By Lee Koon-Hung
;Choy Lay Fut КНИГИ ;РАЗНОЕ Название: Choy Lay Fut Автор:Lee Koon-Hung Издательство: Lee Koon-Hung Publishing corporation Год: 1983 Формат: PDF Размер: 16.17 Mб Страниц: 192 Качество: Хорошее Язык: английскийКнига по стилю ушу Чой Ли Фут (Цай Ли Фо). Описаны история стиля, стойки, перемещения, базовая техника и применение отдельных приемов.Скачать c turbobit.netСкачать c .comСкачать c uploading.com zero
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This office had formerly been held by members of the Tosa family when Tosa had been the favored school. When the Tokugawa Shogunate assumed the supreme rule and selected Edo as the ; seat of government, many Kano-school live and work. The seat of the Imperial court and center of traditional culture, and city artists went there and culture was established around the Shogun's court. This to new of Kyoto nevertheless remained the which developed with the many changes of the order, had times, its beginning in the Momoyama period and was the removal of the centralized government, did not hinder the fully progress of the arts in Kyoto, hi this era they flourished and "Within the framework of this feudal system the reached greater heights.
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