Wednesday, September 12, 2012
The Swordsman Kungfu famous past contributed to World Kungfu Chinese among others:
2) Thio Sam Hong (Thio Kun Po / Zhang Jun Bao / Zhang San Feng). In his youth, Thio Sam Hong is a very talented student at the Shaolin Temple. Because treated arbitrarily by the seniors, he came out of the Shaolin Temple and learn to develop their own martial arts with attention to various natural phenomena such as wind down on a bamboo tree, crane and snake fight, kokohnya defense mantises from the wind, and others. After understand and grasp the Universe Digest, Thio Sam Hong youth retreat on Mount Hua San to perfect the science-knowledge. At the time he was coming down the mountain, he explored the whole of China and pitted their knowledge with martial arts experts and the warriors from various streams. According to ancient literature, there are two very famous battle. The first fight is a fight between Thio Sam Hong with a Mongolian wrestler number of very large, powerful and aggressive. Later revealed that the wrestler is also highly skilled in various streams of Chinese Kungfu. Mongolian wrestler was reportedly beat many fighters Shaolin Temple and a number of other hard-warrior flow. The fight between Thio Sam Hong with Mongolian wrestler was won by Thio Sam Hong with his new science, namely Tai Chi QuanTaijiquan. The second fight is pertaruangan Thio Sam Hong who single-handedly defeated more than 100 gangsters in a den of thieves simply with bare hands. Since then, Thio Sam Hong is recognized by all parties as the Warrior martial Without Slam time. Having had enough in perantauanya, Thio Sam Hong ride to Wudang mountain (Butong) and founded the Wudang university with the main base of teaching, namely Taoism. Thio Sam Hong himself is believed to be the Creator of Tai Chi Arts and Sciences is expert in Tao Yin (Nei Kung). Thio Sam Hong is said to live in the 3 (three) days of the dynasty, the Song Dynasty, Yuan Dynasty (Mongol, and Ming Dynasty (Han), and Thio Sam Hong is known as a Taoist immortal.
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