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Martial arts show staged at Shaolin Epo Wushu College

By Xue Meng (People's Daily Online)

14:56, May 30, 2012

Students practice martial arts at Shaolin Epo Wushu College. (People's Daily Online / Xue Meng)

Dengfeng, May 30 (People's Daily Online) As a serial event of the 11th "Experience Henan Online", journalists from more than 60 media visited the Shaolin Epo Wushu College in Dengfeng, Henan province on May 29 and watched martial arts show performed by college students.

The college, founded in 1977, has become one of the earliest professional martial arts schools since the founding of the People's Republic of China. It covers an area of 100,000 square meters and has excellent teaching environment.

The school has been authorized as chief secondary school by the Education Bureau of Henan province and named as "Henan Province Sports Reserved-Talents Training Base" by the Henan Provincial Sports Bureau.

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