Gong Shou Dao is derived from and influenced by Taiji, Kung Fu, and Martial Arts. The meaning represented in Chinese characters roughly translate into “Martial Art” that is based on “Guard and Defense”. Jack Ma presents the Kung-Fu Masters in his tribute to martial arts featuring some of the greatest modern fighters.
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