Instructing Chinese traditional Shao Lin martial arts since 1995, Welcomes trainers learn traditional Chinese all level Kung fu.
Shi De Xiao, age 60, started training in Kung Fu when he was just 6 years old. Since then he has never been absent from training for even one day in the past 59 years. He is a ninth degree level in Chinese Kung Fu and is a first degree referee of Wushu in China. He has perfect skills in Baji quan series body forms and weapons of spear, sword, staff, broadsword, and Shaolin Qi Gong.
He graduated from Shenzhen Honghai Fighting Professional Club. In 2012 he won the 65kg weight class in the Henan Classic Sanda competition and the 67kg weight class Sanda Championship in Shenzhen Honghai Boxing Championship in 2014. He then went on to win the 67kg weight class Sanda Belt in the Road competiton in 2016. He won the same competition again in 2017. He has been teaching at the academy for only a few months and is a great asset to the school.
At the age of 21 he is the youngest teacher at the academy. He began studying martial arts in 2008. He won second place in the second China-Korea martial arts competition in 2009. He won first place in the Changchun Junior Martial Arts Competition in 2010 and first place in the Beijing International Wushu Competition in 2012. In 2014, he won first place in the 4th Wushu Competition of China and South Korea. He has been teaching shaolin kungfu at the academy since 2014.
from Thailand, November 2019
"No Taiji, no Qi gong but I ve learned Baiji 🤩"
I came for something special but nothing was there. still I am blessed to have been there for 2 months. I ve learned baiji with this incredible Shifu, I lived with those kids. although they are used to see lot of people, still they included you; even if most of them don't speak English at all. They ll try to talk to you. Food was good (I m vegan) although it's the same every day it's ok, it's delicious.
Classes were perfect , I ve learned so so much in little time. It's a life experience. A true martial arts academy experience far from everything. Go there with open heart and open mind, they are struggling with money because not enough foreigners are there are. What the school and the shifu are doing for the kids there is unbelievable, they give their life to teach them martial art. Some of the Kids are orphan, having poor background family and you can see that giving your money to this school is more a karma act. Be happy and grateful to be there. If you going to all classes, you ll learn so much.
from South Korea, May 2018
"Amazing all round"
Was a very friendly place, despite the language barrier within a week I was able to understand what my instructor wanted and my instructed him self was amazing I was able to get to standards I didn’t think I would be able to in short period of time
from Malaysia, January 2018
"A getaway to the martial art academy "
Good remote location which I like it
Transportation pick up at train station and departure is great and on time,
Flexible training schedules,
Snow during winter