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16 Facts You (Probably) Didn’t Know About the Chinese Martial Arts, Part II – Kung Fu Tea

Welcome to the second half of our discussion of 16 facts about the Chinese martial arts that you probably don’t know. If you are just joining us for the first time this list is a playful at…

Part I. The Boxer Rebellion (1899-1900) In the last years of the nineteenth century, a new movement - secretive, mystical, militaristic, and anti-Christian - began to take form among the Chinese, the "righteous and Harmonious Fists." They were referred to as "the Boxers," a snickering and demeaning condescending reference to their martial arts practices and routines.

This edited article about Kung-fu originally appeared in Look and Learn issue number 697 published on 24 May 1975. The Boxer Rebellion brought about the siege of the British legation in Peking by Andrew Howat Bands of men could be seen carrying out a strange ritual all over the Shantung province of China in the […]

French troops interrogating a Chinese civilian in northern China, during the Boxer Rebellion, 1900/1901- by Alphonse Lalauze

French troops interrogating a Chinese civilian in northern China, during the Boxer Rebellion, 1900/1901- by Alphonse Lalauze

Troops of the US Expedition Force attacking the Gate of Beijing, Boxer Rebellion, China

Troops of the US Expedition Force attacking the Gate of Beijing, Boxer Rebellion, China

30x20cm (12x8 inch) Print. STC403944 The fighting round Tientsin: Charge of the Japanese Cavalry, illustration from Battles of the Nineteenth Century: Vol. VII, The Chinese War of 1900-1901 by Archibald Forbes, G.A. Henty and Major Arthur Griffiths (litho) by Woodville, Richard Caton (1825-55) (after); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; American, out of copyright. battlefield, boxer rebellion, boxer uprising, chinese, combat, horse riding, horseback, japanese army, qing dynasty, ridin

30x20cm (12x8 inch) Print. STC403944 The fighting round Tientsin: Charge of the Japanese Cavalry, illustration from Battles of the Nineteenth Century: Vol. VII, The Chinese War of 1900-1901 by Archibald Forbes, G.A. Henty and Major Arthur Griffiths (litho) by Woodville, Richard Caton (1825-55) (after); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; American, out of copyright. battlefield, boxer rebellion, boxer uprising, chinese, combat, horse riding, horseback, japanese army, qing dynasty…

Royal British Bengal Lancers on the march to Beijing during the Boxer Rebellion, China

Royal British Bengal Lancers on the march to Beijing during the Boxer Rebellion, China