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  • Kongzhu, Chinese yo-yo
    Kongzhu, Chinese yo-yo Kongzhu, also known as the Chinese yo-yo, is made of the China’s signature plant - bamboo. It works as a diabolo spinning and buzzing like an acrobat on a string. Traditionally, Kongzhu is a folk game. In the north of China, people especially children like to play Kongzhu on festivals. During the ... Read more>>
  • Cricket Fighting, a traditional Chinese game
    Cricket Fighting, a traditional Chinese game Cricket fighting is a kind of sport involving the fighting of male crickets in China. Unlike most blood sports such as bullfighting and cockfighting, cricket fighting rarely causes injuries to the animals. To play the game, two crickets are matched up according to size, weight, and color. Both comb... Read more>>
  • Chinese Mahjong
    Chinese Mahjong Mahjong game is originated in China. A Qing Dynasty official created the modern version of mahjong during the period of Emperor Tongzhi (1861-1875). Similar to the Western card game, Chinese mahjong is a game of skill, strategy and calculation and involves a certain degree of chance. Similar games ... Read more>>
  • Qigong
    Qigong, Breathe the Power of Inner Strength Qi in China is the vital energy of the human body. Qigong is an activity centered on the Chinese Traditional Medicine Theory. Its primary stimulus was the search for longevity with the ultimate aim of immortality, which has entranced the Chinese mind for centuries. Qigong in China enjoys a long h... Read more>>
  • Chinese Weiqi
    Chinese Weiqi, the Game of Black and White Weiqi is the Chinese name for the classic board game usually known in English as Go. Called ‘yi’ in ancient China, the game has a history of over 3,000 years; it can be regarded as the originator of all ancient chess games. Weiqi is a strategic board game between two players respectively using bl... Read more>>
  • History of Chinese Kungfu
    A Brief History of Chinese Kungfu Chinese Kungfu is> It is estimated that Chinese Kungfu can be dated back to primeval society. At that time people use cudgels to fight against wild beasts. Gradually they accumulated experience of self defense. When Shang Dynasty (1600BC – 1046 BC) began, hunting was considered as an important m... Read more>>
  • Chinese Acrobatics
    Chinese Acrobatics, Great Performance Art in China The history of Chinese acrobatics As one of the traditional Chinese performing arts, Chinese acrobatics traces its history back to the Warring States Period. By the time of the Han Dynasty, the acrobatic art made great advance in both content and variety. Acrobatics were also part of village harv... Read more>>
  • Chinese Sport Cuju
    Cuju, the Forerunner of Modern Soccer In ancient China, Ju was a kind of rubber ball with leather skin outside and feather stuffed inside. Cuju means "kick the ball with foot". It was a popular sport played by ancient Chinese which is similar to today’s soccer game. History During the Warring States Period (476-221 BC), Cuju w... Read more>>
  • Taiji
    Taiji Quan (Shadow Boxing) Taiji Quan (Shadow Boxing), which can be used to self-defense and improve the corporeity and prevent and cure the illness, is a kind of traditional Chinese boxing with gentle and slow actions. It has a long history with various schools and wide popularity. Taiji Quan originated from the late Ming... Read more>>
  • Chinese Kungfu
    Know a Little about Chinese Kungfu Kungfu, (also known as Wushu or martial arts) is a traditional Chinese sports which has developed over a long historical period. It is probably one of the earliest and longest lasting sports which utilize both brawn and brain. The theory of Kungfu is based upon classical Chinese philosophy. As a ... Read more>>
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