Guo Shu Cup 2018

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CangZhou Qunying International Guo Shu Cup 2017

Guo Shu Cup krijgt een nieuwe naam!

Met trots presenteren wij Cangzhou Qunying International Guo Shu Cup 2017.

De tomeloze inzet van Sifu Eleonora gedurende de afgelopen jaren voor traditionele kungfu in Nederland is ook in China niet onopgemerkt gebleven.
Het afgelopen jaar hebben wij veel energie gestoken in een samenwerking met de regionale Chinese overheid in Canzghou.
Een samenwerking welk al vorm had met de regelmatige gastoptredens en gastworkshops van o.a. Wang Zhihai.

de komende maanden wordt er hard gewerkt aan het programma voor de de (ver-)nieuwde Cangzhou Qunying International Guo Shu Cup editie 2017. Deze zal worden gehouden op 28 mei 2017.

Reserveer deze dag alvast in je agenda!
Sponsor worden? Binnenkort presenteren we speciale sponsorpakketten voor het evenement.
Kan je niet wachten? Neem dan contact op met Sifu eleonora

Wat is Cangzhou kungfu?
Volgens staat Cangzhou op nummer 3 van de Top 10 Kungfu regio's in China.

Cangzhou Kungfu
Located in southeast Hebei Province, Cangzhou City is historically renowned for both its Kung Fu practitioners and acrobats. Living in a place of strategic importance which was frequently involved in wars in ancient times, the local people had to learn Kung Fu for self-defense and survival. As a result, the tradition of practicing Kung Fu prevailed in Cangzhou. Cangzhou Kung Fu dates back to the Spring and Autumn Period (770 BC - 476 BC). It rose in popularity during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), and was renowned at home and abroad by the end of the Qing Dynasty (1645-1911). It includes 53 schools of boxing and weapons, accounting for 40 percent of China's total number of 129. Cangzhou has been home to a great number of established Kung Fu masters, including Ding Faxiang, Huo Diange and Zhang Zhijiang.

Hwang Jang-Lee komt naar Nederland!

Leer de mooiste, snelste en krachtigste traptechnieken van de 'Master himself';

Hwang Jang-Lee komt naar Nederland en zal 2 workshops geven voorafgaand aan de Guo Shu Cup 2016.

Hwang Jang-Lee is bekend geworden door zijn vele rollen als de 'Bad guy' in o.a. Chinese kungfufilms zoals Drunken Master, Snake in the Eagle's Claw en nog veel meer.
Door zijn grote ervaring in Taekwondo, Hapkido, Kungfu, Tang Soo Do heeft Hwang Jang-Lee een eigen 'stijl' ontwikkeld gericht op ondermeer zijn fabuleuze traptechnieken.
Tijdens de workshop in Amsterdam richt Hwang Jang-Lee zich volledig op de volgende onderdelen:

* Kracht ontwikkeling benen
* Snelheid traptechnieken maximaliseren
* Ontwikkeling flexibiliteit
* Hoe gebruik je je traptechnieken in de praktijk

Het is de eerste keer dat Hwang Jang-Lee in Nederland is. Een unieke kans om de meester van de beentechniek 'real-life' te ontmoeten en te leren van de enige echte martial artist.

Guo shu cup update

Latest update Guo Shu Cup 2016

We proudly announce the presence of the following Masters on June 5, 2016

Tian Xiu Feng
Lan Shou Fist, or Blocking Hand st is more than 300 years old and originates from the Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644). The style is developed by a master called Zheng. This style emphasizes unifying internal and external. It has both defense and attack techniqes with agile stepping methods. Lan Shou’s techniques are fast and nimble.

Liu Lian Jun
Qi Lin Fist or Unicorn Fist is developed about 1500 years ago by Chang Mei (Long Eyebrow). It is an internal method from the Taoist Yin Mountain Sect. Qi Lin Fist is an outstanding internal and external st style. It includes both internal methods as well as st methods. Qi Lin style trains the body as well as the mind. It has a lot of value in practicing for health. It is a ghting method with valuable techniques for both defense and attack.

Wang Zihai
Famous for his Piquaquan. Familiar with many styles such as Yang Qing Quan, Tong Bei, Pi Qua, Fan Zi Quan, Tai Chi Chen Style and Miao Dao, Master Wang Zihai is 5-times national champion and received, out of the hands of Barack Obama, the Gold Award for his overall wushu achievements.

Mystery guest

We are awaiting final confirmation from our fourth guest from abroad, and no...he is not from China nor the US.
Be patient and visit our website on a regular basis for the latest updates.

Guo Shu Cup 2016

Guo Shu Cup 2016

This years Guo Shu Cup will take place on the June 5th, 2016 in Amsterdam. This year the competition will be held as a team competition. This competition is held to promote and encourage the practice of Traditional Kung Fu.

All forms must be traditional in nature without added modern elements. This competition is based on each school forming one or more teams so there is no individual competition. The price for each team to participate is € 100,- (for the adult teams). Each team must have a different candidates for the categories: hand form, a short weapon and a long weapon. Beside these categories, each team must also have a duida team. The duida team can be formed by either the existing 3 members or other candidates. It is important to us that the competitors take into account the kind of form they play. Please do not play a modern wushu form or a form that is played with modern elements added to it. This can only lead to disappointment on the part of the participant. There will also be separate category for children teams between 10 and 16 years of age. The price to participate for these teams is € 75,-.

This year we are happy to welcome master from China. This is a rare chance to see practitioners of old styles of traditional kung fu which we now rarely see outside of China. Come and see what you otherwise would never see!

In closing I would like to ask you to help spread the word about this competition. There are few schools that concentrate on the traditional kung fu and we would like to be able to reach them. Please let us know as soon as possible if you will participate.

As in years past we are doing our best to invite guests from China.

We hope to welcome you on June 5th at Sportcentrum de Pijp in Amsterdam. If you wish to participate then mail us

Leeuwendans 13 februari

Zaterdag 13 februari 2016

Nog meer leeuwendans in Amsterdam! Nadat we as maandag spectaculair openen bij de beurs van Berlage en vuurwerkshow op de Dam (georganiseerd door Yip Group) vieren we zaterdag 13 februari samen met de Chinese ondernemers in de binnenstad van Amsterdam de start van het Chinese nieuwjaar.
We beginnen om 13 uur bij de Tempel aan de Zeedijk.
Omstreeks 15.30 uur eindigen we met een spectaculaire finale bij onze hoofdsponsor club Majestic - Yip Group.
Kom kijken en genieten van wervelende leeuwendans en kungfu shows.