Martial Arts Related Links
The Chinese Kung-Fu, Wu-Su Association has been a beacon of traditional martial arts in New York City for over 50 years. The founder, Grandmaster Alan Lee, was one of the first to teach this knowledge openly to all, regardless of race. The school he founded continues to pioneer the instruction of a once obscure art.
Resource for information on martial arts. Over a hundred articles written by Master Al Case on various topics regarding the martial arts. Al Case began martial arts in 1967. A list of his arts would include Chinese Kenpo Karate, Kang Duk Won Korean Karate, Kwon Bup American Karate,Wing Chun, Aikido, Ton Toi Northern Shaolin Kung Fu, Fut Ga Southern Shaolin Kung Fu, Pa Kua Chang, Tai Chi Chuan, weapons, and more. Al began writing for Inside Karate in 1981, and had his own monthly column. He has written for Inside Kung Fu, Masters & Styles, Black Belt Magazine, and more.
A website with great articles written by Jarek Szymanskiand on internal martial arts. He has translated many excerpts from martial art books and Chinese articles. He wants to present information not normally easily accessible to martial artist on the west. He covers many topics regarding Tai Chi Chuan, Pa Kua Chang, and Hsin Yi - Hsing Yi Chuan.
Inside Kung-Fu is a magazine all about Kung-Fu. They have been around for a very long time and will take you inside the life and training of various Kung Fu masters.
Plum Publications supports discussions about traditional Chinese Martial Arts and Qigong, including tackling the topics of history, teaching and appreciating KUNG-FU. A great website to get many hard to find martial art books and dvd's.