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1、 Liu Jin Sheng CHIN NA FA Skill of Catch and Hold Shanghai 1936 Copyright Shaolin Kung Fu OnLine Library Published by Shaolin Kung Fu OnLine Library Liu Jin Sheng CHIN NA FA Skill of Catch and Hold Shanghai 1936 Translation Wang Ke Ze Leonid Serbin Editor Andrew Timofeevich 2005 2 Contents Synopsis

2、of the Book 6 Preface by Zhao Jiang 9 Preface by Liu Jin Sheng 10 Explanations and Instructions 14 Part I TOU BU NA FA Head Grips 17 18 1 QIAN ZHUA FA Seizure by the hair from the front 2 QIAN ZHUA FA Seizure by the hair from the front 3 HOU ZHUA FA Seizure by the hair from behind 4 DUAN DENG Claspi

3、ng a lamp 5 ZHUA LIAN Seizing by the face 6 ZHAI KUI Taking off the helmet 7 PU SHU Catching a mouse 8 AN TOU DUAN JING Pressing on head and breaking neck 9 AN TIAN GU Pressing on the celestial drum 20 21 23 24 26 29 30 32 Part II JING BU NA FA Neck Grips 34 35 36 38 39 41 43 44 46 1 NIE SU Squeezin

4、g the crop 2 JIAN JIA BO Squeezing with arms from the front 3 HOU JIA BO Squeezing with arms from behind 4 QIANG SUO HOU Pinching blocking the throat from the front 5 HOU SUO HOU Pinching blocking the throat from behind 6 BIE SHOU FENG HOU Blocking an arm and pinching the throat 7 LE JING DUAN BI Sq

5、ueezing the neck and breaking an arm 8 JIAO JING Grappling the neck obliquely 3 Part III JIAN BU NA FA Shoulder Grips 48 1 DAO BI XIE JIAN Pressing an arm dislocating a shoulder 2 KOU ZHOU Pressing on an elbow 3 ZHUA JIAN Gripping by a shoulder 4 BAU ZHOU Squeezing an elbow 5 BIE CHI Holding by wing

6、s 6 JIA BI TUO JIAN Squeezing arms dislocating shoulders 49 51 52 54 56 59 Part IV XIOUNG LEI BEI BU NA FA Countermeasures Against Grips from the Front Flanks and the Rear 61 1 HOU TUO ZHOU Propping up an elbow from the rear 2 BO ZHOU Pressing on an elbow 3 ZHUANG SHEN DUAN WAN Turning the torso and

7、 fracturing a wrist 4 WO TI Lying hoof 5 CUI ZHOU Fracturing an elbow 6 DING WAN Propping a wrist 7 JIE WAN Picking up a wrist 8 FAN TUO ZHOU Propping an elbow inward 62 64 65 67 69 70 72 73 Part V YAO FU BU NA FA Counteractions Against Grips on the Waist and Stomach 75 1 QIAN PENG ZHOU Pressing on

8、an elbow from the front 2 HOU PENG ZHOU Pressing on an elbow from the rear 3 DING WAN Propping a wrist 4 DUAN ZHOU Raising an elbow 5 KUA ZHOU Linking your arm through enemy s arm 6 LE WAN Pressing on a wrist 7 DUAN YAO Fracturing the waist 8 JIA YAO Squeezing the waist 76 77 80 82 83 84 85 86 Part

9、VI BI WAN BU NA FA Grips at a hand and wrist 88 1 XIAO CHAN SI Small hank of thread 2 SHUANG CHAN SI Double hank of thread 89 92 4 3 DA CHAN SI Big hank of thread 94 4 QU ZHOU DUAN BI Bending an elbow and fracturing an arm 5 KUA LAN Carrying a basket by grappling it with an arm 6 FU HU Binding a tig

10、er 7 GUN ZHOU Somersault over the elbow 8 CHE CHI Pulling by the wing 9 SI CHI Tearing the wing 10 KANG ZHOU Carrying an elbow on the shoulder 11 JUAN QUAN Wringing a fist 12 LUO WAN Clutching a wrist 13 JIA SHAN Squeezing with the armpit 14 KOU QUAN Covering a fist 15 CHENG ZHOU DUAN WAN Propping u

11、p an elbow and fracture a wrist 16 BE ZHOU Squeezing an elbow 17 TI ZHOU Raising an elbow 18 YA ZHOU Pressing with an elbow 19 PEN AN ZHOU Pressing on an elbow 20 JIA ZHOU Clutching an elbow 21 KUA MA Straddling a horse 22 FEN BI Parting apart arms 23 LE ZHOU Unbending an elbow 97 100 102 106 109 11

12、2 115 116 117 120 121 122 124 125 126 128 129 130 132 133 Part VII SHOU ZHI BU Grips for a hand and fingers 135 1 TIAO MA JIN Pressing on a tendon to cause numbing 2 TUI ZHI Pushing a thumb 3 JIU AN ZHI Bending a finger 4 QIAN YANG Pulling a ram 5 FEN ZHI Spreading fingers 136 141 142 143 144 Part V

