The life of a Shaolin Kung Fu Kid

In China, some parents will send their kids away to train in kung fu as early as three years old! These kids work really hard, starting training at 5:30 in the morning and ending around 8 o’clock at night. These kids eat a vegetarian diet and also participate in Buddhist religious training, meditation, and chanting throughout the day. They keep their hair shaved and have to wear special kung fu training robes during their classes. They may only get to see their parents for one month a year during important holidays, and their kung fu masters take the place of their moms and dads while they’re away learning and training.

The kids train in kung fu while improving their physical and mental stamina. It’s tough work, but by the time they are 18 they are highly skilled warrior monks and have a strong knowledge of kung fu practice and philosophy. This is a prestigious education in China, and graduates can go on to become performers, members of the police or military, or could go on to teach kung fu themselves, either in China or around the world.

What do you think of the Shaolin Kung Fu Kids? Would you like to grow up in a Shaolin training school?

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Written by Amber @ InteractChina.com

Posted by Yuqing@ InteractChina.com


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