First used by the Liang Dynasty in the 6th Century AD, Kung-Fu was developed to create and strengthen the link between mind and body (oringinally). Roughly 200 years later, two Chinese fighters expanded on the original moves to convert it into the fighting style we know today.
Interesting note: The term "Kung-Fu" was not used to describe this fighting style until the mid 1800's, and didn't enter mainstream vocabulary until the release of Bruce Lee's movie Kung-Fu in the 1960's.
It is Kung fu-tzu or Kung fu-tse. The modern and more widely used romanization variant is Kong Fuzi.
Kung Fu is the most used in China, Jujutsu is a Japanese martial art.
Kung Fu and Kung Fu Panda 2 .
Pandas know kung fu only in the Kung Fu Pandauniverse.
Kung fu comes from China. Shaolin monks teach real kung fu there.
You can learn Kung Fu by registering for a martial arts class that teaches Kung Fu.
My Kung Fu was created in 2004.
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There are no belts in Kung Fu. It may look like that Kung Fu is simula to karate but do you see anybody doing Kung Fu in tornaments wear belts? no.
Gong Fu but is more recognized and used as Wushu.