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The People's Republic in the title of this blog refers to a kung-fu school in Shandong province, China. The blog follows training in the school, including Shaolin Kung-fu, Chinese kickboxing and meditation.

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Latest Blog Posts for The People's Republic of Kung-fu

  • Why China?
    on Feb 13, 2015 in Uncategorized
    I never had the inclination to visit China until I decided to study Kung fu intensively. It never leapt out at me like the colourful nations of Africa. It struck me as a country difficult to grasp, forging ahead to world domination quietly, in the co...
  • What happens when chi meets photography?
    on Jan 7, 2015 in Uncategorized
    A fellow student at the school, Anthony Feoutis, is an avid photographer. A collection of Anthony’s photos are shown below to give some idea of life at the school, the quality speaks for itself. He can be found at: http://tony-f-photography.tum...
  • What happens when chi meets photography?
    on Jan 7, 2015 in Uncategorized
    A fellow student at the school, Anthony Feoutis, is an avid photographer. A collection of Anthony’s photos are shown below to give some idea of life at the school, the quality speaks for itself. He can be found at: http://tony-f-photography.tum...
  • Death by horse stance
    on Dec 12, 2014 in Uncategorized
    Training becomes the thread of your life. Wake up at 6, Tai Chi or meditation before breakfast at 7. Then soon enough the training schedule begins taking chunks out of your stamina and replacing it with chi. But it’s so rewarding, it becomes an...
  • Death by horse stance
    on Dec 12, 2014 in Uncategorized
    Training becomes the thread of your life. Wake up at 6, Tai Chi or meditation before breakfast at 7. Then soon enough the training schedule begins taking chunks out of your stamina and replacing it with chi. But it’s so rewarding, it becomes an...
  • Unadulterated killing machine
    on Dec 4, 2014 in Uncategorized
    A short note on the masters: whenever they show you anything they exert such explosive power, it’s alarming. Every one of them is of a small wiry build, their muscles must be the only known location of neutron stars on this planet. My master we...
  • Unadulterated killing machine
    on Dec 4, 2014 in Uncategorized
    A short note on the masters: whenever they show you anything they exert such explosive power, it’s alarming. Every one of them is of a small wiry build, their muscles must be the only known location of neutron stars on this planet. My master we...
  • Ever wanted to eat a chicken head?
    on Dec 1, 2014 in Uncategorized
    We sit in a restaurant, fans whiz above us and a sign on the wall proclaims this establishment class ‘C’, out of three classes. As we wait for our meal there is some speculation about what we have ordered. A friend asks for the wifi passw...
  • Ever wanted to eat a chicken head?
    on Dec 1, 2014 in Uncategorized
    We sit in a restaurant, fans whiz above us and a sign on the wall proclaims this establishment class ‘C’, out of three classes. As we wait for our meal there is some speculation about what we have ordered. A friend asks for the wifi passw...
  • Horses, chopstick forms and sunsets
    on Nov 19, 2014 in Uncategorized
    It feels the right time to give an overview of our schedule. There are three training sessions per day, two in the morning and one in the afternoon. Each training session starts with a 1km run, followed by stretching and warm up. The schedule below d...
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