Teacher Zhou Yuewen is passionate about martial arts and has been practicing martial arts since childhood. In 1982, he went to Wenzhou, Zhejiang with his teacher, Mr. Ji Jinshan, to teach martial arts, and he began the road of carrying forward Chinese martial arts. Later, he served as the vice president and head coach of the Minqiang Wushu Association. From 1993 to 1996, he went to Singapore Jingwu to teach martial arts. In 1997, he set up his own Ssangyong Martial Arts Hall in Shanghai, and taught martial arts at the Children's Palace in Jing'an District, and served as the head coach of Shanghai Qingpu Shangwu Martial Arts School. From 1998 to 2007, he worked as a martial arts teacher in Shanghai Xinzhuang Children's Palace. He taught at Jingwu in Singapore from 2004 and 2007 to 2009. In June 2009, a branch of the Minqiang Wushu Association was opened in Singapore.
I have studied a variety of boxing methods and weapons, including Xingyiquan, Xinyiquan, Baguazhang, Bajiquan, Liuhe Bafa, Shaolinquan, Chaquan, Mizongquan, 18 weapons, Chen-style Taiji, Yang-style Taiji , National Rank System Routines and International Competition Routines, etc.
Chinese martial arts are suitable for all ages, such as internal martial arts, Xingyi, Bagua, Tai Chi, etc., and emphasize both internal and external practice, and strengthen the internal and external. Exercise with gold, wood, water, fire, earth, heart, liver, spleen, stomach, and kidney, and the five elements are mutually reinforcing and restraining each other, and combined with the theory of Chinese medicine, it has the effects of strengthening the body, protecting the body, and prolonging life.
Through many years of martial arts teaching and research, Chinese martial arts is profound and profound, especially traditional martial arts. It has passed thousands of years of inheritance and evolution, contains China's long history and culture, and embodies the wisdom of the Chinese people. There are many types and unpredictable changes. This genius and charm that has been tempered over thousands of years has brought Chinese martial arts onto the stage of world attention. Not only the Chinese, but more and more foreigners have also ignited their curiosity and enthusiasm for Chinese martial arts. With the establishment of the International Wushu Federation, the Wushu Duan System has been promoted and is deeply loved by fans, especially young people. The current martial arts rank system has been promoted in elementary schools, middle schools, universities, and all walks of life both at home and abroad, setting off a worldwide upsurge, and some even come to China to learn art from thousands of miles away. At the same time, this has promoted cultural exchanges between China and other countries, established a good international friendship, and also allowed the world to understand China better, making China's martial arts culture flourish and well-known.
I teach martial arts in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and other places, and I deeply feel the love and pride of Chinese for martial arts, and the curiosity and respect of foreigners for Chinese martial arts. They are attracted by China’s rich martial arts types and styles, such as Waijiaquan, Shaolin Boxing, Hongquan, Chaquan, etc., Neijiaquan, Xingyiquan, Taiji, Bagua, Pictographic Boxing, the Second North and South School, Emei, etc. Wudang and other types of boxing. The combination of rigidity and softness, leaping and jumping, and ups and downs of martial arts give people a physical and artistic beauty. Many people abroad are very interested in traditional martial arts. They like Chinese Tai Chi, Bagua, Xingyi, etc. After learning and training martial arts, they understand Chinese history and culture, and they worship and respect China and Chinese martial arts. .
The development of Chinese martial arts is growing day by day. Its culture, its charm, and its spirit have brought great wealth to the world. It has put China on the world stage for everyone to study and appreciate. Chinese martial arts will continue to be carried forward, making people proud and making the world crazy.
Name : Zhou Yuewen
Sex : Male
Place of birth : Shanghai, China
Started martial arts in 1969
In 1970, he learned Shaolin Boxing from the late Master Xu Wenzhong, a famous martial artist
In 1978, I studied Baji Chaquan with Teacher Hao Hongchang in Jingwu, Shanghai
In 1979, he learned Baguazhang, Mizongquan, knives, spears, swords, sticks, and qigong under the late martial arts master Ji Jinshan as his teacher.
In 1987, he followed the master of Chaquan Li Zunsi as his teacher, and learned Chaquan and Xinyi Liuhequan. He also learned from such martial arts masters as Bai Yunfei, Yu Hualong, Hai Chaoxiang, Liu Yingfu, and Lu Junhai. Learn Yang style Tai Chi from the famous Tai Chi teacher Fu Zhongwen and Wu style Tai Chi from teacher Ma Yueliang.
