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Karate is a combination of traditional Japanese martial arts and Ryukyu martial arts tang hands, which originated from Japanese martial arts and ryukyu tang hands. Tangshu was developed from the introduction of Chinese martial arts in Ryukyu, combined with local martial arts Ryukyu players, and the native Japanese combined Kyushu, Honshu's wrestling and throwing combat skills with Tangshu, and eventually formed karate. After World War II, it was widely spread throughout the world through US military propaganda. Karate includes a variety of techniques such as kicking, hitting, throwing, taking, throwing, locking, twisting, reverse, and acupuncture. Some schools also practice weapon skills.

Tangshou is different from karate. Karate is formed in the later period. The prototype of Tangshou can be observed from karate. Modern and modern karate is different from Tangshou because it incorporates the fighting skills of Kyushu and Honshu in Japan, which makes people feel that karate is different from Chinese martial arts. But part of the karate skills are from China's Hequan. Tang Shou was probably developed by envoys to Kyushu, Ryukyu, Japan in the middle and late Ming dynasties, combined with local martial arts. Karate was developed by Tangshou combined with Japanese martial arts.

In 1789, Japan annexed Ryukyu; the Ryukyu gentry class ceased to exist because of its annexation, and Tang Shou also faced the danger of losing his hand. However, some of the gentry who had originally held official posts and Lulu turned to Tang practice with the sudden decline of their families. In this case, the Tang Shoujia Luzhou Anheng is committed to popularizing the Tang Shou in the school. In 1905, the Department of Physical Education of Okinawa Prefectural High School and Okinawa Prefectural Normal School also began to teach Tang Shou. In 1936, "Tangshou" was officially renamed "Empty". However, some Ryukyu people who were dissatisfied with Japanese rule crossed over to China to learn Chinese boxing skills and teach Tangshou in the dojo opened in China. These include Hucheng Yizheng, Dong Enna Kuanliang, Shangdi Wanwen and others. In Ryukyu, all the Karate sects are honoured by Dong Enna as the true founder of karate, all of whom have traveled to Fujian to learn Chinese boxing from Xie Chongxiang, the then white crane master of Yongchun.

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