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  • Da totsu (kendo) Japanese Martial Arts

    Kendo target areas (da totsu) here...

    yi quan
  • Dance Lion Chinese martial culture

    lion dance History. Article in french. In english in progress coming soon. here
  • Dance Khmere Cambodgia culture

    In progress coming soon.
  • Dantui Chinese Martial Arts

    Leg Flicking boxing (fouettant).
    More...
  • David Stainko Author

    Author of articles on Martials Arts for Sifu Mag and other magazines see bio and articles
  • Depression Martial Arts

    Depression is as old as humankind, and is one of the oldest described diseases in the history of medicine.
    More...
  • Devil (ghost) Chinese Culture

    They can be recognized in different ways;
    They have no shadows in daylight
    They can change shapes
    They frequent the cemeteries
    They move in a straight line, they do not around obstacles.
    They do not like swords, red (especially red wood), noise (firecrackers, drum, gong ...)
    The taoists can get them away with magic drawings.
    The swords, halberds are keeping them away.
  • Diabetes and Martial arts Martial Arts Medecine

    Diabetes or diabetes mellitus is one of the leading chronic illnesses of our population and it is directly linked to the lifestyle of an average human. It is estimated that around 150 million people suffer from diabetes today and that this number will increase to 370 million by 2030 Here...
  • Diet: Apple Chinese diet.

    Apple
    more...
  • Diet: Pear Chinese diet.

    Connaître la poire
    more...
  • Diet: chestnut Chinese diet.

  • Diet: Spinash Chinese diet.

    Connaître les épinards
    more...
  • Diet: Breakfast . Chinese diet.

    Breakfast coming soon
  • Diet: Melon. Chinese diet.

    coming soon
  • Ditang Quan (ditang chuan).(Kung fu)

    Ground tumbling boxing... More...
  • Diabetes control Tai chi improves health

    MNT - Hourly medical news since 2003 Search Opinions According to two small studies published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine in April 2008, Tai Chi exercises can improve blood glucose levels and improve the control of type 2 diabetes and immune system response. More...
  • Dominique Falquet Master Chinese Martial Arts

    Born in Geneva in 1966. In 2007 he founded the club "Yi-Xin" where he now teaches the three arts (Sao-Lim, Tai-Chi and Hsing-I) that he received from Master P'ng, fulfilling his debt to its teachers and teachers by guiding in turn all those who want to engage on this path. + here...
  • Dynasty China Culture

    MNT - Hourly medical news since 2003 Search Opinions According to two small studies published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine in April 2008, Tai Chi exercises can improve blood glucose levels and improve the control of type 2 diabetes and immune system response. More...
  • Dojo Japanese Terminology

    Dojo – Place of practice . School martial arts.(Kwoon in Chinese)
  • Dragon Hikumo Master

    1955/2007 Dragon Hikumo (of his real name Noiraki Fujita) was a Japanese master. He played an important role in the spread of Chinese martial arts in Japan. He practiced tai chi yang and various Chinese martial arts styles learned in taiwan and china (including snake and drunk boxing). He has written books, appeared on television and in magazines. He died in 2007 at 51 years of kidney disease. (see zui quan)
  • Drunkard Boxing Chinese Martial arts

    The Drunkard boxing "Zui quan", boxers falther, waddle, fall and sway just like drunkards. Most westerners think that the so-called "drunkard kung fu" is a system of the Chinese Martial Arts. more...
  • Duck Boxing Chinese Martial arts

    The Duck boxing. more...
  • Dynasty China Culture

    MNT - Hourly medical news since 2003 Search Opinions According to two small studies published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine in April 2008, Tai Chi exercises can improve blood glucose levels and improve the control of type 2 diabetes and immune system response. More...
  • Dynasty Chinese Culture

    Qin (221-207 BC) Unification of the Chinese Empire
    Han (206 BC 220 AD)
    Three kingdoms (220-265)
    Jin (265-316)
    Jin posterior "South" (317-420); sixteen kingdoms "North" (304-439)
    Northern and Southern Dynasties (420-589)
    Sui (589-618)
    Tang (618-907)
    Five Dynasties (907-960)
    Song of the North (960-1127)
    Song of the South (1277-1279), Northern Jin (1115-1234)
    The Yuan (Mongolian) (1227-1367)
    Ming (1368-1644)
    The Qing (Manchus) (1644-1911)
    1911 Republic of China
    1949 People's Republic of China more details here...