Chinese martial artists

Posted Oct 27, 2009
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  1. Hong Kong martial artists

    Hong Kong martial artists

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  3. Chinese boxers

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  5. Chinese t'ai chi ch'uan practitioners

    Chinese t'ai chi ch'uan practitioners

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  6. Chinese Jeet Kune Do practitioners 6 views

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  7. Chinese judoka

    Chinese judoka

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  8. Chinese karateka

    Chinese karateka

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  9. Chinese kickboxers

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  10. Macau martial artists

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  12. Chinese Muay Thai practitioners

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  13. Chinese taekwondo practitioners

    Chinese taekwondo practitioners

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  14. Taiwanese martial artists

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  15. Chinese Wing Chun practitioners

    Chinese Wing Chun practitioners

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  16. Chinese wrestlers

    Chinese wrestlers

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  17. Chinese wushu practitioners

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  18. Chinese xingyiquan practitioners 1 view

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  1. Jackie Chan

    Jackie Chan


    Datuk Jackie Chan, SBS, MBE (born Chan Kong-sang, ; 7 April 1954) is a Hong Kong actor, martial artist, film director, producer, stuntman, and singer. In his movies, he is known for his acrobatic fighting style, comic timing, use of improvised weapons, and innovative stunts, which he typically performs himself. Chan has been training in Kung fu and Wing Chun. He has been acting since the 1960s and has appeared in over 150 films.

  2. Jet Li

    Jet Li


    Li Lianjie ([lì li̯ɛ̌ntɕi̯ě]; born 26 April 1963), better known by his English stage name Jet Li, is a Chinese film actor, film producer, martial artist, and wushu champion who was born in Beijing. He is a naturalized Singaporean citizen.

  3. Bruce Lee

    Bruce Lee


    Bruce Lee (Chinese: 李小龍; born Lee Jun-fan, Chinese: 李振藩; November 27, 1940 – July 20, 1973) was a Hong Kong American martial artist, action film actor, martial arts instructor, philosopher, filmmaker, and the founder of Jeet Kune Do. Lee was the son of Cantonese opera star Lee Hoi-Chuen. He is widely considered by commentators, critics, media and other martial artists to be one of the most influential martial artists of all time, and a pop culture icon of the 20th century. He is often credited with helping to change the way Asians were presented in American films.

  4. Mars



    Mars (Chinese: 火星), born Cheung Wing Fat (Chinese: 蔣榮發) is a Hong Kong actor, action director, stuntman and martial artist. He is one of Jackie Chan's best friends.

  5. Bolo Yeung

    Bolo Yeung


    Yang Sze (simplified Chinese: 杨斯; traditional Chinese: 楊斯; pinyin: Yáng Sī; Jyutping: Yeung4 Si1; born 3 July 1946 in Guangzhou), better known as Bolo Yeung, is a former competitive bodybuilder and a martial arts film actor. Primarily cast as the villain in the movies in which he stars, he is best known for his performances as Bolo in Enter the Dragon, as Chong Li in Bloodsport, and for his numerous appearances and long-spanning career in the martial arts filmography for Hong Kong's motion picture industry.

  6. David Chiang

    David Chiang


    David Chiang Da-wei (born Chiang Wei-nien on 29 June 1947 in Shanghai, Republic of China) is a Hong Kong actor, director and producer. A martial arts superstar in the 1970s under the Shaw Brothers Studio, he has appeared in over 130 films and over 30 television series.

  7. Sammo Hung Kam-Bo

    Sammo Hung Kam-Bo


    Sammo Hung (born 7 January 1952), also known as Hung Kam-bo (洪金寶), is a Hong Kong actor, martial artist, film producer and director, known for his work in many martial arts films and Hong Kong action cinema. He has been a fight choreographer for, amongst others, Jackie Chan, King Hu, and John Woo.

