ Datong
+ Hangzhou
+ Kaifeng
+ Luoyang
+ Nanjing
+ Xian
+ Yecheng
+ Nationalities + Qingdao, Shandong
+ Nan Miao, Jiangxi
+ Heze, Shandong
+ Quanzhou, Fujian
+ Boshan,Shandong
+ Gaoyang, Hebei
+ Shenzhou, Hebei
+ Zhangshu, Jiangxi
+ Fengcheng, Jiangxi
+ Wen Xian, Henan
+ On Capitals
+ On Historical Places
+ On Martial Arts Villages



China Qingdao Laoshan Shaolin Kung Fu International College

 

 


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It is an ideal place for learning Shaolin Kung Fu,which is one of the most professional Shaolin kungfu traing colleges.Our college main courses are Shaolin Kungfu,Tai Chi Chuan,Qi Gong,Martis boxing,free combat,Wing Chun,Eight Trigram palm,Imitation boxing and so on,and all of courses are Personally taught by Shaolin monks.

 Laoshan Mountain area was home to the second largest Quanzhen Group of Taoism in history. At the height of its prosperity, there were 9 palaces, 8 temples, and 72 nunneries. The Taoists from Laoshan Mountain were well known for their religious knowledge, legendary skills and stories. Two famous Taoists during this time were Mr. Qiu Changchun and Mr. Zhang Sanfeng. Our college is located in the east of China,north of Qingdao City.It takes about 30 minutes that our college to Qingdao International Airport.There are many scenic spots and historical sites surround our college.Welcome learners from all over the world to study Shaolin Kungfu in our college.
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Laoshan Mountain lies in the east of Qingdao City. Among all the famous Chinese mountains it is the only one that shoots up directly from the seaside. The coastline around Laoshan Mountain extends 87 kilometers. The coastline is dotted with 18 islands, forming a marvelous view. Walking along the stone board path up to the mountain, you will find the blue sea at one side while pine and stones are on the other side. Laoshan Mountain.

 Laoshan Mountain is famous for its Taoist experience. Some emperors of the Qin Dynasty and the Han Dynasty used to visit Laoshan Mountain,which Coated Laoshan Mountain with a layer of mystery. In 1982,in the name of Qingdao scenic resort,it is Approved by the State Council as the first list of state-level scenic spots.

 On January 14, 2011,Laoshan mountain was named national AAAAA-level scenic spots.



Laoshan Taiqing Palace(also named Xiaqing Palace) was first built in the year 140BC,it is the biggest Taoist palace and has got the longest history among all the temples and palaces in the Laoshan Mountain. It is famous for "Taoism fairy land", with an area of 30,0 00 square meters and 2500 square meters building areas. In total, there are 140 rooms and 3 separate yards inside Taiqing Palace.

 There are many scenic spots around Taiqing Palace Taoism Temple: Shewnshui Spring, Longtou Yu, and Stone Inscriptions are among some of them. There are odd shaped stones, imposing cliffs and caves in Laoshan Mountain. The roads are curved and uneven. Many clear springs and waterfalls dot the areas of Laoshan Mountain。Of these, "Tianyi Spring" is on the way to the main peak. Other springs are "Shenshui Spring" of Taiqing Palace "Tao Temple" and "Shenshui Spring" of Shang Qing Palace Tao Temple. Laoshan mineral water is a specialty of Laoshan Mountain. It is said to possess miraculous disease curing powers.



Qingdao lies in the south of shandong peninsula,covering an area of 10654 square kilometers, Qingdao has a total household registered population of 7.6156 million.Qingdao lies in the north temperate monsoon region. Qingdao has a temperate monsoon climate. Due to the regulation of marine environment and the effect of southeast monsoon, ocean current and water mass, the urban areas have distinctive features of marine climate: humid air, moderate temperature, not very hot weather in summer and not very cold weather in winter,with an average temperature of 12.2 degrees. Qingdao is surrounded by the sea on three sides,the sea is its charm.Zhan Qiao is like a buffalo, Stretching its neck into the sea.On the bridge head,there is a "Hui Lan Pavilion",which is aantique octagonal two-storyed pavilion. When you ascend the top of the pavilion and have a far view into the blue sea,it seems like you have boarded a ship and travelling in the sea. Laoshan stands on the Yellow Sea in East China. It is very grand, beautiful and steepy. Since ancient times, legend goes that many celestial beings live here. Now, many Taoists and Buddhists cultivate themselves here. Many VIP and scholars had visited the beautiful rivulets, steep peaks and beautiful coastal。 Its advantageous natural scenes and luscious human scenes offer unique situations for its tourism.

Qingdao,as a modern international city, is marching forward to the 21sf century.Qingdao has successfully held 2008 Summer Olympics sailing events,Qingdao beer has has become a well-known brand name and enjoys a wide reputation both nationally and internationally, every year, Tsingtao beer city every year receives tens of thousands of friends all over the world.



Here is the specific address to the academy in English.


Laoshan Shaolin Kung Fu International College

Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China.

Postal Code: 266600

 

Chinese address:

  青岛崂山少林功夫国际学院

  中国山东省青岛市

  邮编:266600

  Telephone: 0086-182-5429-6936

  Fax: 0086-532-88403278

  E_mail: 18766200008@163.com  



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