San Huang Pao Chui Quan – a fist integrating softness and hardness

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San Huang Pao Chui Quan was introduced in North China’s Hebei Province during the late Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The most important feature of the fist is to refine oneself both internally and externally.

It focuses on breathing to improve inner strength. Through proper use of breathing and striking, it perfectly integrates softness and hardness. With dazzling and fast-changing moves, it demonstrates the power of kung fu. #kungfu #china

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