  8. Angela Mao

    Angela Mao


    Angela Mao (born Mao Fujing, simplified Chinese: 茅复静; traditional Chinese: 茅復靜; pinyin: Máo Fùjìng, 20 September 1950), is a Taiwanese actress and martial artist best known for appearing in many martial arts films in the 1970s. She is sometimes credited as Mao Ying or Angela Mao Ying. She is nicknamed "Lady Whirlwind" and "Lady Kung Fu" by her fans.

  9. Chia-Hui Liu

    Chia-Hui Liu


    Gordon Liu (劉家輝; Lau Ka-Fai; pinyin: Liu Jiahui, formerly spelled Liu Chia-Hui, birth name Xian Jinxi; born August 22, 1955) is a Chinese martial arts film actor and martial artist. He became famous for playing the lead role of San Te in The 36th Chamber of Shaolin and its sequels. He also played kung fu master Pai Mei in Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004), and Johnny Mo in Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003), the head general of the Crazy 88, O-Ren Ishii's (Lucy Liu) personal army.

  10. Kien Shih

    Kien Shih


    Shek Wing-cheung (1 January 1913 – 3 June 2009), better known by his stage name Shih Kien (Cantonese: Shek Kin; Mandarin: Shi Jian), was a Hong Kong-based Chinese actor. Shih is best known for playing antagonists and villains in several early Hong Kong wuxia and martial arts films that dated back to the black-and-white period, and is most familiar to Western audiences for his portrayal of the primary villain, Han, in the 1973 martial arts film Enter the Dragon, which starred Bruce Lee.

  11. Biao Yuen

    Biao Yuen


    Yuen Biao (born 26 July 1957) is a Hong Kong actor and martial artist. He specialises in acrobatics and Chinese martial arts and has worked on over 80 films as actor, stuntman and action choreographer. Along with Peking Opera School "brothers" at the China Drama Academy, Sammo Hung and Jackie Chan, he was one of the Seven Little Fortunes.

  12. Siu-Wong Fan

    Siu-Wong Fan


    Louis Fan Siu-wong (born 19 June 1973) is a Hong Kong actor and martial artist. He is best known for his role as Ricky in Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (1991) and as Jin Shanzhao in Ip Man (2008) and Ip Man 2 (2010), as well as his roles in some television series produced by TVB.

  13. Zhenwei Wang

    Zhenwei Wang


    Zhenwei Wang (Chinese Simplified: 王振威, Chinese Traditional: 王振威, Pinyin: Wáng Zhènwěi is a Chinese actor and martial artist. He is best known for his role as Cheng (Lu Weicheng) in the 2010 film The Karate Kid, which is a remake of the original 1984 film.

  14. Chi Ling Chiu

    Chi Ling Chiu


    Chiu Chi Ling (Chinese: 趙志淩; Jyutping: ziu6 zi3 ling4; born 1943) is an actor that appears mostly in Kung Fu style movies produced in Hong Kong. He also teaches Hung Gar Kung Fu at Chiu Chi Ling Hung Gar Kung Fu Association, a San Francisco-based martial arts school he founded, and at the old Chiu Family Kwoon in Hong Kong. Every year he visits his students and grand students around the world and organizes worldwide Kung Fu tournaments. The Kung Fu lineage he is part of was passed down directly from southern shaolin temple and carries names like Hung Hei Gung and Wong Fei Hung.

  15. Wong Fei-hung

    Wong Fei-hung


    Wong Fei-hung or Huang Feihong (9 July 1847 — 25 March 1924) was a Chinese martial artist, physician, and folk hero, who has become the subject of numerous martial arts films and television series. He was considered an expert in the Hung Ga style of Chinese martial arts. As a physician, Wong practised and taught acupuncture and other forms of traditional Chinese medicine in Po Chi Lam (宝芝林; 寶芝林; Bǎozhīlín; Bou2-zi1-lam4), a medical clinic in Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province. A museum dedicated to him was built in his birthplace in Foshan City, Guangdong Province.

