Dragon Mountain Martial Arts Academy, located at the foot of Dragon Mountain in Rizhao, is the biggest and most recognized martial arts Kung Fu school in China.
Master Shi Xing Xin is also the headmaster of Jiang Taigong International Shaolin Kung Fu Academy. The 32nd generation monk of Shaolin temple, he was born in a Kung Fu family and started to learn HongFist Kung Fu from his grandfather since he was very young.
Master Yu went to Chenjiagou, the birthplace of Tai Chi, where he learnt Tai Chi and Tai Chi sword. Master Yu has happily promoted his Tai Chi throughout China and to many foreign students around the world. He has won countless gold medals in many Kung Fu competitions in China and other countries.Master Yu is an inheritor of Chen style Tai chi, Wing Chun, Xing Yi fist, Bagua palm, Meihua fist, Mantis boxing, Sunbin fist. His martial skills and knowledge are unbeatably vast.
Master Liu was born into a martial arts family. He is a 16th generation successor of Meihua fist. Under the strict and disciplined tuition of his father, he developed his Kung Fu skill rapidly and build a strong martial arts foundation. He has been learning Sanda for over 20 years. He has 10 years teaching experience and is certified as master instructor. Master Liu is very interested in public martial arts activities in order to spread Kung Fu skill and spirit. He is now the chairman of the martial arts association in Rizhao City.
Master Wang is the founder of China Iron Sand Palm Association and also the chairman of the Chinese martial arts world development center. He is the Guinness world-record holder of using his bare hand to break almonds. During years of dedicated training, he rapidly developed his Qigong and Shaolin boxing, especially his iron sand palm. Except for Shaolin Kung Fu, he is also a master in Wing Chun.
Master Dong first started studying Kung Fu at the age of six with his father. At the age of 11, he got introduced to Master Wang Zhihong (by his uncle,) who is renowned in China for his Cha Quan. He mainly learned Cha Quan, but he had a yearning to further develop his Kung Fu skills and took it upon himself to seek out what his heart desires and began to build his foundation for his future Kung Fu development. From 2006 until 2009, he learned the IP Man form of Wing Chun, tought by IP Chun, the son of IP Man himself, and also participated in the IP Man movies.
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