The Taiping Rebellion was a revolt against the Qing dynasty in China, fought with religious conviction over regional economic conditions, and lasting from to The Taiping forces were run as a cult-like group called the God Worshipping Society by self-proclaimed prophet Hong Xiuquan, and resulted in the rebels seizing the city of Nanjing for a decade. The Taiping Rebellion eventually failed, however, and led to the deaths of more than 20 million people. Hong Xiuquan, born in in Guanlubu, Guangdong, had failed multiple civil service exams when, in , he returned home and went to bed, complaining of sickness.
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Hello, lately i've been realy intrested in Kung Fu, and i wanna know what is Kung Fu exactly, since i saw alot of videos where it seems like they are dancing, some are very acrobatic looking where they jump around and it looks like they kick while jumping and i've seen videos where they do moves with swords or sticks, but i thought it was also a fighting style like in bruce lee and jackie chan or the new karate kid movie. I wanted to add something to my question, i wanted to say that i also want to learn kung fu since i dont have that much self confidence, im very shy and i used to get bullyed alot, so yeah, just wanted to add that :. Kung Fu is a generic name used to indicate many of the internal styles of Chinese Martial arts. There are perhaps thousands of styles and sub styles of Kung Fu. Yes they can appear very dance like to the untrained observer.
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However, Yingmenquan consists of a few different varieties with different origins which then latter we practiced as one by some practitioners. The variants of Yingmenquan include Pingxiang Nanquan Yingmenquan in the west of jiangxi, which is a boxing method originating from the Hong Men society and shares commonality with that practiced in neighbouring Hunan province. The third major type of Yingmenquan is practiced in the western areas of Jiangxi and is likely a mix of Yuejiaquan with other styles such as Hong men and Huzunquan from Fujian. One of the uniques aspects of Yingmenquan is the range of techniques are immense and although sharing attributes like other systems of the south it is structured in a very simple manner as the sets are often short with emphasis on practical application. This style is very rare outside of Jiangxi which is a shame given it's great history, techniques and effectiveness.
It is because of this historical record that many credit these two brothers with preserving Hua Quan as we know it today. However, it was Cai Wanzhi of Jining during the reign of Jaiqing during the Ming Dynasty — who is credited with the finishing touches on Hua Quan by writing the book "The Secrets of Huaquan"; the finishing touches could just be that he wrote the book, nobody can say for sure. It may be important to note that due to its translation and spelling, there is a different style of Hua Quan meaning "Flower Fist.