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    What Kind of Fujian Kung Fu is There ?

    What kind of Fujian Kung Fu have anybody herd of anf books on different kinds of Fujian Styles ?

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    Tiger, snake, crane,dragon, dog , 5 ancestors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Gash
    Tiger, snake, crane,dragon, dog , 5 ancestors.
    I believe that most of the fujian influence in 5 ancestor (ngo cho) is a direct result of it borrowing fujian crane techniques.

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    You ask this same question in multiple forums.

    You always ask for info or about things but never talk about anything other than books or websites.

    What exactly do you study??
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    I thought we could have a good discussion on the different arts from Fujian like how Sam Chien form and Southern Mantis form Som Bo Gin are related such as structure techniques and concepts and the way that they breath breathing techniques and things like chum ,sink, swallow , spit , .

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    Plum Dragon, the whole coming from Fujian issue tends to make it Fujian Wushu. Anyone who's ever studied wuzhuquan will tell you that the Fujian flavour is dominant. Also it didn't "borrow techniques", it incorporated the system wholesale.
    Firehawk, why don't you just start a thread like that then, rather than asking simple questions or randomly posting articles with none of your own input?
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    Perhaps he's an innocent beginner.

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