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Kungfu Performance

Dances and entertainment were created by man as man become more skillful in hunting and warfare. These early dances were recorded to be imitations of animals. The early relationship between fighting and dance moves can be seen in the marital dance called The Dance with Shield and Axe. Wrestling was also practiced between soldiers in Butting with Horns. By the end of this period, unarmed combat was an advanced skill with several methods of attack, defense, feints and counter-attack. Fencing was also common. The Shaolin monks studied Chinese Kung Fu, which was defined at that time as any of the various Chinese martial arts.
The Shaolin Kung Fu is particularly known for the different moves named after animals: Dragon, Tiger, Crane, etc. Kung Fu, meaning ability, was originally used by the West by a Jesuit Missionary named Pere Amoit; however, today, Wushu is the terminology that is better used to describe Chinese martial arts. Here is some guide information about Kung Fu Performance. Hong Ju Chang  Address: No.44, Xinfu Street, Worker’s cultural Palace, Chongwen District  Openg hours: 19:30-20:15  Contact Number:86 10 51652145

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