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“MiZong”

Mar
12
2017

Mizong Jia: Shaolin Mizong Kung Fu style

Here’s a pop quiz (no cheating!) What style is the inspiration for the two films, “The Chinese Connection” (with Bruce Lee) and “Legend” (with Jet Lee)? Want a hint? This style is associated with Kung Fu Master Huo YuanJia, Head Instructor of the famous Ching Woo Association. Ok, so the title of this post gives […]

Sep
5
2016

From Taiwan: An Old Frame and a Lost Track

There are a lot of well meaning martial practitioners out there that have probably never posed in front of a camera. They make honest, traditional and studied demonstrations of each particular style. Despite the special qualities of the style, the survey of their forms may be tepid and self-conscious. No disrespect to them, they did […]

Mar
2
2014

About Adam Hsu

Rarely has an instructor in a field like Chinese Martial Arts (CMA) had such a wide influence. Adam Hsu, within the first year of coming to the West, was singularly honored by being voted Instructor fo the Year simultaneously in the two major martial magazines, competitors at that, Black Belt and Inside Kung Fu. This […]

Mar
2
2014

Exclusive Interview: Adam Hsu

Interview with Shifu Adam Hsu on his book: Lone Sword Against a Cold Cold Sky   Q: How do you see the place of reading in the study of Kung Fu? A: Reading is important, as in any other body of discipline. Initially you can go to a lot of different sources: study directly from […]

Sep
28
2012

A Lost Track Master Who Hasn’t Lost It

…This was a great boon to martial artists because these videos were not even available to people living in China, much less to foreigners…

Dec
18
2011

QA: Mizong Stances

I’d like to pass a query to Ted, if that would be possible: are the ma bu stances etc in Mizong as low as in other northern styles?   JS Dear JS, It’s nice to hear from you again. As far as your question, many practitioners do Mizong pretty low, like Shaolin. You don’t have to, […]

Oct
6
2010

Stock New and Returning…

NEW: The Method of the Internal Arts by You Zhi Qiong explores the author’s travels through the countries of Tai Chi, Bagua and Xing Yi and his essays and observations on the practice and perfection of the skills involved. Many modern issues including the overall discussion of exactly what is happening during internal practice are […]

May
9
2010

Product: Ambush, Explode, Split etc.

Here we present, for the first time, a new set

Mar
13
2010

Product: Notes On Liu Yun Chiao

There seems to be a growing and deepening interest in the legacy left by…

Jan
17
2009

Lost Track (MiZong), Yan Qing

Mi ZONG (Yan Qing) Boxing: The Lost Track Not every famous style thrives forever. Mi Zong for instance has been very popular for a long period of Chinese history even extending beyond China’s borders. Yet now Mi Zong is has become less common and “pure” Mi Zong rarer still.