Bronze statue of Bruce Lee on display in LA


A 7.6-foot-tall bronze statue of martial arts star Bruce Lee is seen in Los Angeles' Chinatown Sunday, June 16, 2013 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Foreign learners love Chinese martial arts


Foreign learners practise Chinese martial arts movements at the Yuxu Palace on Wudang Mountain, in Central China's Hubei province, June 5, 2013.

The oldest kung fu novel discovered at Wudang Mountain


A copy of Heroes of Wudang Sect, an ancient kung fu novel in vernacular Chinese, was recently discovered in an antique shop on Wudang Mountain.

Wudang Martial Arts forum kicks off this month


Two famous Tai Chi masters and other cultural historians and medical experts will give lectures at a Wudang Martial Arts forum which will be held from June 15 to June 20 in the city of Danjiangkou.

Wudang sightseeing buses make good money


The annual ticket revenue of Wudang sightseeing bus fleet has reached one hundred million yuan ($16.31 million) , surpassing other similar enterprises in China.

SEM-experiencing coach of Baidu enters Wudang


The SEM (search engine marketing) coach of Baidu arrived in Wudang Mountains on May 27, as part of its 2013 Baidu Marketing Tour in China.

Wudang Mountains latest discounts


The Wudang Mountains, a scenic spot in Hubei province, welcomed as many as 28,000 tourists on April 13 and 14, the very first weekend after it issued its latest discount and rewards promotion.

Famous martial arts novelists collect folk songs in Wudang


A group of famous martial arts novelists and the editor-in-chief ofJingu Legend Martial Arts Version, a publication issued once every ten days, collected folk songs in Wudang from May 21 to May 23.

Wudang holds tourism promotion gala


A tourism gala promoting the Wudang Mountains took place on the night of May 18.

Tourists flow into Wudang on National Tourism Day


May 19 was the third National Tourism Day in China. With half-off ticket prices at 70 yuan ($11.29) a piece, the Wudang Mountains had received more than 13,000 tourists by 3 pm in the afternoon.

Wudang Kung Fu Group performs in universities


The “Wudang Culture Enters Universities” campaign, which aims to introduce Wudang Kung culture to major universities throughout China in the next five years, is underway in Shaanxi province , until May 22nd.

GEO magazine focuses on Wudang Mountain


In its first issue of the year, the French edition of GEO magazine devoted 14 pages to Wudang Mountain, thus introducing the site to readers all over the world.

Morning tourist coaches start running on Crow Hill, Wudang Mountain


Visitors to Wudang Mountainare now enjoying the opportunity to take early morning coaches from Crow Hill, which is particularly helpful for those wishing to stay overnight.

Beautiful scenery around Tai Chi Lake


The first stage of the construction of the Tai Chi Lake Ecological and Cultural Tourist Area, a part of the planned Tai Chi Lake Tourist Area, was recently completed.

Wudang Museum is named national second-class museum


Wudang Museum was awarded the title of national second-class museum on May 6, becoming the first county-level museum in central China’s Hubei province to receive this award.

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