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wu·shu

also wu shu  (wo͞o′sho͞o′)
n.
The Chinese martial arts.

[Mandarin wǔ shù : , martial (from Middle Chinese ʋuə̆´) + shù, skill, art (from Middle Chinese ʂɦyt).]

wushu

(ˈwuːʃuː)
n
(Martial Arts (other than Judo & Karate) & Combat Sports) a general term for Chinese martial arts
[from Chinese military + shú art]
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LAHORE -- The Inter-Provincial sports competitions are going to begin across the country from December 15 and Sports Board Punjab (SBP) will organize wushu and athletics competition here.
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AMMAN, April 17 (KUNA) -- Kuwait has won five gold medals at the ninth Arab clubs Wushu Kung Fu tournament which began here on April 15th.
According to Astana Department of Culture, the masters of art will show tricks of Wushu masters, skilful dance performances, instrumental solo on traditional Chinese instruments such as Erhu and Suo.
The Shaolin Temple Wushu Training Center offers a program for students worldwide to study and immerse themselves in the martial arts culture.
Inspired by his "childhood hero" Lee, Alizada has learned the art of nunchuku as well as wushu, coming top of his category in a recent martial arts competition.
Fortunately for the young man, a trainer took Alizada under his care to teach him Wushu, a Chinese mixed-martial art, when his parents could not afford to send him to a martial arts school.
Incheon, Sept 30 -- (BNA): The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) today expelled Malaysia's wushu first gold medallist Tai Cheau Xuen after she failed a drug test, according to the Malaysian News Agency (Bernama).
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