Yet another thing I've heard said that I'd like to hear others' opinions on is this: Okinawan karate is about 40% traditional Okinawan martial arts, 40% southern Chinese kung fu, and 20% other influences (Japanese because of the obvious reasons and Indonesian, Filipino, etc. due to the seafaring nature of the Ryukyuans). I can see where each 40% is represented in Okinawan karate--I might say more than 40% is Chinese in origin, myself--but I can't think of a technique or exercise I'd associate with something Indonesian, Indochinese, Thai, etc.; I'm also not sure any of the grappling techniques are clearly Japanese in origin (from jujitsu). For Japanese karate I could see it of course (e.g. Wado-ryu). Can anyone suggest what might have come from a non-Chinese source?