Learning Chinese Martial Arts and other Kung Fu arts take a long or a lifetime commitment and dedication to the art. As the practitioner is getting older, the learner is getting more efficient, expert and into perfection.
Learning a single art of kung fu is not recommended because every kung fu art is lacking of something, although they have their own unique techniques and trademarks, but to learn other kung fu arts giving a practitioner an unpredictable techniques to instantly shift if the situation is about to loose.
Chinese Martial Arts Kung Fu is more than 300 unique arts, and most of them are already died out, and also some of them are a dying art
A Kung Fu art will be called a Dying Art if they only teach their bloodline, or teaching only one student and no one else, or never teach anyone at all.
Here are the examples of a great kung fu art, some of them are already familiar to the readers, and some of the art stated here are not so familiar:
Ngo Cho Kun (Go Cho) Kung Fu
The fist of the five ancestors, a Southern Chinese Martial Arts, they are lucky to migrate to Manila, Philippines before China becomes a full pledge communist.
The art of Go Cho is exclusively to teach only to the Chinese students, or any student that has a Chinese blood although a Filipino, who are living in Manila.
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Teaching not in English commands, but the entire teaching is done not in Mandarin but in Amoy Chinese Dialect, so, if you are a pure blooded Filipino, you can’t understand that dialect, so it is hard for the new student to learn Kok Sut Kung Fu if those languages that they only knew are only Tagalog, or English.
Even if those new students learn only Mandarin dialect, Kok Sut instructor must translate those commands from Mandarin to Amoy, and that is another obligation task to do.