Kungfu News in Germany

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Shaolin Kung Fu Cross Country Show

 The master of Shaolin Kung Fu show is back to Germany in 2017. During the approximately two hour’s presentation, the audience can expect a breathtaking show where the Shaolin monks show their amazing mental and combat skills.

The show introduces the differentiated skills of the monks. Flagstones burst only by the force of hands, iron rods bend like matches, spears are drilled into the body of a monk without hurting him.

Shaolin Kung Fu is far more than pure martial arts. It is one of the oldest methodological combat systems in the world. Practitioners believe that physical feats will be enhanced by spiritual training. The multimedia show is absolutely worth seeing.

People can watch it in following cities in January 2017:

 

Schwabach Fr, 06.01.17, 20:00

Munich  Mo, 09.01.17, 20:00

Koblenz  Mi, 11.01.17, 20:00

Amberg   Sa, 14.01.17, 20:00

 

Multiple Locations and Dates, 2017

 

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“Chinese Wind Kung Fu Love” martial arts tour 

Confucius Institute at Nuremberg-Erlangen, Germany, joined hands with the Capital Institute of Physical Education to present a martial arts show entitled “Chinese Wind and Kung Fu Love” for more than 300 local people in the evening of October 2, local time.

Organized by Confucius Institute Headquarters / Hanban, and hosted by nine Confucius Institutes in Germany, Austria and Luxembourg, Erlangen was the sixth stop of the tour, which aimed to show the world the unique charm of Chinese martial arts.

This show creatively combined artistic elements such as martial arts and dancing, the Chinese martial arts cultural connotation, the combination of hardness and softness, sonorous knife sticks and sword guns, soft folding fans and umbrellas, stretching Taiji and Changquan, all showing ” Martial arts “behind the unique Chinese martial arts culture and spirit.

Nuremberg-Erlangen, 2th December 2016

 

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Ironhead from director Tian Dong as part of the Perspektive Deutsches Kino section in Berlin Film Festival

The Berlin Film Festival on Wednesday unveiled the first seven films that will screen next year as part of its Perspektive Deutsches Kino section, the documentary Ironhead from director Tian Dong included.

Three medium-length films were also screened in the Berlin Perspektive sidebar: Container by Sebastian Lang, Mikel from director Cavo Kernich and Felicitas Sonvilla’s Tara.

Director Tian Dong grew up in China and attended the KHM in Cologne. He has now completed his studies with the documentary Eisenkopf (Ironhead), about a young soccer team skilled in Shaolin kung fu. Tian Dong visited the soccer team’s young members at their sports school, and talked to them about their everyday lives and dreams.

Berlin will announce the complete Perspektive Deutsches Kino program by end of January.

The 67th Berlin Film Festival runs Feb. 9-19.

Berlin, 21th December 2016

 

 

 

Posted by Yuqing@ InteractChina.com


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