Dec 11, 2011

Taiwanese Martial Arts: Bajiquan

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When a martial art is choosen to be the martial arts of the imperial, head of state and presidential body guards in China and Taiwan, it must have been tested and found useful. Bajiquan has this distinction in the early part of the 20th Century. A popular art in Taiwan, the second half of this short clip shows some applications. The shoves shown are executed as strikes in actual combat.


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