  16. Wah Yuen

    Wah Yuen


    Yuen Wah (born 2 September 1950) is a Hong Kong action film actor, action choreographer, stuntman and martial artist who has appeared in over 160 films and over 20 television series.

  17. Mark Cheng

    Mark Cheng


    Mark Cheng Ho-nam (born 6 October 1964) is a Hong Kong actor. He is known for his role as "Lam Wing" in the 1996 film Tai Chi Boxer.

  18. Man Cheuk Chiu

    Man Cheuk Chiu


    Vincent Zhao Wenzhuo (born 10 April 1972), sometimes credited as Vincent Chiu or Chiu Man-cheuk, is a Chinese actor and martial artist. Zhao is best known for playing the Chinese folk hero Wong Fei-hung in the Once Upon a Time in China film and television series.

  19. Ashton Chen

    Ashton Chen


    Ashton Chen Xiaolong (born 6 January 1988 in Dengfeng, Zhengzhou, Henan), also known by his stage name Shi Xiaolong, is a Chinese actor and martial artist. He has been a disciple of Shi Yongxin, the current abbot of Shaolin Temple, since he was two years old. Originally named "Chen Xiaolong", Chen was given a dharma name—Shi Xiaolong—by the abbot. He was taught martial arts by his father and Shi Yongxin at a young age. He gained attention in the entertainment industry after his performance at the International Shaolin Kung Fu Festival in Zhengzhou at the age of four. He became a child actor in China and achieved great success in films such as the 1994 martial arts comedy Shaolin Popey II: Messy Temple (新乌龙院). In 2003, he stopped acting and went to study in the United States. In 2005, he returned to China and starred as Zhan Zhao in the television series Young Justice Bao III. In 2007, he continued his studies in the United States and graduated from high school in 2008. He has continued his acting career in China since then. In 2010, Chen played one of Ip Man's students in the martial arts film Ip Man 2.

  20. Chia-Liang Liu

    Chia-Liang Liu


    Lau Kar-leung (28 July 1934 – 25 June 2013), also known as Liu Chia-liang, was a Hong Kong-based Chinese actor, filmmaker, choreographer and martial artist. Lau is best known for the films he made in the 1970s and 1980s for the Shaw Brothers Studio. One of his most famous works is The 36th Chamber of Shaolin which starred Gordon Liu, as well as Drunken Master II which starred Jackie Chan.

  21. Dan Anderson (sifu)

    Dan Anderson (sifu)


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  22. Huo Yuanjia

    Huo Yuanjia


    Huo Yuanjia (18 January 1868 – 9 August 1910), courtesy name Junqing, was a Chinese martial artist and a co-founder of the Chin Woo Athletic Association, a martial arts school in Shanghai. A practitioner of the martial art mizongyi, Huo is considered a hero in China for defeating foreign fighters in highly publicised matches at a time when Chinese sovereignty was being eroded by foreign imperialism, concessions and spheres of influence. Due to his heroic status, the legends and myths surrounding events in his life are difficult to discern from facts.

  23. Lam Yiu Gwai

    Lam Yiu Gwai


    Lam Yiu Gwai 林耀桂 (1877-1966) was the master responsible for the dissemination of Dragon Kung Fu. A Hakka, Lam was born in 1877 in Huìyáng (惠陽) County in the prefecture of Huizhou in Guangdong Province, China.

  24. Zhao Daoxin

    Zhao Daoxin


    Zhao Daoxin (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Zhào Dàoxin; 1908-1990) was famous for his tutelage under Wang Xiang Zhai (founder of Yi Chuan) and Wu Yi Hui (Liuhebafa), created his own system called Xin Hui Zhang.

  25. Chan Heung

    Chan Heung


    Chan Heung (August 23, 1806 — August 20, 1875) was the founder of the Choy Li Fut 蔡李佛 martial arts system.

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