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Unformatted text preview: Tai chi chuang and Pa-kua Zen is a set of Buddhism that based on the way of peace-No violent technique -Basic attitude was not to fear violence but to detest it The development of Karate Okinawa te (because of three major prohibit weapons-1429 united Okinawa from three islands including Hoku-san, Nan-san and Chu-san (King Sho Hashi)-1477 Haito-rei (banning of all swords)(King Sho Shin-1609 Okinawa became domain of Satsuma clan of Kyushu Two te style-Shuri-te and Naha-te (or Tomari te)-To-te, a indigenous fighting system that had been influenced more directly by elements of China kempo-Shuri-te: Modern style: Shoto-kan, shito-ryu, wado-ryu-Naha-te: Goju-ryu, Uechi-ryu Major Classification of karate in Okinawa-Shorin-ryu: more appropriate for people of small physique rapid and crisp movement-Shorei-ryu: suit people of larger physique with muscular strength...
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- Spring '09