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  • n. Alternative form of kung fu.


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  • I also like that the characters talk about "having gongfu" instead of "knowing" it.

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • They were the first movements my teacher, Wu Tie Mei, shared with me during the years she taught me gongfu, medicine, energetics, and philosophy.

    Arthur Rosenfeld: Quiet Teacher

  • Cupping samples, they'll explain the different kinds and how best to brew them in the gongfu style, using a tiny measure steeped multiple times.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE

  • "The classes are very enlightening," says Carrie Harmon, a participant at the January ceremony, who attended nearly every one last year and does her own gongfu ceremonies at home.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE

  • One of her guests was a man who was described as "having a big nose and bearing a resemblance to gongfu star Jackie Chan". Reviews

  • Dai explained that this was a gongfu cai, an "art" dish, whose elaborate preparation was invisible in the simplicity of its final appearance.

    Light reading

  • Although this is the statistics of low numbers (and I bow to your superior PR gongfu), in both instances of this that I've witnessed at close-quarters the "attempted silencing" and thus damage-and-raised-profile-in-the-western-media was done by _local representatives_ (i.e. Chinese) of the foreign company in question, who took a very "Chinese libel laws" view of what was essentially meaningless local opinion commentary "noise".

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English


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