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Archive for 'Southern China' Category

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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Local Resistance and Guoshu: The Foshan Zhong Yi Martial Arts Athletic Association

Dic 21st, 2018 by XIUART | 0

      Guoshu in the Pearl River Delta In a recent post I attempted to move away from the triumphalist rhetoric that accompanies many popular discussions of the Guoshu movement and ask how its institutional limitations (rather than its… Continue Reading →

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Bringing Northern Styles South: A Brief History of the Lianguang Guoshu Institute

Dic 13th, 2018 by XIUART | 0

    Transforming Southern Martial Culture   How did Taijiquan, now ubiquitous, establish itself in Southern China?  What about the other northern Shaolin systems? I would think that the lion’s share of the credit must go to the Jingwu Association… Continue Reading →

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The Modern Roots of ‘Ancient’ Martial Arts

Nov 26th, 2018 by XIUART | 0

I have just arrived back in Ithaca after spending Sunday driving rather than typing.  Still, I have two items that I want to share. The first is a short interview I did with the Rochester Review after The Creation of… Continue Reading →

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Of Pens and Swords: Jin Yong’s Journey

Nov 5th, 2018 by XIUART | 0

    The Loss of Heroes The Chinese martial arts community has lost two giants.  The death of Rey Chow (who was instrumental in jumpstarting Bruce Lee’s martial arts films) and Louis Cha (who wrote under the name Jin Yong)… Continue Reading →

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Through a Lens Darkly (56): New York City’s Kung Fu and the Roaring 1920s

Nov 2nd, 2018 by XIUART | 0

    Introduction While I have a few connections in New York City’s TCMA community, it has always been my experience that one turns up different sorts of insights by getting out and exploring the terrain on one’s own.  It… Continue Reading →

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Through a Lens Darkly (56): New York City’s Kung Fu and the Roaring 1920s

Nov 2nd, 2018 by XIUART | 0

    Introduction While I have a few connections in New York City’s TCMA community, it has always been my experience that one turns up different sorts of insights by getting out and exploring the terrain on one’s own.  It… Continue Reading →

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Rethinking Wing Chun’s Opera Rebels

Set 21st, 2018 by XIUART | 0

  ***After a quick return to the blog earlier this week, I have directed my attention back to my other ongoing project.  The good news is that this manuscript chapter just a couple of days from completion. There is a… Continue Reading →

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