The Development and Current State of Martial Arts Studies in Germany - From Kung Fu Tea

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    Xue Sheng Sr. Grandmaster

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    The Development and Current State of Martial Arts Studies in Germany


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    I love the folios, such happy combatants. Big smiles even when they have a sword in their faceo_O
    I think some of the guys at my school could take some lessons from this book (both literally and figuratively) and put a smile on their face...before I smack it off them with my waster :)
    Fencing manuscripts are like my bread and butter...or more applicably - heroine. I just can't get enough!
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    Well Liechtenauer said when facing your opponent in longpoint to "stand blithely and look at his actions". :)
     
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