bookmark_borderSix Top Sects of Chinese Wushu

The sixth place is the Kongtong School, which has a long history and has been recorded in the ancient dictionary Erya of Qin and Han Dynasties. Today’s Kongtong School of Wushu is a combination of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism who has been practicing in the past dynasties and is good at fighting outside the Western Regions. More than 160 years ago, it was formed by Feiyunzi, the ancestor, and established a school of Wushu.

Six Top Sects of Chinese Wushu -Kongtong

The fifth place is Huashan School. The earliest history of Huashan School can be traced back to the Qin and Han Dynasty when there were many stories about swordsmen around Huashan. Over the years, Huashan School has become a well-known and upright school in Wushu. After more than 100 years of development, Huashan School’s martial arts, especially swordsmanship, have formed a complete set of perfect swordsmanship system, and have been trained by the masters of Huashan School in successive dynasties. Huashan School’s swordsmanship has become more and more exquisite, which has shocked the Wulin acoustically. Therefore, Huashan School is also known as the Huashan School of Swordsmanship.Six Top Sects of Chinese Wushu -Huashan School

The fourth place is the Kunlun School. Wushu is known as Kunlun School with Kunlun Mountain as its symbol, and it is a famous school of Chinese Wushu. The Kunlun School was also a branch of Taoism that rose in the late Ming Dynasty. It was located in the Kunlun Mountains in the eastern part of the Pamir Plateau. The Kunlun Mountains stretch for hundreds of miles, and the mountains are beautiful. Taoist practitioners come to practice one after another.Six Top Sects of Chinese Wushu -Kunlun School

The third place is Emei School. Emei School, Shaolin School, and Wudang School are the three main groups of Chinese martial arts. It is also a wide-ranging school. Especially in the southwest area, it is very powerful and can be said to be the leader.Six Top Sects of Chinese Wushu -Emei

The second is the Wudang School, which was founded in Wudang Mountain, Hubei Province, and is the family of the family. It began in Yuan Dynasty and flourished in Ming Dynasty. According to Huang Zongxi’s Epitaph of Wang Zhengnan in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties, the Wudang School was created by Zhang Sanfeng of the Song Dynasty. Its characteristics are strong muscles and bones, and breathing technique. It emphasizes internal training, stresses static braking, flexibility and rigidity, short to long, slow to fast, biased to soft, main breathing, with shorthands. Wudang Wushu does not mainly attack, but it should not be infringed easily. After that, Taijiquan, Bagua Palm, Xingyiquan and other Neijiaquan were developed from Wudang Neijiaquan.Six Top Sects of Chinese Wushu -Wudang School

The first is the Shaolin School, which developed on the basis of folk Wushu, and folk Wushu is the soil for its development. It can be said that the gathering place of masters. The Shaolin school is also the most extensive, longest-standing and most diverse Wushu school in China, named after the Shaolin Temple in Songshan Mountains. Shaolin Wushu is gradually formed spontaneously in the long-term practice of martial arts by monks. Shaolin Wushu became famous in the world, which began in the late Sui Dynasty.Six Top Sects of Chinese Wushu -Shaolin School

bookmark_borderTop 10 Chinese Wuxia Novels 2019 Part 2

Kunlun is a martial arts novel published in 2005 by Feng Ge. Taking the late Song Dynasty and the early Yuan Dynasty as the historical background, the novel tells the story of Liang Xiao who grew up from a prodigal son to a generation of chivalrous men. Its plot is ups and downs, and its characters are vividly portrayed. It contains many elements, such as chivalry, love, hatred, family, country and the world. It involves astronomy, geography, organ mathematics, platoon arrangement and so on.

Kunlun by Fengge -Top 10 Chinese Wuxia Novels 2019

The Deer and the Cauldron, Jin Yong‘s last Kungfu novel, is peppered with playful words and permeated with a strong historical flavor. The novel takes the social history of Kangxi in the Qing Dynasty as the background and describes the legendary experience of Wei Xiaobao, a teenager from the lowest social stratum.

The Deer and the Cauldron by Jing Yong -Top 10 Chinese Wuxia Novels 2019

The Smiling Proud Wanderer is a martial arts novel written by Jin Yong. Through narrating the experience of Linghu Chong, the great disciple of Huashan School, the novel reflects the course of the struggle for hegemony among all the factions in Wulin. The author does not set the background of the times. Similar scenes can occur in any dynasty, which reflects the unique political struggle of the Chinese people. At the same time, it also shows the lament for the struggle, which has a certain political implication.

The Smiling Proud Wanderer by Jing Yong -Top 10 Chinese Wuxia Novels 2019

The author of Shenzhou Qixia is Wen Ruian, a master of Taiwanese knight-errant. Wen Ruian said that although it was written in his youth, he could not surpass it in his old age, though he had more experience and thicker writing style. This is the gathering of heroes and martial arts are the best in the world.

Shen Zhou Qi Xia -Top 10 Chinese Wuxia Novels 2019

The Biography of Heroes in Archery is Jin Yong‘s novel. It mainly tells the story of Guo Jing with the help of his bosom friend Huang Rong, who carried the hatred of his country and rushed into the society, and finally grew up into a generation of heroes and heroes through innumerable experiences.

The Biography of Heroes in Archery by Jing Yong -Top 10 Chinese Wuxia Novels 2019

Shaolin Bajue is written by the Internet writer Tianmosheng. The book tells about different Wulin. And the protagonist is a monk. It is a martial arts in the new century and has long occupied the top place in the martial arts fiction list. It tells us that the only way to reach the highest level of Wushu is to pursue and exercise constantly.

These are top 10 Chinese Wuxia novels.

bookmark_borderNoodles in Shannxi China – A Brief Introduction

People in Shaanxi China love to eat noodles. There are many noodles restaurants on the streets of Shaanxi. Someone has roughly calculated that there are about 50 kinds of pasta in Shaanxi. Pasta is the most common staple food in Shaanxi and other regions. Since ancient times, women in Guanzhong families have been good at making pasta. Here are some of Shaanxi’s special noodles.
The legend of oil-splashed noodles originated in the zhou dynasty. Now, with different improvements, there are different flavors of fresh flavor, sour flavor, and spicy flavor.Biangbiang Noodles
Biangbiang noodles are made by boiling the noodles with wide and thin trouser pockets in whole strips, which are made by hand to pull the fermented flour into wide-belted. The word Biang( comes from the sound of master ramen as the noodles collide with the cutting board.
Recommend Shaanxi noodles, can not miss Qishan Saozi noodles. Saozi actually means diced meat. Saozi noodles are very exquisite, which is a kind of noodles with good flavor and color. Eating these noodles has both sour taste buds and visual enjoyment.
Yangling dips in the face in water surface and soup are apart commonly come with basin undertake outfit and take the noodles out of the soup bowl and dip them into the soup mixture.
Huxian place soup noodles is a famous Huxian food. The chopsticks pick up the noodles and put them into Saozi, which will be shaken back and forth. The noodles will be in full contact with Saozi, then eat it in one bite. It also got its name from the way it ate.
In addition to the well-known noodles mentioned above, there are many other noodles with local characteristics that are loved by local people. Shaanxi, China has a wide variety of noodles,and what have you eaten?