Shaolin Chin-Na Set 6
HUNGRY TIGER RETURNS TO DEN

The tiger-claw is famous in Shaolin Kungfu. There are three main functions of the tiger-claw, namely separating tendons, dislocating joints and gripping vital points. The tiger-claw is well represented in this set.

Besides being tricky, the Monkey, surprisingly to some people, is also well-known for chin-na, especially gripping the reproductive sex organs. The Monkey is often found in this set.

Shaolin Chin-Na Set 6 -- Hungry Tiger Returns to Den from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.


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The 10 sequences that form this set, i.e. Sequences 51 to 60 of the Shaolin 72 Chin-Na Techniques, are as follows. The sequence-set can be accessed here.

  1. Hungry Tiger Retreats from Den
  2. Little Devil Removes Shoe
  3. White Apes Ascends Tree
  4. White Monkey Catches Boar
  5. Monkey Steals Plum
  6. Steal Plum Under Leaf
  7. Immortal Plucks Tomato
  8. Bail Moon from Sea
  9. Catch Tiger in Mountain
  10. Under Leaf Pluck Lotus


The original sequences with repetitions as taught at the Special Shaolin Chin Na Course in Sabah in 2008 are as follws:

  1. Hungry Tiger Retreats from Den
  2. Little Devil Removes Shoe
  3. White Apes Ascends Tree
  4. White Monkey Catches Boar
  5. Monkey Steals Plum
  6. Steal Plum Under Leaf
  7. Immortal Plucks Tomato
  8. Bail Moon from Sea
  9. Catch Tiger in Mountain
  10. Under Leaf Pluck Lotus

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