Shaolin Kungfu


More than 1500 years ago, an emperor gave the order to translate the Indian Buddhism into Chinese. He gave to the monks a piece of land of magical beauty at the foot of Songshan Mount. They called it Shaolin which means wooded hill. An Indian monk named Darma meditated for nine years in a cave above the monastery, reshaped the Buddhism and called it Zen. He taught the monks deepen their feature reality and to train their bodies. Strict discipline and permanent training made them to develop special exercises deserve to defend their monastery. They called them Kungfu.