Shaolin Hotel

Address: No.66 Zhongyue Street, Dengfeng, Henan, 452470, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Dengfeng District area of Dengfeng.
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    Travel Blogs from Dengfeng

    Always expect the unexpected

    A travel blog entry by shaolinpowered on Jul 11, 2015

    12 comments, 1 photo

    ... and left the top of my uniform in my room. Back at the Temple the man in charge of foreign affairs walked up to me and said that the Abbot [ven. master Shi Yong Xin] wanted to see me. The Abbot? See me? I thought I did not hear it right the first time. I could not show up at the Abbot's wearing only a t-shirt and going back to the room was out of the question. So I borrowed one of my teammates tops and off to see the Abbot. After exchanging formalities I ...

    Ban on kungfu shows?

    A travel blog entry by shaolinpowered on Jul 10, 2015

    5 comments, 1 photo

    ... meaning applying the right amount of power and explosiveness at the right time. Sometimes we know things already but we need a reminder and his speech sparked my insight. Although my chinese is not that good I could clearly sense his earnestness and somehow the message got through. But... I have seen other teachers at work here at Shaolin, teachers that transmit the message through a stick. For those not familiar with this teachingmethod, ...

    Fast Fu

    A travel blog entry by shaolinpowered on Jul 07, 2015

    6 comments, 2 photos

    ... because the master thinks I am ready. So after roughly 9 years of Kungfu practise , I start with this beautiful weapon. So basically in the end, everybody is happy. The fast food generation for wanting to learn the fast way, I call it fast fu and not kungfu and the seasoned practitioner learning only that what is needed. Fort the fast fu people, a little bit of everything leads to a whole lot of nothing. May whatever you learn though, inspire you to deepen the practise in the future. ...

    Kung Fu, Longmen Grottoes and Charlie

    A travel blog entry by blogriffin on Apr 09, 2015

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... latest grave being built in 2005 and “occupied” in 2008.

    A 5 minute drive to the Shaolin Nunnery – Yongtai for a vegetarian banquet lunch. The food was amazing. It is all vegetarian but done up as dishes that resemble traditional dishes such as sweet and sour pork, eel, fish etc…. Fresh steamed buns and a gorgeous desert of rice cakes in warm honey syrup with lychees and we were done!

    Shao Lin the home of Kung Fu

    A travel blog entry by hannah.1991 on Apr 25, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... we were picked up by 'the master'. He is a monk and Kung fu pro who opened an orphanage 8 years ago. He collects orphaned boys off the streets and gives them a home and food and reached them Kung fu. there's about 25 boys at the moment. Ice thu are 18 he helps them to find a job, usually in the army or in security. He is very highly respected by the children and everyone in the town. He drove us to our guesthouse which is run by ...