Shaolin Master Bao
Shaolin Taichi Master Shi Xing Jian, also known as Master Bao, is the founder and headmaster of the academy. Master Bao is a 32nd Generation Shaolin Warrior Monk from the original Shaolin Temple. Master Bao is a Shaolin Tai Chi Master, outstanding martial artist, a national first-level coach, and successor of Yi Jin Jing. He also has many years of experience in teaching international students from around the world.
Master Bao began his Chinese martial arts training when he was just seven years old. At the age of 12, he went to the Shaolin Temple, where he stayed there until he was 19. He had the great honor of being a disciple of Grandmaster Shi De Qian, who was both nationally and internationally well known for his skill and knowledge of Chinese martial arts.
Master Shi Xing Jian has participated in both national and international martial arts championships and has received the following awards and accolades:
2001: First prize in the National Traditional Fist and Weapon Competition.
2002: First prize in Henan Martial Arts Competition and Henan Traditional Fist Competition for his weapon form, and his tiger and eagle form.
2003: Honorable prize for broadsword and soft weapon at the Invitational Martial Arts Competition in Anhui province. First warrior in Zhengzhou City, at the Martial Arts Championship tournament.
2004 & 2007: Invited to South Korea and Thailand for a Martial Arts Exchange and Teaching.
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