Research Notes: Visiting the National Martial Arts Examination in Nanking, 1933 — Kung Fu Tea

Introduction Certain events stand out in any historical treatment of the Chinese martial arts. The Boxer Uprising, the rapid popularization of Taijiquan and creation of the Jingwu Association in Shanghai all come to mind. Yet any discussion of events in the 1930s is dominated by the Nationalist (KMT) backed Guoshu (or “National […]

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