Chapter 4: Monkey-Style Kung Fu

Gutman, Bill
January 1995
Kung Fu;1995, p16
Book Chapter
This chapter describes the Monkey-style of kung fu. Monkey-style was founded in the early 19th century. The different divisions within Monkey-style are the Lost Monkey form, the Drunken Monkey, the Stone Monkey, the Standing Monkey, and the Wooden Monkey. Each style is described.


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