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Alphabetical listing

* Bafaquan - Eight Methods
* Baguazhang (Bagua Zhang) - Eight Trigrams Palm
* Bajiquan - Eight Extremes Fist
* Bak Mei - White Eyebrow
* Black Tiger Kung Fu
* Chaquan - Cha Fist
* Changquan - Long Fist
* Chuo Jiao - Poking Feet
* Choy Gar - also known as Rat Kung Fu
* Choi Lei Fut (Cil f)
* Dachengquan - Great Achievement Boxing (Yiquan)
* Ditangquan - Ground-Prone Fist, Ground Tumbling Boxing
* Do Pi Kung Fu
* Dragon Kung Fu (Lung Ying)
* Duan Quan - Short Range Boxing
* Emeiquan (O Mei Ch'uan)
* Fanziquan - Overturning Fist, Tumbling Boxing
* Five Ancestors - Wuzuquan or Ngo Cho Kun
* Five Animals
* Fujian White Crane
* Fu Jow Pai - Tiger Claw System (also titled Black Tiger Kung Fu or Hark Fu Moon)
* Fut Gar - Buddhist Palm
* Gouquan - Dog Fist
* Hakka Kuen
* Hong Cha
* Hop Gar
* Houquan - Monkey Fist
o Drunken Monkey
* Heihuquan: see Black Tiger Kung Fu
* Hsing-i Ch'uan: see Xingyiquan
* Huaquan - China Fist
* Hung Fut - Hung and Buddha style kung fu
* Hung Gar (also known as Hung Ga or Hung Kuen) - Shaolin Style and ancestor to many southern styles
* I Liq Chuan - Mind-Body Art, founded by Chin Lik Keong of Malaysia
* Jeet Kune Do - Way of The Intercepting Fist
* Jian Shou - "splashing hands"; the oral history claims was developed for Shaolin guards in the 1700s.
* Jing Wu Men - Jing Wu, a famous school founded in Shanghai that teaches several different styles.
* Jing Quan Do - a modern synthetic style
* Jow-Ga Kung Fu - Jow family style
* Kuntao - Way of the Fist, a Hokkien term referring to Chinese martial arts practiced in Southeast Asia and in Indonesia in particular
* Lau Gar - Lau family style
o Lai-Ga-Sau - A recently created separate branch based in the United Kingdom
* Lai Tung Pai- Shaolin Style that mixes long and short fist
* Lama Pai
* Leopard Kung Fu
* Li Gar - Li Family or Lee Family style
* Liu Seong Kuntao (also Liu Seong Gung Fu, Liu Seong Chuan Fa) - A Chinese art with Indonesian influence, practiced primarily in the United States
* Liuhebafa Chuan (Liu He Pa Fa, Lok Hup Ba Fa) - Six Harmonies, Eight Methods or Water Boxing
* Luohan Quan - Arhat Boxing, Law Horn Kuen
* Mei Hua Quan (Plum Blossom Fist)
* Mian Quan (Cotton Boxing)
* Mizongyi (Mz ng qun) - Lost Track Fist (also known as My Jong Law Horn)
* Mok Gar - Mok family style
* Monkey Kung Fu see Houquan
* Nam Pai Chuan - North South Fist
* Nan Quan - Southern Fist
* Northern Praying Mantis
* Northern Shaolin - Bei Shaolin
* Pai lum - White Dragon, Pai Family Method, a modern style based on Kenpo with Chinese influences found mainly in the US and Canada
* Paochui - Cannon Fist, Sanhaung Paochui
* Piguaquan - Chop-Hitch Fist, Axe-hitch boxing
* Praying Mantis: see either Northern or Southern Praying Mantis
* Sanshou or Sanda - Free Fighting
* San Soo
* Shaolin Quan
* Shequan - Snake Fist
* Shuai Chiao (Shuaijiao) - Chinese and Mongolian styles of wrestling
* Southern Praying Mantis
o Chow Gar - Chow Style Southern Praying Mantis
* Tai Chi Chuan (Tai Chi Chuan, Taijiquan) - Supreme Ultimate Boxing
o Chen style tai chi chuan
o Yang style tai chi chuan
o Wu/Hao style tai chi chuan
o Wu style tai chi chuan
o Sun style tai chi chuan
* Tantui - Spring Leg style
* Tibetan White Crane
* T'ien Shan Pai
* Tongbeiquan - Through-the-Back Fist
* White Crane: see either Fujian White Crane or Tibetan White Crane
* Wing Chun - See also Wing Tsun
* Wudangquan
* Xingyiquan (Hsing-i Chuan) - Form-Intent Fist
* Yau Kung Mun - Flexible-Power Style
* Yingzhaoquan - Eagle Claw Fist
* Yuejiaquan - Yue family Fist/Boxing
* Yiquan (I Ch'uan) - Mind Boxing
* Zhuan Shu Kuan - A modern composite style containing elements of Tae Kwon Do and northern Shaolin. This style is based in the UK.
* Zi Ran Men - Natural Boxing or "fist of nature"

General terms

* Chi Gerk - Term used for sticky legs sensitivity training most notably used in Wing Chun. Similar concepts are also practiced in Hung Gar and other Chinese martial arts
* Chi Sao - Term used for sticky arm sensitivity training most notably used in Wing Chun. Similar concepts are also practiced in Hung Gar and other Chinese martial arts
* Zui Quan "Drunken Fist" - Term used for "drunken" techniques in many styles of Chinese Martial Arts
* Dim Mak - General term for point striking
* Iron Palm is a body of training techniques in various Chinese martial arts.
* Iron Shirt is a form of hard style martial art exercise for protecting the human body from impacts in a fight.
* Lei Tai (Li ti) - Full Contact competition platform used in Chinese Martial Arts.
* Qinna (Chin Na) - General term for joint locks
* Sanshou - General term for sparring methods, but also another name for the sport, San da
* Tuishou - Term used for the "push hands" partner exercises used in the Neijia arts.

Internal and external styles

Chinese martial arts may be divided into Neijia (internal family) or wiji (external family) styles.

Many styles combine both internal and external techniques; Chow Gar is a good example of this.

There is an ongoing debate within the martial arts community at both the popular and scholarly level over the distinction between "internal" and "external" arts. Consequently, the list of styles considered internal or external may vary greatly from source to source. There are only three Chinese styles that are universally recognized as internal, and they are sometimes referred to as the "Orthodox internal styles." These three styles are Xingyiquan, Baguazhang, and Tai Chi Chuan, the three arts counted as internal and set apart by Sun Lutang, who greatly popularized the terms "niji" and "wiji" as a method of classifying martial arts.

Styles often considered internal styles

* Baguazhang (Pa Kua Chang) - Eight Trigrams Palm
* Liuhebafa Chuan (Liu He Pa Fa, Lok Hup Ba Fa) - Water Boxing
* Tai Chi Chuan (Tai Chi Chuan, Taijiquan) - Ultimate Supreme Fist
* Xingyiquan (Hsing-i Chuan) - Shape-Intent Fist
* Yiquan (I Chuan) - Mind Boxing
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tks atas infonya...good trid.
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