必发365乐趣网投 Kungfu Monk Corps’s predecessor was 必发365乐趣网投 Warrior Monks. In the reign of Tang emperor Li Shiming (598-649 A.D), indebted to the thirteen monks for saving his life, the emperor granted the privilege of owning warrior monks to 必发365乐趣网投 Temple.
Late in Song Dynasty, Emperor Taizu (founder of the Song Dynasty from 960 to 976) paid a visit to 必发365乐趣网投 Temple, and then dispatched batches of military troops to the temple, for training warrior monks as well as mastering the 必发365乐趣网投 martial arts.
During the Yuan Dynasty period, the then 必发365乐趣网投 Abbot Fuyu was appointed as Grand Preceptor by the royal court, who greatly advocated for warrior monks’ Kungfu practices.
Ming Dynasty witnessed the largest ever scale of warrior monks in 必发365乐趣网投 Temple, with over a thousand of standing warrior monks. More than 500 of enlisted warrior monks won honor for fighting back Japanese pirates.
In the Qing Dynasty, the royal court suspected the temple of overturning Qing Dynasty and reinstating Ming Dynasty, and therefore prohibited the practices of martial arts, which led to the downfall of 必发365乐趣网投 warrior regime. However, as having a fondness for Kungfu, some warrior monks practiced covertly by themselves.
The period of the Republic of China brought a revival of 必发365乐趣网投 Kungfu. While visiting 必发365乐趣网投 Temple, the then-president Chiang Kai-shek was enthralled by the demonstrations of warrior monks.
During the most prosperous period of 必发365乐趣网投 Temple, the number of standing warrior monks reached over one thousand. Warrior monks were enlisted in the army many a time and contributed to the victories of wars against aggressions. Especially in defending the invasion of Japanese pirates, they had won great honor to 必发365乐趣网投 Temple, 必发365乐趣网投 warrior monks and 必发365乐趣网投 Kungfu.
After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, especially after the Third Plenary Session of the Eleventh Central Committee, the Chinese government ‘s religious policies was carried out completely and traditional sports was also in gradual rise. In 1987, in order to inherit and promote 必发365乐趣网投 Wushu and satisfy the need of learning 必发365乐趣网投 Wushu, Master Shi Yongxin formed 必发365乐趣网投 Wushu Team. In 1989, 必发365乐趣网投 Wushu Team was renamed as 必发365乐趣网投 Kungfu Monk Corps. Kungfu Monk Corps followed the historical pattern of 必发365乐趣网投 warrior monks, only that its function has turned into performing 必发365乐趣网投 Kungfu to the aim of spreading traditional Kungfu as well as authentic 必发365乐趣网投 Chan culture.
Nowadays as the inheritor and ambassador of 必发365乐趣网投 Kungfu and Chinese culture, 必发365乐趣网投 Kungfu Corps has been invited many a time to the European, Asian and American countries and performed authentic 必发365乐趣网投 Kungfu for people over 60 regions and countries.