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EMEI HUO LUNG KUNGFU

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AN INTERNAL EXTERNAL CIRCULAR COMLEX STYLE OF KUNGFU FROM EMEI MOUNTAINS , CHINA-
As its name suggests, the Emei School of Kung Fu originated from the Emei Mountain, a famous Buddhist Centre in Southwest China's Sichuan Province. It is sometimes listed…


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AN INTERNAL EXTERNAL CIRCULAR COMLEX STYLE OF KUNGFU FROM EMEI MOUNTAINS , CHINA-
As its name suggests, the Emei School of Kung Fu originated from the Emei Mountain, a famous Buddhist Centre in Southwest China's Sichuan Province. It is sometimes listed alongside Shaolin and Wudang as one of the three major schools of Chinese Kung Fu. But it is different from the other two in style. Shaolin boxing, whose emergence and development have been related to Buddhism, is characterised by leaps and falls and other vigorous, sweeping movements; Wudang exercises, which are of Taoist origin, emphasise the use of gentle movements against forceful ones; while the Emei school, which is said to be younger that those of Shaolin and Wudang, has assimilated the strong points of the two. In terms of theory, the Emei School advocates the combination of movement and stillness, and of internal and external exercises. It lays stress on both fitness building and the acquisition of practical skills for combat. It requires its follower to cultivate good moral qualities and use his combat skills mainly for defence.
EMEI FIRE DRAGON KUNGFU STYLE
Different stories are told about the origin of this kind of boxing. One story says that it was invented by a daughter of the late Emperor of the Ming Dynasty in collaboration with Gu Tinglin, a surviving adherent of the overthrown dynasty, while another says that it was evolved by an old Kung Fu master after observation of the fighting between two big monkeys in Emei Mountains.
A third story goes that during the Qing Dynasty an 80 year old elder of the Buddhist monastery in the Emei Mountains used this kind of boxing to fight a triumphant battle against suppressive Qing soldiers, following which its name spread far and wide.
A set of Fire Dragon Boxing consists of some 160 movements, mostly in the form of quick twists and turns of the waist and hips aided by nimble footwork. The exertion of force is based on qigong, by which one's vital energy is summoned up. In actual combat much attention is paid to taking advantage of an oncoming force exerted by the opponent. Index and middle fingers are used to attack vital points on the opponent's body so as to get the better of him.

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