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How To Count In Mandarin or Cantonese For Kung Fu
This page will help you to count in Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese) for Kung Fu. We have listed the primary Chinese numbers used in Kung Fu for training purposes such as stretching and forms or taolu. We have also added videos below that teach the proper pronunciation of Chinese numbers in Mandarin and Cantonese.
For other Kung Fu terms and words (i.e. Chinese names for kicks and punches), visit the Kung Fu Terminology page.
Kung Fu Numbers - Counting in Mandarin
Kung Fu Numbers - Counting in Cantonese
How to Count in Mandarin
How to Count in Cantonese
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