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History
Fanziquán (Chinese: 翻子拳; literally "Rotating fist")
Until at least the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), Fanziquán was known as Bashanfan (Chinese: 八閃翻; literally "8 flash tumbles"), or "8 evasive tumbles" and in the Qing Dynasty as BafanMén (Chinese: 八翻门; literally "8 Rotations School").
According to the Bafanquan manuals, during the Ming dynasty a master named Wang Zhiyuan had been taught the boxing by a mountain wanderer. It is said that Master Wang was an accomplished warrior but had become injured in battle in a remote part of what is currently Shandong province.

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Style
Is a Chinese martial art that emphasizes offense and defense with the hands. Its movements have been described as:
Two fists are fast like the falling rain drops, and fast like a snapping whip.
Fanziquán routines are usually quite short and very fast. It is a source of many other modern styles like Eagle Claw.

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Videography

Fanzi Quan

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Fan Qiang fanzi quan

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Fanziquan Ma Tongbei

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Fanziquan

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Hebei Fanziquan - Yi He Fan [河北: 翻子拳 - 义和翻]

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翻子拳/Fanziquan form

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