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Q: Martial arts classes

Does anyone know the not-so-expensive places for learning martial arts in Shanghai?

6 years 39 weeks ago in  Sports - Shanghai

 
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What do you want to learn?.  I've been to a couple of Wing Chun places, and I know where there's a Muay Thai place.  But they're not cheap.

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Yeah at the shaolin temple.....some kid that was teaching here said he went to study Kung fu for several years then he decided to teach since going to college and getting a degree really wasn't a requirement here. 

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there is a famous on in shandong  song jiang wu xiao, named after one of the outlaws from chinese literature outlaws of the marsh, you can take lessons full time during the week and teach at training school on weekends, currently 2 foreigner i know have been there for 2 years.

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I am working in Shanghai and just searching for a club to take classes in the evenings, maybe twice a week, or at weekends.I was doing wushu when I was studying in Hangzhou, before I was training Jujitsu and Jeet Kune Do. Anyone knows the places for these arts? Or the personal trainers?

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