Shaolin Kongfu is one of the most popular and wide-spreading form of Chinese traditional Buddhism culture. On the surface, Shaolin Kung Fu took the form of martial techniques and systematic skills. Inherent to it, however, are the Buddhist canons and Chan enlightenment. Zen is believed to be the wisdom behind Shaolin and what makes Shaolin Kungfu unique and powerful.
▶ Shaolin Kong fu 32 Joint-Lock methods (qin na san shi er shou) | The voiceover is in Chinese but has subtitles. You will probably find it necessary to stop and replay many elements as the spoken part and subtitles take attention away from the actual movement. But good training for qin na.
Hung gar kung fu- kung fu style from the South Legend has it that it was founded in the early Qing Dynasty in Fujian Province, China, by the tea merchant Hung Hei Gun. The hallmarks of Hung Ga are deep low stances, notably its "sei ping ma" horse stance, and strong hand techniques, notably the bridge hand and the versatile tiger claw
Pai Mei played by Kung Fu movie legend Gordon Liu in Kill Bill - character is based off of the villain White Lotus with Gordon Liu as the hero. It was a 1980 Shaw Brothers Kung Fu film called Fist of the White Lotus. In that movie after delivering the version of Kill Bill's "Five-Point Palm Exploding Heart Technique" a man would die after 100 steps. "See, my Kung Fu is better than yours. I only took 99 steps!" ~ Gordon Liu.