The description of Learn Kungfu
Kungfu or gongfu (功夫, Pinyin: gōngfu) is a martial art originating from China. However, the meaning of the word Kungfu actually has a much broader meaning, which is something that is obtained in a long time and with high perseverance. Thus, a great cooking expert can be said to have a high Kungfu.
In addition to the word Kungfu, the terms Wushu and Kundao or Kuntao are also often used to refer to martial arts from China. The science of Kungfu that has spread to Southeast Asia (especially Indonesia) in the past is called Kuntao. However, the term Kuntao is very rarely used today.
In the early days, the terms of the ability of Science or Self-Defense in Chinese society were Silat or Wushu, and not Kungfu. The term Kungfu in the past is not as popular now. Kungfu itself refers to certain specialized skills and persistence that are specialized and tested, such as gastronomy, planting skills, and so on. The term Kungfu became popular after a martial legend. Disconnected by Legend's ability, speed and power, the term Kungfu became very popular and synonymous with Chinese Martial Arts (China) until now.
The martial arts of Kungfu originally evolved from the need and ability of humans to survive, both to defend themselves against various types of wild animal attacks, to seek food, and to fight against other human groups that are considered a menace to mankind. the safety of their lives With the growing knowledge of medicines and the human body in ancient China - as well as the prolonged civil war, Kungfu Martial Arts thrives and contributes significantly to the development of various types of martial arts in Asia, such as Shorinji Kempo , (Shaolin Kempo), Karate, Jujitsu, Taekwondo, Judo, Hapkido, Pencak Silat and so on.
Kungfu has a history and is a very long, strict, tested and effective martial art since 5,000 years ago, along with the emergence of Taoism (Taoism) which later developed into a religion that has its own specificity. In the 2500s the emergence of the legendary kung Fu flows to date, starting from Shaolin Siaw Temple Liem Sie / Siu Lam, Wudang / Butong, Omei / Emei / Gobi, Kun Lun, Hua San, Thian San, Khongtong and others. -other. In general, there are more than 100 Kungfu streams and thousands of stage and various unique and strange types of science, ranging from the hardest and most powerful (art) to the softest and lightest science such as cotton (art). The various streams and sciences that still exist today are Hung Gar / Hung Ga, Lohan, Ngo Cho, Pek Ho, Ying Jow / Eng Jiaw, Shuai Jiao, Chin Na / Qin Na, Tang Lang, Wing Chun / Ving Tsun / Wing Tsun / Yong Chun, Tai Chi / Tai Ji, Hsing-I, Ba Caves, Yi Quan / I-Quan, Fanzi Quan, Chang Quan and others.