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Does a "Chinese military and police fighting techniques" specifically refers to what is martial arts

Education and confusion in2010-02-18 05:11:10 +0000 #1
On the network saw the word, do not know what this refers to martial arts then? Is a martial art? Sanda? Jeet Kune Do? Is also a new martial arts ah? But I think since it is military and police fighting, then it will definitely be very real, right?
Card Revised Blue Cloud2010-02-18 05:24:53 +0000 #2
This is not referring to a specific martial arts.

Is designed for military personnel designed to efficiently carry out its mandate of fighting skills

and the Chinese Wushu Association and other fighting technique have some Chinese martial arts, including Tae Kwon Do

Jeet Kune Do Muay Thai have formed their own complete theoretical system. But the military and police carry out their duties fighting technically efficient and practical. . Is different in purpose
China Lin Wang2010-02-18 05:38:31 +0000 #3
is not a single kind of martial arts, but a quick, simple, practical, and ruthless tactics, and military police used than is severe, but people are not learn, the bookstore also is not a formal military fighting technique, without superstition stuff. Unless the special forces can learn.
chengbing032010-02-18 06:31:20 +0000 #4
Qindi troops from the current boxing can be seen, those things only for performances. Less real and nominal, I would like you to learn Tae Kwon Do than he was carrying is really useful.

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