Recent Examples of kung fu from the Web
Its Szechuan mask changing opera (bian lian) and kung fu tea pouring ceremony (gongfu cha) sounded like that perfect excuse.
At the park, watch dragon and lion dances, eat Chinese street food and participate in kung fu and tai chi.
Celebrating Lunar New Year Live music, folk dance, singing, instruments, Shaolin kung fu, a Chinese ethnic fashion show and the Year of the Dog quiz with prizes.
Hundreds of handcrafted lanterns, live kung fu coaching and performances, Chinese folk artists, shadow puppetry, Asian cuisine, dinosaur rides and more at Central Broward Regional Park, 3700 NW 11th Place, Lauderhill.
This time, the plastic heroes send up kung fu movies and Japanese monster movies.
Between Season One and Season Two, Donna was unceremoniously killed off—reduced to a passing ghost on the show, where mentions of her tragic death are shouldered off with jokes about kung fu lessons.
Chay’s and JK Lee both offer Taekwondo, but there are many different styles of martial arts, including karate, aikido and kung fu.
What if Eric had kung fu skills—and a familiarity with weapons?
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Origin and Etymology of kung fu
First Known Use: 1966See Words from the same year
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Definition of kung fu for English Language Learners
: a form of fighting without weapons that was developed in China : a Chinese martial art
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