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For 30 years the traditional Kung Fu, Taijiquan, Lion Dance, Dragon Dance, self-defense and Qigong club in Siegen, Germany.


The training programs of the Zhou Jia Quan Wushu offer an inexhaustible potential on activities. Beside breathing techniques, exercises, stamina training, self-defense, free sparring and historical subject matters, special emphases are placed on classical hand and weapon forms. The contents of these forms (Jap. kata, Chin. quanfa) are mainly self-defense techniques, which are based on techniques of the five animals. Read more...

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The style of lion dance that the Singapore Nia Kwang Pugilistic Association Germany e.V. practises is referred to as He Shan lion (Heshan Shi). This form of folk art was started long time ago during the period when eight countries were battling in China to gain power. After the war the Chinese created this lion dance as a sign of victory over their enemies. Read more...

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The dragon, a talisman in the Chinese mythology, is widely worshipped in Asia. In the western world it is often regarded as an evil and dangerous creature, but for the Chinese the dragon is just the contrary. In both cases the dragon symbolizes Supernatural and Power and especially the Chinese dragon stands for Might and Inner Strength. Read more...


Tai Chi Chuan or Taijiquan in the Chinese character can be translated as the 'Supreme Ultimate Force'. The notion of 'supreme ultimate' is often associated with the Chinese concept of Yin and Yang, the notion that one can see a dynamic duality in all things. 'Force' or here the character 'Chuan' refers to a school or method of combat and can be thought of here as the means or way of achieving this yin-yang, or 'supreme-ultimate' discipline. Read more...


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