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The Story of Kang Mi Mi, the M-Tattoo Cat – William E. Fairbairn

The first edition of “The Story of Kang Mi Mi,” the “M-Tattoo Cat”: the Canadian comic book author Sam was inspired by the story of old Shanghai in the 1920s and 1930s. The officer cat, Kang Mi Mi, and the Hungry Ghost character’s fighting technique

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Truth of the Bagua Symbol – 1928 Internal Martial Arts Fitness Reform in China

The 1928 Internal Martial Arts fitness reform in China standardized Internal/ External kungfu styles into the modern philosophical interpretation.  The benefits of the reform in the mind-body practice- brings destruction to Baguazhang’s feudal context and nuances.  Eight arrays (Bagua Symbol) are important famous formations of

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William E. Fairbairn – Yin Style Baguazhang/ Feudal Shaolin

HISTORY IS FUN!  Fairbairn was a Royal Marine Soldier who is credited as the pioneer of modern close quarters combatives. In 1907, Fairbairn joined the Shanghai Municipal Police and served as the Primary Chief CQC instructor – Shanghai was considered to be the most dangerous

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