13、III YIN TUI JIZO BU Grips for Genitals Legs and Feet 145 1 ZHUA YIN Seizing by genitalia 2 DUAN TUI Breaking a leg 3 ZUO TUI Getting astride a leg 4 DENG TUI Pushing a leg 5 DUAN ZU Breaking an ankle 146 148 149 150 152 5 Synopsis of the Book The book CHIN NA FA 1 was written by Liu Jin Sheng in col

14、laboration with Zhao Jiang The first edition of the book was issued in July of 1936 as a manual for the police academy of Zhejiang province The book was printed by the publishing house Shan Wu in Shanghai The book includes author s portrait Zhao Jiang s preface he is also known as Long Wen introduct

15、ion and description of the techniques CHIN NA with photos and detailed explanations The techniques described can be conventionally grouped into eight parts The first part is head holds2 The second part is neck holds The third part is shoulders holds The fourth part is front side and back holds The f

16、ifth side is torso and stomach holds The sixth part is hand and wrist holds The seventh part is fingers holds The eighth part is genitals and legs holds Great attention is also paid to counter actions if the enemy tries to carry out some attacking action The author of the book Liu Jin Sheng was born

17、 in the province of Shandong In his preface he writes In my childhood my grandfather my mother s father gave me an ancient manuscript book I drilled during three years using pictures of the book and at that time I did not become aware of the true value of that book Then I happened to learn under the

18、 guidance of the famous Editor s notes 1 The hieroglyph CHIN in the title of the book means catch noun catch verb grab noun grab verb seize verb the hieroglyph NA means hold noun hold verb grasp noun grasp verb grip noun grip verb control noun control verb the hieroglyph FA means skill method techni

19、que 2 The term Hold is used in this text as the most adequate translation of the hieroglyph NA however as mentioned above the hieroglyph has a wider range of meaning In this text it means not only a lock as such it also means subsequent technical actions 6 master of the North Wang Zi Ping3 as well a

20、s over twenty other great masters I drilled in various kinds of Martial Arts during more than twenty years With certain experience behind me I can say that the ancient manuscript preserved by my grandfather is priceless heritage of our National Martial Art Techniques of CHIN NA include a wide set of

21、 various movements press and blows on vulnerable points grappling strangling throws and so on That set of movements impacts on the enemy allows to realize the following methods Separation tearing of muscles and sinews FENG JING Dislocating breaking out of bones and joints YU GU Suffocation BI QI and

22、 Impacting on points DIAN XUE Also those methods must be used skillfully not just with brute force Both army and police always attached great importance to this art The introduction to the book says Initially this skill had several names FENG JING FA The technique of separation breaking of muscles a

23、nd sinews DI TANG FA Methods of combat when lying on the ground YU GU FA The technique of dislocation breaking out of bones and joints and CHIN NA FA The technique of catch and hold At present the name CHIN NA FA has predominantly become established Totally there are 72 methods The ancient manuscrip

24、t calls this skill DI SHA SHOU Devil s Hand Specialists in WU SHU say there are 36 big and 72 small points on a human body 36 positions 72 positions and 108 positions techniques are also marked out in CHIN NA FA That traditional division has been maintained till now since long time when our ancestor

25、s created the theory of Editor s notes 3 Wang Zi Ping 1881 1973 nicknamed Yon An a Muslim from the town of Cangzhou in the province of Hebei Was of a family of WU SHU masters Trained from his childhood under the guidance of elder relatives Later learnt HUA QUAN from Sha Bao Xing and Ma Yun Long then

26、 CHA QUAN from Yang Hong Xu In 1928 after foundation of the Central Institute of National Martial Art in Nanking became the dean of the Shaolin faculty One of outstanding masters of the XX century 7 CHIN NA on the basis of the conception 36 TIAN GANG4 and 72 DI SHA5 But actually that is only a tribu

27、te to tradition that has no great practical significance 72 DI SHA Spirits of 72 Stars Editor s notes 4 TIAN GANG from TIAN the sky and GANG Constellation of the Great Bear 36 kind Spirits of the Great Bear in Chinese people s mythology 5 DI SHA from DI earth and SHA ill influence of Spirits Spirits

28、 of 72 stars in Chinese people s mythology who exert bad influence DI SHA oppose to 36 Spirits of the Great Bear who are called TIAN GANG see above According to that system DI SHA though they are Spirits of stars are considered to be incarnation of evil forces of the Earth 8 Preface by Zhao Jiang Li

29、u Jin Sheng xiansheng6 learnt the martial art in the province of Shandong He moved to the province of Zhejiang six years ago7 He has disciples all over the province However he lives a modest life at his leisure time he exchanges views with his colleagues in the martial art Long Wen is responsible fo

30、r training the police of this province and realizes that policemen in their struggle against criminals can not conform to requirements without acquiring the martial art Each time when we touch that topic to find quite quick as well as effective training methods Liu xiansheng surely puts to the foref

