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“Wan Lai Sheng”

Feb
17
2017

One Good Return Deserves Another

This addition (or should I say re-addition) contains a few books that have been unavailable for years. We know that our cutomers are loyal, but even so, we’ve been surprised that people who’ve had these on their want list for more than five years (!) still want them the moment they become available again. These […]

Jan
17
2014

Three New (Old) Chinese Texts

a Shaolin trident set that looks a little like it was illustrated by a nephew of mine

Feb
4
2013

Wan Lai Sheng’s Six Harmony Boxing Style

Very sensible, well-structured and explosive style is documented with many forms and applications in this large book on the Wan Lai Sheng branch of the art.

Feb
28
2010

An Early Rebel

For a long time we’ve only been able to show this book in our free reference library…

Nov
27
2009

ZiRan Men (Tzu Ran Men)

Tzu Ran (more commonly spelled Zi Ran) Men (Fighting style) was first mentioned in the English language by Robert Smith. He tells of the style being invented by a dwarf known as Xu Xia Ke

Feb
3
2008

The Martial Arts of Wan Lai Sheng

  Wan Lai Sheng (also known as ChangQing or nick named XuanWei) was born in FuZhou, Hubei province. He graduated from PeiPing Agricultural University. He was known as a master of the Liu He (Six Harmony), Ziran (Natural) and Shaolin branches of martial arts. He was the disciple of Du XinWu, chief inheritor of the […]