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Argentina Seminar November

Omituofo! This year 2018 SiFu Shi Yan Ming is planning to go back to Argentina for the 3rd time, where he stablished a Temple branch back in 2008, the seminar will be scheduled soon and the information will be posted in here, so far the date has been set to November 2018 where actually is summer in Argentina ! stay in contact! Estaremos en Argentina...

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Shaolin Seminar in Chile

Omituofo! This year 2018 SiFu Shi Yan Ming is planning to go back to Chile, where he stablished a Temple branch back in 2006, the seminar will be scheduled soon and the information will be posted in here, stay in contact! Estaremos en Chile pronto!  ...

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The Shaolin Staff

The Shaolin Staff   By Shifu Shi Yan Ming “Chan Quan Yi Ti”: Martial Arts and Chan Philosophy are but one thing. The body is the mind; the mind is the body. They cannot be separated. Throughout the history of the Shaolin Temple, there have been many famous legends and myths that are the source of rumors and beliefs about the abilities of the Shaolin Monks. Perhaps the most famous of them is the story of how thirteen monks saved the life of emperor Li Shi Min, who in return offered many gifts and honors to the Shaolin Temple....

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What is Kung Fu?

What is Kung Fu?   By¬†Shifu Shi Yan Ming Today, with science and technology moving forward so quickly, people should be smarter. People should live in the moment, living a life of knowledge and understanding. Still, a lot of people confuse themselves or let people confuse them. Lots of people try to be lazy themselves or let other people make them lazy. A lot of people make excuses for their lives, or take any chance to let people make excuses for them. People say, “I don’t feel good today,” “I have a light headache,” “I ate something wrong last...

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Shaolin Linage

Shaolin Lineage   Shaolin Generational Naming The abbot of the temple at the beginning of the Song Dynasty, Xueting Fuyu, wrote the following poem for the next generations to derive their names from. Chinese names usually consist of three words. Buddhist monks and Disciples worldwide take the last name “Shi” or “Shakya”, for Shijiamouni (Shakyamuni) Buddha, to show they are part of his extended family. The first part of a given name is the generational name. For example, the given name of a monk or disciple of the 32nd generation would begin with the character “Xing”, as it is...

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