Chinese kung fu has a long history. Due to geographical differences in the north and the south, geography has led to different schools with unique context, unique style and self-contained system. In Chinese society, Kung Fu is more infiltrated into various literature, movies, and dramas and has irreplaceable humanistic significance. In recent years, China’s Kung Fu has made its presence on the international stage and has become an important footnote for European and American society to understand Chinese culture. Chinese kung fu has long been not confined to the Chinese community but is a universal cultural heritage. In view of this, the seven hosts of this program will lead the audience to in-depth understanding of the Wudang, Shaolin, Hunchun, Hongquan and Tai Chi five major factions, to explore the true face of Kung Fu, and appreciate the humanistic significance of Kung Fu. With its offensive and defensive skills, it demonstrates the connotation of Chinese culture. Chinese kung fu is not only the understanding of the Chinese nation on offensive and defensive skills and tactics, but also the cultivation of a sentiment and the smelting of ideas. Through the accumulation of kung fu, people can understand themselves, challenge themselves, and finally surpass themselves. What the Chinese teacher inherited is not only the wisdom and experience of the millennium, but also a way to seek truth.
China’s vast territory and vast resources, the martial arts of various schools in the north and south are extensive and profound.
However, when it comes to representation, the world is all referring to Shaolin, and Wudang is the two major branches of Chinese martial arts. With awe and curiosity about Wudang Martial Arts, we traveled to Hong Kong and Hubei Wudang Mountain to uncover the face of Chinese and domestic boxing.