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Pa-Kua

The origin of Pa-Kua is unknown, however it IS known the Tung Hai-ch'uan (A.D. 1798-1879) of Wenan Hsien in Hopei province during the Ch'ing Dynasty learned this art from an anonymous man then barely in his 20's. Tung is reputed to have been nearly dead of starvation when the hermit found him. The Taoist ministered to him, and Tung remained with him several years learning a 'divine' boxing. Pa-kua emphasizes displacement of horizontal strength and turning of the palms. Pa-kua is comprised of various circling postures named after and based on the movements of the snake, stork, dragon, hawk, lion,.....
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