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Chinese martial arts usually is said to include four categories of techniques, da (striking), ti (leg technique), na (seizing/joint attacks) and shuai (wrestling). All of these should be addressed in one way or another within the techniques of a martial art. In some arts shuai is considered the basis for fighting skill, from which the practitioner will develop further into striking, kicking and joint attacking. Read the rest of this entry »

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