Learn Drunken Style Wushu
In this section you will learn a few basic Drunken Style techniques. The drunken style is one of the most famous, traditional wushu (kung fu) styles. In Chinese, the drunken style is called "Zui Quan" 醉拳 (Zui = Drunken = 醉) (Quan = Fist = 拳). The drunken style is a traditional style, but there are also modern drunken style forms. That's what you will see in kung fu shows such as the Shaolin shows. The difference between modern drunken style forms for shows and traditional drunken style forms is that show-forms are often shortened and in shows you will see more acrobatic jumps. However, traditionally, most of the moves are the same. Young wushu athletes always start with acrobatic drunken style forms because they just look cooler and are more fun for young people. The meaning of the movements is often lost in modern forms. Real drunken style masters who know dozens of different traditional standardized forms and all the applications are very hard to find, even in China. Find more wushu styles on the main page for wushu.