culture. Different schools and styles of fighting have originated due to historical development and territorial distribution. Its mind-training characteristic and philosophical significance also have far-reaching influence on today’s popular culture in China. - The coming together of world-famous gongfu masters Chinese gongfu is the essence of Chinese traditional culture. Different schools and styles of fighting have originated due to historical development and territorial distribution. Its mind-training characteristic and philosophical significance also have far-reaching influence on today’s popular culture in China. Zhang Sanfeng – Also known as Priest White-Brow, a Daoist priest during the late Yuan Dynasty and early Ming Dynasty. Legend has it that Zhang practiced Daoism in the Wudang Mountains in Hubei and was the founding father of the fighting style of the Wudang Sect. He was also one of the most highly skilled martial arts masters in Jin Yong’s wuxia novels. Shaolin gongfu – Shaolin Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Henan Province, China. Founded for over 1500 years, Shaolin Temple is not only the “world’s most famous temple”, its Shaolin gongfu, created and continuously developed by generations of Shaolin monks, is also well-known worldwide. It is said that “all martial arts under heaven originated from Shaolin” and “Shaolin gongfu is the best under heaven”. Shaolin 18 Bronzemen – Said to be chosen from the best of Shaolin disciples to be the guardians of Shaolin Temple. While they look like Shaolin warrior monks, their bodies are as firm as bronze, radiating a golden sheen that makes them look like statues of Buddha. Wong Fei-hung – He was an expert in Hung Ga, a southern Chinese martial art in contemporary China. Born in Foshan City in Guangdong Province, Wong was also a famous Chinese physician. The story of his life has been made into many popular films and television series, making Wong the iconic figure of contemporary Chinese gongfu. Bruce Lee– World-famous Chinese martial artist, martial arts actor and director. He was a disciple of Wing Chun teacher Yip Man and founder of Jeet Kune Do. Lee had such tremendous influence that he was named by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century.