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Archive for 'Chinese Martial Studies' Category

“Old Sports” in New China – Reporting the 1953 National Exhibition and Tournament

Mar 11th, 2019 by XIUART | 0

      The Source As part of my ongoing research on the role of the traditional martial arts within the creation of China’s public diplomacy strategy, I am reviewing several propaganda sources produced in the 1950s and 1960s.  …

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Judo in Taiwan, 1895-1945: The Dark Side of Martial Arts Politics

Mar 8th, 2019 by XIUART | 0

  Dong Jhy and J. A. Mangan. 2018. “Japanese Cultural Imperialism in Taiwan: Judo as an Instrument of Colonial Conditioning.” in Mangan, Horton, Ren and Ok (eds.) Japanese Imperialism: Politics and Sport in East Asia – Rejection,…

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Meeting Ma Yue and the Limits of Description

Mar 1st, 2019 by XIUART | 0

  An Unexpected Invitation A friend recently extended an invitation that I couldn’t refuse. A couple of weeks ago Chad Eisner (who some of you may remember from my various lightsaber projects) got in touch and let me know that… Continue Re…

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From the Journal: Psychological Collectivism in Traditional Martial Arts

Feb 25th, 2019 by XIUART | 0

    Greetings!  I am currently traveling for some fieldwork on daunbing (short weapons training).  As someone who spends a lot of time researching the Republic era Chinese martial arts, I am excited to finally have a chance to learn…

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Chinese Martial Arts in the News: February 16th, 2019: All the World’s a Stage

Feb 18th, 2019 by XIUART | 0

    Introduction I hope that everyone enjoyed their Lunar New Year.  Its always a time of many public exhibitions and celebrations.  They, in turn, generate an uptick in news coverage of local martial arts practices and well as Lion…

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A Short List of Women Who Shaped the Southern Chinese Martial Arts

Feb 15th, 2019 by XIUART | 0

  Introduction Friday morning posts are usually written the day before, and it just so happens that this week’s Thursday falls on Valentine’s Day. That complicates things for reasons that are both understandable and a few which are a l…

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Violence and Peace: Reconsidering the Goals of Martial Arts

Feb 11th, 2019 by XIUART | 0

  What is my motivation? Connecting the dots between an individual’s intentions, their actions and subsequent systemic outcomes is more difficult than one might suspect.  Just ask any social scientist. Understanding each of these catego…

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Hawkins Cheung and the Making of Modern Wing Chun History

Feb 8th, 2019 by XIUART | 0

    Regrets As many readers will already know, Master Hawkins Cheung Hok Jin passed away on Sunday February 3rd 2019, in Los Angeles.  Within the martial arts community regrets take many forms.  One of my great regrets is that …

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Research Note: A Visit with the Jingwu Association in 1928

Feb 4th, 2019 by XIUART | 0

  At the moment I am working on a guest editorial project examining Afro-Caribbean and New World martial arts.  It will pose a number of interesting questions and I hope to discuss some of these practices in greater depth.  Unfortunately,… Continue Reading →

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Give Me Those Old Time Kung Fu Villains

Feb 1st, 2019 by XIUART | 0

    Introduction Antagonists seem to be the critical ingredient that make the martial arts possible. Yet to understand why that is the case we need to start by unpacking a few things.  An immense range of activities fall within… Continue Reading →

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