IN THIS ISSUE:
The War Of The Civilizations: Being The Record Of A Foreign Devil’s Experiences With The Allies In China by George Lynch /
On Active Service With The Chinese Regiment: A Record... More > Of The Operations Of The First Chinese Regiment In North China From March To October 1900 by A. A. S. Barnes /
With the Empress Dowager of China by Katherine A. Carl /
Village Life In China: A Study In Sociology by Arthur H. Smith /
Western China: A Journey To The Great Buddhist Centre Of Mount Omei by Virgil C. Hart /
The Study of Chinese Alchemy by Obed Simon Johnson /
Fusang or the Discovery of America by Chinese Buddhist Priests in the Fifth Century by Charles Godfrey Leland /
Life of Tai-Ping-Wang by J. Milton Mackie /
History of the Pirates Who Infested the China Sea, From 1807 to 1810 by Charles Fried Neuman /
Some Chinese Ghosts by Lafcadio Hearn /
Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio by Pu Song-Ling /
The Adventures Of Hsi Men Ching by Wang Feng-Chow and Chu Tsui-Jen.< Less
The book "Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin" by Jin Jing Zhong is devoted to the most enigmatic and little-known aspect of training of Shaolin monks.
The book was written in 1934 with... More > blessing and direct participation of the Head of the Shaolin Monastery Reverend Miao Xing nicknamed "The Golden Arhat", one of the best Shaolin fighters of all times.
For the first time the book describes full training methods in all 72 Shaolin Arts. Being until recently for outsiders the most secret part of training of Shaolin monks, which made them invulnerable in fight, 72 Shaolin Arts at the present time become available to all who are ready to practice them persistently and with an open heart. Training methods described in the book allow to develop supernatural abilities, far beyond abilities of an ordinary man.
The book has been translated from the Chinese language for the first time.< Less
Priceless Heritage of Southern Shaolin Inherited from the Past and Handed Down by Venerable Grandmaster Lam Sai Wing.
Provides a detailed description of the old Southern Shaolin method of... More > "Internal Training".
A master of the Iron Thread can withstand, with no consequences, the strongest of blows, including ones with heavy objects or cold steel arms, bend thick iron rods with his hands, and his "rooting power" is so strong that he cannot be displaced by a group of strong people.
In addition, this wonderful method strengthens all internal organs, bones, muscles and sinews. The entire body thrives and rejuvenate.< Less