31、ront CHIN NA Our Martial Art WU SHU can cause body injuries to people it is difficult to learn this art and reach perfection When WU SHU is used body damages are often done to people but policemen are the people who protect public order The best of all is to use method CHIN NA in order to subdue peo

32、ple instead of inflicting body damages to them A good effect can be obtained with proper explanation and training Now those who are responsible for public order will get this book to study it and use the art of CHIN NA in society s interests It is for this purpose that we publish the book by Liu xia

33、nsheng Zhao Long Wen March 25 th of the Chinese Republic 1936 Editor s notes 6 Xiansheng a polite addressing to educated people especially to older persons and teachers in China like Mr or Sir in Britain 7 We wish to remind you that the book was published in 1936 9 Preface by Liu Jin Sheng Recently

34、those who talk of military science mainly pay attention to various armaments of three branches of the armed forces land forces navy force and air force and did not pay any attention to the national Martial Art GUO SHU inherent in China After the defeat of I He Tuan followers8 during the Qing dynasty

35、9 many believed that all who learnt WU SHU Editor s notes 8 I He Tuan uprising anti Government uprising of peasants and poor town dwellers in the northern China in 1899 1901 The uprising was initiated by the secret religious society I He Chuan The fist in the name of justice and concord Later insurg

36、ent troops were renamed to I He Tuan Detachments of justice and concord hence the name of the uprising As the name of society included the word Chuan or Quan Fist in recent standard spelling foreigners called insurgents boxers which gave another name to the I He Chuan uprising Boxer Rebellion The up

37、rising started in the province of Shantung where particularly great influence of western powers and Christian missionaries felt At the beginning of 1900 the center of the uprising moved to metropolitan province of Zhili So called boxers demolished railways and telegraph lines buildings of religious

38、missions and some governmental institutions actually they exercised control over a vast territory The movement spread to the provinces of Shansi and Manchuria In 1901 the uprising was suppressed with active participation of troops from Western powers Great Britain Germany Austria Hungary France the

39、USA Russia Italy as well as Japan 9 The monarchic dynasty that ruled in China right until the Xinhai Revolution of 1911 10 were bandits WU SHU was held in bad repute because I He Tuan followers drilled in it That s why people started to despise the national martial art Because of it men of matchless

40、 mastery in WU SHU are not in hurry to reveal their skill Some of them even went for knights of the road As a consequence the Chinese nation was labeled as a sick nation and foreigners oppress us for a few decades During several decades after Meiji Isin10 Japan our eastern neighbor joined the ranks

41、of leading world powers Many think that it had happened as a result of imitation of Europe and West but they do not know that long before Meiji Ising the Japanese cultivated the spirit of samurais and Yamato11 Studies in so called samurai spirit showed that it originated in our country During the Mi

42、ng12 dynasty some Chinese Chen Yuan Yun sailed to Japan and brought with him two kinds of the Chinese national martial art in one of them grappling and throws prevailed He taught local inhabitants who tried very hard and diligently acquired this skill The Japanese government encouraged that activity

43、 and supported its development by all means Finally this kind of martial art was named Jujitsu and later Judo it spread all over the country The Japanese people educated in that atmosphere was becoming brave and militant Editor s notes 10 MEIJI ISIN means renovation restoration of Meiji in Japanese

44、the revolution of 1867 1868 in Japan It overthrew the power of seguns from the house of Tokugava and restored the power of emperors The government headed by Mutsukhito emperor Meiji came to power it took a path of social and economic reforms 11 YAMATO a union of tribes in Japan in 3 4 centuries On t

45、he base of this union the Japanese state was founded The expression Yamato spirit became a synonym of the Japanese spirit 12 The Ming dynasty ruled in China since 1368 till 1644 11 Therefore if we speak about the salvation of our Motherland first of all we have to advocate our national martial art t

46、o keep up people s spirit Although recently the central authorities following instructions of the prime minister encourage exercises in national martial arts and both in the center and in provinces palaces of national martial art were founded but besides wrestling only two schools Shaolin and Wudan

47、were noticeably spread Also individual training mastering of forms or TAO is prevailed in those institutions but the applied aspect of techniques learnt is ignored Therefore if a man who has been exercising say even for twenty or thirty years and who engages a western boxer or a Japanese judo wrestl

48、er will be surely defeated Striving for nice looking movements without practical use and absence of fighting spirit are at the bottom of it In this way we shall lose little by little all the heritage of our ancestors who brilliantly used all methods and techniques in a combat Now foreigners say with

49、 a touch of irony that the Chinese martial art is nothing else but a dance with energetic movements Our ancestors knew how to drill by twos one against another and alone They were able to employ various techniques one after another in a fight attacking continuously the enemy so that he had no time t

50、o defend himself nothing to say about fighting back That is why such well known generals of the Ming dynasty as Qi Jiguang Yu Dayou and others encouraged a practical approach to training and rejected all showy and perfunctory things They made a glorious mark in the history Today sciences develop all

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