Our club, Northern Shaolin Traditional Martial Arts, meets three times a week
in Vancouver, B.C.

We train in traditional northern Shaolin martial arts (kung fu) and southern style lion dance.

Tuesdays & Thursdays
8:00 – 10:00 PM


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2015 Chinese New Year Global Morning News – Jun Ing

Sifu Jun Ing appeared on Global Morning News yesterday along with several members of our team to demonstrate traditional Chinese lion dance! Sifu Ing discussed the history and culture of the Chinese community in Vancouver and noted the significance of the 42nd Chinatown Spring Festival Parade Year of the Ram coming up this Sunday. Our Video section has been updated with the interview, so follow the link below to watch! Global Morning News update

2 Responses to “2015 Chinese New Year Global Morning News – Jun Ing”

  1. Jessica Says:

    hey! There are lots of diffrent stleys under the term martial arts for example: Judo, Tae kwon do, boxing, javelin, wrestling, fencing, kickboxing and jiu-jitsu. Matrial art help you with combat, skills, fitness, self defense, self-cultivation (meditation), mental decipline, character development and building self-confedence. Martial art is the testing of forms or sparring. Kung-Fu train both internal and external. External training includes the hands, the eyes, the body and stances. Internal training includes the heart, the mind, the spirit and strength. Jujitsu emphasizes throws, locks, and striking and defensive techniques. It is a external style.I am doing karate in other words a sort of martial arts. I’m part of shukokai. It depends on what you are into. . . If you just want to fight you should try Jujitsu. . .If you want to fight and learn more about stleys and yourself you should try Kung Fu . . . If you wanna do martial arts you should try all stleys and find the one that you like best. Good luck!!!9 years in To-Shin Do

  2. Kevin Says:

    First of all cook c, that was a stupid awesnr. I would prefer Shaolin kung fu because I love the whole meditation stuff and the art. First of all I think it would be hard to put down a real Shaolin practicioner. I would say none of both is more powerful, if a Shaolin monk ffought a Jujitsu guy and lets say both are at the same level, the chances are 50-50. If the Jujitsu guy takes the Shaolin down guy, its over for the shaolin guy. But if the Shaolin guy performs one of his many deadly techniques on ground wether it is striking or takedown or espacially joint manipulating, the Jujitsu guy is on for some trouble.Assistant instructor