Masters

  •  Chinese kungfu

    He began studying Plum Shuai Shou Mantis Style from Master Xu Wanlong when he was 10 years old. After a decade of hard work and effort, he became proficient in plum mantis style. But he felt that he has not fulfilled yet with the skills he learned and the

  •  Chinese kungfu

    Wang gang, male, The han nationality, In 1996, He followed master Song Yixiang, one of the top ten famous martial masters and martial artist, who has awarded the title of “magic legs” and he was also the 20th gengeration of ziwu gate in China. Later, he

  •  Chinese kungfu

    Master Shi Yan Kong is a 34th generation monk of Shaolin Temple. He joined the Shaolin Temple when he was 10 years old. During his training, he mastered traditional shaolin kung fu as well as modern martial arts,18 weapons and 12 Xiangxing fists (animal f

  •  Chinese kungfu

    Born in Qixia city he is a Shandong native and embodies the essence of its kung fu. Since his teenage years he has consistently involved himself in competitions wherever he went and in 2009 he was admitted to study at the prestigious Tianjin University of

  •  Chinese kungfu

    Master Li began learning martial arts from a folk master as a child. Since then he has been practicing martial arts for 25 years and teaching for 10. With a wealth of knowledge and teaching experience to use, he communicates very effectively with students