Cute children display Mandarin Duck Mantis Boxing
Mandarin Duck Mantis Boxing (Yuanyang Tanglang Boxing): Cute children display Mandarin Duck Mantis Boxing. So lovely!
Mantis Boxing (Tanglang Quan) is a classical Chinese martial system founded in Shandong, most likely during the Kangxi
reign (1662-1722) of the Qing Dynasty. The style’s foundation is attributed to alleged anti-Qing rebel Wang Lang, who
in popular folklore is said to have created it after observing a mantis attacking and killing a cicada. The historical
accuracy of the foundation legend (and its multiple variants) is tenuous at best, but the system is said to have been
passed down by the monks of Laoshan for almost one hundred years before transmission beyond the temples of the
Qingcheng martial art (Qingcheng Kung Fu): powerful like a pin tree and fast like the wind. See the really Qingcheng Kung Fu!
Qingcheng Mountain in Sichuan province is one of the earliest and most important centers of Taoism. Over the millennia
the 36 peaks of Qingcheng Mountain have been home to hermits, outlaws, monks, priests, and many temples. From these
sources, many unique styles of martial arts have developed. #kungfu #Chineseculture
Amazing traditional artwork of Liuli (coloured glaze) in Beijing
Sugar Painting: See traditional Chinese sugar painting! Unique skill you've never seen before!
Sugar Painting is a traditional Chinese form of folk art using hot, liquid sugar to create two dimensional figures. This snack is popular among children. Selecting a figure is normally determined by spinning the arrow on a wheel.
Olive nut carving: excellent craftsman's work
One olive nut, few strokes, make a whole new world.
Ming Dynasty post Wei Xueyi once wrote: There is a skillful master who carves pavilions, people, beasts, and trees on a single nut, size of a finger tip. An olive nut carries serenity and peace of mind. Vessel is the most common motif. There are over twenty knives carve different features.[ Editor: zyq ]