Mr. Zhou Yuewen is the fourth generation successor of Shanghai Jingwu Huoyuanjia Mizongquan
Shaolin Fist, Xing Yi Liu He Quan, Xin Yi Liu He Quan, Liu He Ba Fa, Ba Gua Zhang, Qing Ping Sword, Mi Zong Quan, Cha Quan, Board sword, Spear, Sword, Stick, National Provides Routine, Chen Shi Taiji Quan, Yang Shi Taiji Quan, Soft Weapons, Qi Gong, Wu Xing Ba Duan Jing, Lion Dance, Dragon Dance, Face Changing (the unique skill of Sichuan Drama Art, which is losing ), etc.
Since the 1980s, he has won the national traditional martial arts Xingyiquan, Xinyi Liuhequan, Duel Training, Liuhe Knife, Crescent Shovel, Twelve-Shaped Boxing, traditional equipment and other martial arts competition champions, and won the Shanghai Top Ten Athletes.
In the first China Wudang Boxing International Friendship Conference, he won the Wushu Routine Excellence Award and the Excellent Paper Award respectively.
In 1983, he began to teach martial arts in Shanghai, Zhejiang, Wenzhou, Shandong and other places.
In 1987, he participated in the filming of the Shanghai film and television crew and participated in the performance of the Shenlong stunt team. Served as a martial arts actor and martial arts stand-in in the two TV series "Young Master Shanghai Beach" and "Dream of the Flower City".
In 1989, he was hired as the deputy director of Wushu Qigong Third Teaching and Research Section of Shanghai Xinhua Esperanto Alumni Association, teaching Tai Chi and Qigong.
In 1990, he was hired as a professional martial artist in Shanghai Hongqiao Art Troupe.
In 1990, he played the protagonist monster "CHI YOU" in China's first hotel art stage play "Five Thousand Years of Love", performing the face-changing stunt of Chinese Peking opera. And once went to Beijing to perform for a month, the former president Jiang Zemin and the mayor of Beijing and other central leaders came to watch it.
From 1989 to 1993, he was hired as the coach of Shanghai Sports Palace and the martial arts coach of Shanghai Huangpu District Sports Palace.
In 1993, he was hired as a special researcher of the Wudang Boxing Research Association of Wudang Mountain, China.
In 1993, he served as a member of Shanghai Qigong Science Research Association.
From 1993 to 1996, at the invitation of Haw Par Villa Singapore, he went to Haw Par Villa Singapore to be a martial arts actor, playing the role of Pig Ba Jie, Chivalry, and Lion Dance in "Journey to the West". He also teaches martial arts in Singapore.
From 1994 to 1997, he was hired as a martial arts consultant for the National University of Singapore.
In 1996, he returned to China and inherited his mentor. The famous Chinese martial arts qigong master Ji Jinshan founded the Minqiang Wushu Association in Shanghai in 1934. He served as the vice president and head coach, opened enrollment and taught in person.
In 1998, the Ssangyong Martial Arts Hall was established.
In 1998, he was hired as the head coach of martial arts in Shanghai Shangwu Martial Arts School. During this period, he was invited to train Shanghai security personnel, teaching militarized training such as capture, fighting, self-prevention, and riot prevention. And give lessons for the armed police force.
In 1998, he served as a martial arts coach in the Jing'an District Activity Center and a martial arts teacher in the Xinzhuang Children's Palace.
In November 2002, at the Fifth Student Art Festival Competition in Minhang District, Mr. Zhou Yuewen compiled his own martial arts routines and won the Excellent Guidance Award.
In 2004, he was hired to teach at the KL Selangor Jingwu Club in Malaysia.
In 2005, he was hired as a martial arts consultant for the Wuyou Association in Osaka, Japan.
In 2005, he set up the Shanghai Minqiang Wushu Association branch in Shanghai and started enrolling students.
In 2006, he was hired to Indonesia to participate in the 11th anniversary of the Bataan Taijiquan Morning Sports Association as a special guest and martial arts consultant.
In 2007, he was hired as the martial arts technical consultant of the Chen Tai Chi Association in Johor, Malaysia.
From 2007 to March 2009, he was hired as a full-time martial arts coach in Singapore Jingwu.
In 2011, he established the Singapore Minqiang Martial Arts Fitness Center in Singapore.