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  • sherwinc
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    Chi Dian Bun (Natural Art or simply called Literature Fist)
    NATURAL ART (Literature Fist)

    Ngo Cho Kun(Go-Cho) versus Chi Dian Bun versus Wing Chun
    SCANDAL KungFu Sparring

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  • sherwinc
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    Originally posted by krys View Post
    Could somebody explain me what this chinese martial art is?
    Thanks...
    here are some of The Techniques that i learned in CHI DIAN BUN (Natural Art, Literature Fist) Kok Sut Kun:

    1. Insertion of Low Kicks in a close distance
    2. Circles and Diagonals
    3. Understanding about Gravity
    4. Understanding about Distances
    5. Most of the Attacks came from the Rear and Starts Action in Left
    6. Illusion Techniques (what you see is not)
    7. WALKING HANDS
    8. Borrowing / Returning of Forces
    9. 20 Elbows (i learn only 10 elbows)
    10. GROUND FIGHTING
    11. Pushing Hands
    12. Throwing / Falling / Iron Palming
    13. Kia Be Se (Horse Riding Stance before practice)
    14. Rib Cage Attack
    15. 6 Simultaeneously Hand Attacks
    16. The 2 types of Eye Finger Striking
    17. Long, Short, Ultra-Short hand attacks
    18. Coiling Hands
    19. The Seven Elements plus One
    20. THE 37 Alphabets of Fist..... (to produce words, sentences, etc)
    21. The Iron Skin
    22. The 4 Jings
    23. Iron Forearm
    24. Using of Defense as Offense
    25. Against the Rule Application
    26. Using of Blocks as Strikes
    27. Killing Machine
    28. Hik Tai Chiae Kun Kiam (Hik Tai Chi Chuan Jian Straight Sword)

    and there are many more..... i'm sorry i forgot, i never practice anymore..... right now i'm busy on my work job....
    and i dont know if my few classmates of this kok sut art still practicing - maybe not anymore....
    because this kok sut art is not for commercialize therefore the art never pass to others..... people now are very busy for work...

    Note:

    Chi Dian Bun Kok Sut Kun has some similarities compare to Wing Chun, Ngo Cho Kun, Tai Chi Chuan (Tai Chiae Kun), Choy Li Fut and Shaolin's Tiger/Arhat's Boxing...



    Chi Dian Bun (Natural Art or simply called Literature Fist): http://naturalartliteraturefist.blogspot.com/


    NgoChoKun(GoCho) versus ChiDianBun versus WingChun
    http://kungfusparring.blogspot.com/

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  • yentao
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    Originally posted by krys
    Thanks I will pm to sherwin... wide low stances? Is it also the case in Ngo Cho Kun?
    Actually I will start Taizu here in March, may help when I'll practice NCK in the Phils....... there is a two day seminar on the Sam Chien kata that I will attend....
    slightly like ma pu. (horse stance)

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  • krys
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    Thanks I will pm to sherwin... wide low stances? Is it also the case in Ngo Cho Kun?
    Actually I will start Taizu here in March, may help when I'll practice NCK in the Phils....... there is a two day seminar on the Sam Chien kata that I will attend....

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  • yentao
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    It was taught in Manila Chinatown (AT LIBERTY HALL) before, but now its master (Master Ang) migrated in Canada long time ago. It has a lot of wide low stances. Sherwin lives in Iloilo. I know his posting in this site.

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  • krys
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    What would a Chi Dian bun technique look like?
    Thanks.

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  • krys
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    Chi Dian Bun sounds like Yi Chuan, but postures are not usually low in Yi Chuan....
    I found this on natural boxing: http://www.whitecraneinstitute.com/a...uralboxing.htm

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  • Pitbullz
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    natural boxing in english
    ban lai shing was very famous bec of it.
    it has no katas
    low stances

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  • Tom Yum
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    Can one of you show me the characters?

    Depending on the characters or how tone is spoken, it sounds like "Eating Bun Snacks"

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  • CKD
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    I do not know if it is I sparred with a Chi Dian Bun guy in the Phillipines but it was at a tournament with a people from different countries so I did not know. Is Sherwinc fromthe Phillipines? because he practices it.

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  • krys
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    Originally posted by CKD
    It is a short distance art. From what I heard it has a sensitivity drill like wing chun and good iron conditioning. I sparred a person in China and the Phillipines that used this.
    Thanks for answering...
    Sounds interesting... do you know if it is well represented in the Philippines?

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  • CKD
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    It is a short distance art. From what I heard it has a sensitivity drill like wing chun and good iron conditioning. I sparred a person in China and the Phillipines that used this.

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  • krys
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    Chi Dian Bun

    Could somebody explain me what this chinese martial art is?
    Thanks...
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