The Health Benefits of Tai Chi
While tai chi is regarded as a martial art, one of its main objectives is to improve the health of[...]

"If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else. It will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them."


​Bruce Lee

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Meet Master Yan – Our New Kung Fu Master – Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do & Sanda
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A New Location for the Middle Kingdom Kung Fu School!
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The Shaolin Staff
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New Photos Update!
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Shaolin Weapon Training – Four Basic Weapon Types
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Drunken Boxing – An Overview
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Learning Kung Fu In China – A Quick Reference Guide
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Meet Master Yan – Our New Kung Fu Master – Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do & Sanda
At the age of 14 he began to study Jeet Kune Do, Nunchaku and Wing Chun. He learned under the[...]
A New Location for the Middle Kingdom Kung Fu School!
We are very pleased to announce that our school has just completed a move to a new location! Don't worry,[...]
The Shaolin Staff
It took centuries for the Shaolin monks to perfect their staff technique, these days, those wanting to learn Shaolin staff[...]
Learning to Perform a Backflip
Learning to do a back-flip is a basic skill learned by acrobats and gymnasts and it is a learn-able skill[...]
New Photos Update!
We have added some new photos of our kung fu school. You can visit our kung fu schools photo page[...]
Welcome to Our New Kung Fu Masters!
Welcome to our schools new kung fu masters. We have recently welcomed two new masters to our kung fu school; Shaolin[...]
How To Do Side Splits Safely And Properly
What is a side split? Basically it is a split that totally extends the legs in the opposite direction bringing[...]
Kung Fu: Body Conditioning
Among the best kung fu techniques in order to tone and condition your body are shin rolling, palm training and[...]
The Main Principles of Bruce Lee’s Tao Of Jeet Kune Do
Jeet Kune Do is a fighting style designed and implemented by Bruce Lee himself. He describes his personal fighting style[...]
How to Learn Acrobatics – Before you Start
Acrobatics is a learned skill, and it is achievable. Yes, it takes some effort and time; but probably not nearly[...]
Kung Fu Video Update November 2015
Hi everybody! In-case you missed them before we have recently uploaded some new videos from our kung fu school![...]
Wing Chun Long Pole
Exceprt - "The Wing Chun long pole which is also known as the 6/12 point pole, Dragon Pole or Luk[...]
Hip Flexibility Exercises
During most sessions of exercise and daily workout programs, workouts on the hips (hip flexibility exercises) are often not taken[...]
Bruce Lee Kung Fu
If there is one name that is popular in the field of Kung Fu, it would be Bruce Lee. Although[...]
Some of the Benefits of Learning Kung Fu in China
When you learn Kung Fu in China, you are getting the best lessons possible. You should go to where it[...]
Shaolin Weapon Training – Four Basic Weapon Types
Below we will look at the four basic types of weapons usually included in Shaolin weapon training. This will give[...]
Who was Ip Man?
He was also known as Yip Man and Kip Kai-Man; Ip Man was born to a wealthy family in China[...]
The Origins of Shaolin Kung Fu
When it comes to martial arts, one of the most popular known styles is Shaolin Kung Fu. Once popular only[...]
IP Man Wing Chun
Fundamentally, Wing Chun is a Kung Fu style that originates from China. It is a unique type of martial art,[...]
Yang Tai Chi: The Graceful Martial Arts Form
Tai chi has different styles (such as Yang, Wu, Hao and Chen) with its own set of principles and methods[...]
Qigong For Beginners: Getting Started
Qigong is an ancient Chinese form of exercise. We say exercise, but actually qigong fits into many different categories. It[...]
Sun Style Tai Chi
Sun style Tai Chi is known for its lively forward and back steps. One foot is always followed by the[...]
Kung Fu Photos Update!
We have updated our photo gallery with some new photos! You can find a selection of them below:[...]
What Makes Sanda or Chinese Kick Boxing Stand Out?
Students of kung fu may gravitate toward Sanda or Chinese kick boxing for many reasons. They may have heard about[...]
Jeet Kune Do Training
Bruce Lee’s martial arts, which in modern times is known as Jeet Kune Do, has become one of the most[...]
Learning Chen Style Tai Chi
Learning Chen style tai chi can be both exciting and rewarding, it is becoming increasingly popular for those looking for[...]
Drunken Boxing – An Overview
Drunken kung fu, also known as zui quan, is one of the rarest forms of kung fu and is a[...]
Learning Kung Fu In China – A Quick Reference Guide
The term 'Kung Fu itself, actually refers to any skill achieved through hard work and practice. In relatively recent times[...]
What Is The Best Kung Fu Style?
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Chinese Calligraphy
Chinese calligraphy, the writing of characters, is an art which has developed over many centuries in China and is still[...]
Health Benefits of Kung Fu
Often, when people hear the phrase “kung fu,” they think about acrobatic feats or high kicks; however, that is only[...]
The Health Benefits of Tai Chi
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Why Is China Called The Middle Kingdom?
One of the most traditional name that China has used to refer to itself is Zhonggou which means Middle Kingdom[...]
Welcome to Our Kung Fu School’s Blog!
Welcome to the Middle Kingdom Traditional Kung Fu & Wellness School’s blog. And welcome to our first blog post![...]

“I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.”

Bruce Lee

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