This anthology brings together some of the lesser-known arts in one volume and some aspects of their theory, application, and historical place in society. By providing great detail on the styles presented—along with associations with other noted styles and masters—this special anthology is an important reference for any interested in Chinese martial arts.
Chinese Combatives: An Anthology
6"x9" 194-page paperback, 447 illustrations
- The Unique Legacy of Wudang Master Fu Zhensong, by Shannon Phelps, M.A., M.Div.
- One Source, Four Images: Fu Yonghui’s Sixiang Boxing, by Shannon Phelps, M.A., M.Div.
- A Hong Kong Southern Praying Mantis Cult, by Daniel M. Amos, Ph.D.
- Spirit Boxing in Hong Kong: Two Observers, Native and Foreign, by Daniel Amos, Ph.D., and Ma Kai Sun
- Bajiquan and Piguazhang – Pt. I: Foundational Training Methods, by Robert Figler, Ph.D. and Tony Yang
- Bajiquan and Piguazhang – Pt. II: Foundational Training Methods, by Robert Figler, Ph.D. and Tony Yang
- Fajing: Issuing Power as Practiced in Bajiquan and Northern Chinese Martial Systems, by Tony Yang, Andy Lianto, and Robert Figler, Ph.D.
- An Exposition on Northern China’s White Ape Tongbei Boxing Systems, by Yun Zhang, M.A. and Strider Clark