Ian Fleming + Fairbairn = 007

Chinese Kungfu (the sport-fu standardized by the Chinese government which undergone two waves of sports modifications since 1928) has lacked proper representation in modern combat sports, of recent. However Real Kungfu is still practical in the CHINESE QI CULTIVATION aspects apparently, or in short: CQC, Close Quarters Combat.
One of William E. Fairbairn’s students was Ian Fleming who went on to write the James Bond series of books. History is Fun!!

YSB Dragon Lifting – Chin Jab

The Yin Style Baguazhang Dragon System features “Lifting Strike” as one of eight categories. The strike has a large surface area to disrupt the opponent’s Qi, with impact emphasis using the bones of the palm heel. The characteristic hollowing of the palm allows for latching down with the fingertips after the collision, if necessary. Mr. Fairbairn demonstrates the Lifting Strike, also known as the Chin Jab.

Yin Style Baguazhang Biomechanics- Beijing 2019

Well-preserved feudal systems retain elite biomechanics, endured through battles of ancient dynasties. The sophisticated and scientific body mechanics are still practical for all walks of life, even if combat sports are of minimal interest. At times, the feudal master will integrate the biomechanics manually. The student’s skeletal structures and Qi circulation are greatly improved… therapeutic, insightful, rewarding!