Category Archives: Uncategorized

2 Sep

Hard Internal Kung Fu 七山神拳/五祖佛拳

Luyện công & Quyền pháp chiến đấu thượng thừa của dòng võ tâm linh Thất Sơn Thần Võ Đạo/ Thất Sơn Thần Quyền dòng thừa Shuilong Pan từ hải ngoại! Thanvodao or The Seven Mountains Spirit Martial art is not just merely an art of war. It’s a way of apprehending spiritual and physical balance […]

12 Aug

Soft and Hard Internal Kung Fu Form

  I attempted doing this video clip slower to show the moves & the chikung training, Luyện Công, partially as reference for our students. The lower half of my body was cut off completely for trademark purpose since people have imitated our system in some parts of the world. This is not the most perfect […]

22 Jul

Qi and the Spiritual Martial Art

Living in this modern world, since when I was a young boy, I have devoted my energy to this art and sunk my spiritual purpose into the meditation and martial art exploration through multiple doctrines, gaining valuable knowledge in esoteric Buddhism and Taoism. Whether or not that knowledge should work for everyone, for me it has […]

12 Jun

Morning Time Qi Gong / Chi Kung

Today is a beautiful foggy morning to be outside for my practice. Hiding behind a thick layer of fuzzy fog covering entire the street areas… and it’s eerily quiet out there. Can you imagine the city with entire foggy smokes covering & the grey color is the real opaque color filtering the good & bad […]

9 May

Ancient Chinese Throwing, Grappling, and Trapping

Thân cứng như trụ đồng, tay phất phơ như vãi lụa, những bài quyền của Tổ dạy học mãi vẫn không thôi! Chiều trời ngã vàng, gió lạnh thấu tim cang, nóng quá đồ mồ hôi, phài nghỉ đây! Grounded solidly and statically like an iron statue moving step each time, whirling to throw rocky […]

11 Apr

Master Phan Breathes New Life Into the Spirit Martial Arts in Vietnam

Phuoc Gia Phan is no stranger to sharing precious knowledge from one land to another. When he left Vietnam in the late 1970’s, he had only $20 in his pocket, wet clothes on his back, and an entire ecosystem of spiritual and mundane martial arts. In America, Master Phan’s knowledge ripened and his teaching flourished […]

31 Mar

Master Chuang-Tzu and Spirit Kung Fu

Things in universe are different, and the distinctions of terms are just like this. Spirit Kung Fu when just coming back, they thought this spiritual martial art only existed in the Seven Mountains area of southern Vietnam, but they didn’t realize this martial movement had been around and stopped right after the Fall of Saigon […]

29 Mar

Qi Jiguang’s Meaning of Fist Form and Weapon Form

  Some certain individual is spreading distorting the teaching of Qi Jiguang all over the internet. Does anybody have any idea about this? We would like to discuss this on our friendly forum. Here is an excerpt from the published scholarly source that we use.     The translation that we are using depicts Qi […]

15 Mar

Overseas Chinese Fighting Art

Chinese martial art has many families some of which from the mainland China might have been altered totally during the revolution. The changes made reduced the effectiveness of these arts fighting applications, and the only styles of the southern Kungfu that I consider true to its traditional form are the Five Ancestors system (Wu Zhu […]

8 Mar

Miao Dao / Chang Dao

According to ancient Asian history, the Miao people are an ancient Viet civilization in old China (now an ethnic minority group in the mountainous region between new China and Vietnam) who once had long bladed swords. Chinese people called these weapons Miao Dao, or Chang Dao. In Vietnamese, we call them Trường-Ðao (長 刀) or […]