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New Instructor: Zhao Qingjian

Zhao Qingjian (Zhao Qing Jian) has been called many things, "The God of wushu" and "the new Jet Li" are just a few examples. In late 2010 Zhao Qingjian became one of the instructors for our martial arts program. For anyone who stays up to date with kung fu and wushu news, this is a big deal!

The following are just a few of Zhao Qingjian's achievements:

At age thirty-one, Zhao Qingjian became the oldest male ever to win a gold medal in modern wushu at the 11th National Games of the People's Republic of China. Trained in both modern wushu and traditional kung fu, Zhao is a former member of the Beijing Wushu Team as well as the Shaolin Warrior Monk Demonstration Troupe. Zhao earned several national and international titles, including a gold medal at the Wushu Tournament Beijing, held during the 2008 Olympic Games.

  • Gold Medal in Changquan, 2005 in 10th All China Games
  • Chinese Wushu Association representative to Italy, Greece & Poland, 2004
  • World Champion in Changquan, 2003 in 7th World Wushu Games
  • Gold Medal in Changquan, 2001 All China Games Qualifiers
  • Men's All Around Champion, 2000 China National
  • Gold Medals in Changquan & Broadsword, 2000 China National
  • Bronze Medal in Staff, 2000 China National
  • Wuhan Sports University Graduate, 1998-2002
  • Shaolin Temple representative to perform in the US, Canada, Germany, and other countries, 1995-1998
  • Regional Broadsword & Changquan Champion, 1992-1995 in Guandong
  • All Around Champion in Shandong Sports School, 1987-1992 in Shandong Region


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