Travel Photography Photos tagged as kungfu
I'm the guy on the far left
My gold medal from the kungfu competition in Yantai. Not as impressive as it sounds, I think the competition was sponsored by a gold medal manufacturer. Everyone had one.
The nunchuck crew. I thought being in a gang of nunchuck wielding martial artists might be exciting till I met these guys. 13 bottles of Redbull for the main stage please!
Lining up to be introduced. We stand there for half an hour till someone calls our name over the tanoi, then we wave. Thrilling times.
Me busting a low Mantis Stance in one of my brand new kungfu suits.
Me in an Eagle Stance wearing one of my brand spanky new kungfu suits.
Me pulling Crane Spreads its Wings from Tai Chi whilst wearing one of my super brand new kungfu suits.
That's Kunyu Shan in the background.
Settled in, put posters up now. Note the frosty window just starting to thaw.
Me n' the Qu man busting some moves up on the mountain :)
Not really the weather for it :P
The Kungfu school in the snow. Pretty ain't it.
Me outside the newly refurbished school building.
All the staff and students present at the exam.
All the Kungfu posse, from left to right; Fiona (translator), Harry, Kazim, Shlomit, Jamie, Qu Sifu, Hilary, Robin, Peter, Mark
Chen style Tai Chi Chuan: movements are well organized and created,combination of softness and hardness, powerful and relaxed force, technique of joint-locking and free fighting together.People are required to practice this routine with low posture and keeping the body straight. Also, there is emphasis on the attack of the enemy and neutralize the attack according the principle of Yin-Yang. This is why this style is very suitable to young people.