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Noun, Suru verb
1. scheme; device; scheming; devising; figuring out; coming up with; solving ingeniously​
計画です。This is a plan of my own devising.
2. dedication to spiritual improvement (esp. through Zen meditation)​
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3. Kung fu (term)​Kung fu, gongfu, or gung fu is a Chinese term referring t... Read more

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Monday, June 22nd 2020 at 3:15PM
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Kung fu means "skillful man" so how is "kung flu" "racist"?

Monday, June 22nd 2020 at 3:47PM
Steve Williams



Kung fu means "skillful man" so how is "kung flu" "racist"?

Monday, June 22nd 2020 at 3:47PM
Steve Williams


AGAIN, I have nothing but respect for a man who Believes a SUBJECT and then learns its Language!

.....Always great work steve....


I hate to interrupt truthful scholarly HARD WORK


Many people in America self identify or are considered COLORED'white n IGGAS'



AND the Definition you seek, or was used 6/20/20...in Racist USA land #1 Oklahoma...Indian Territory

can be found where a bunch of COLORED'whiteBlack n IGGAS' preside....URBAN DICTIONARY



Kung Flu

another name for coronavirus but racist;

White Man- I think I have the Kung flu

Chinese Man- WTF dude I am Chinese, that is totally racist

White man- well if you guys were more sanitary over there in China I wouldn't have this Asian disease.


Kung Fu


Kung F-U

When you flip someone off after giving them a square hit to the jaw.

Yo man did you see Larry last night?! He punched a n*gga in the jaw then flipped him off!

He totally Kung F-Ued him.


Monday, June 22nd 2020 at 8:33PM
robert powell
Something was nagging at me about the name which I figured out when I did a search for the tv series that featured kung fu. I'd forgotten that was the name itself. Anyway it was one of my favorite series so I guess that's why I took it as more respectful than derogatory.

Monday, June 22nd 2020 at 9:45PM
Steve Williams
I've been studying classical Chinese but now I'm thinking I'll check with my alma mater which is now nearby again, who now offers a two-year course of study in Mandarin.

Monday, June 22nd 2020 at 9:50PM
Steve Williams

...Again....Kudos to you for your language study, and its philosophy on 2020...


David Carradine, COLORED'white' actor(60s)....was (Kwai Chang Caine), a Shaolin monk ...Kung Fu

...YES..Probably, at time my favorite TV series; of an Asian, with no gun, in USA West teaching Kung Fu

fighting. fighting Racism of Cowboys? to Natives, Africans and Asians Living in Old West....

Tuesday, June 23rd 2020 at 10:14AM
robert powell
The name refers to the woods of Shaoshi (少室; Shǎo Shì) mountain, one of the seven peaks of the Song mountains. The first Shaolin Monastery abbot was Batuo (also called Fotuo or Buddhabhadra), a dhyāna master who came to ancient China from ancient India[2] or from Central Asia[3] in 464 AD to spread Buddhist teachings.

According to the Continued Biographies of Eminent Monks (645 AD) by Daoxuan, Shaolin Monastery was built on the north side of Shaoshi, the central peak of Mount Song, one of the Sacred Mountains of China, by Emperor Xiaowen of the Northern Wei dynasty in 477 AD, to accommodate the Indian master beside the capital Luoyang city. Yang Xuanzhi, in the Record of the Buddhist Monasteries of Luoyang (547 AD), and Li Xian, in the Ming Yitongzhi (1461), concur with Daoxuan's location and attribution. The Jiaqing Chongxiu Yitongzhi (1843) specifies that this monastery, located in the province of Henan, was built in the 20th year of the Taihe era of the Northern Wei dynasty, that is, the monastery was built in 495 AD.

As the center of Chan Buddhism, the Shaolin Temple attracted many emperors’ attention in China’s history. During the Tang dynasty 618–907 AD Empress Wu Zetian (AD 625–705) paid several visits to the Shaolin Temple discussing Chan philosophy with high monk Tan Zong. According to legend, Emperor Taizong granted the Shaolin Temple extra land and a special "imperial dispensation" to consume meat and alcohol during the Tang dynasty. If true, this would have made Shaolin the only temple in China that did not prohibit alcohol. Regardless of historical veracity, these rituals are not practiced today.[4] This legend is not corroborated in any period documents, such as the Shaolin Stele erected in 728 AD. The stele does not list any such imperial dispensation as reward for the monks' assistance during the campaign against Wang Shichong, only land and a water mill are granted.[5] The founder of the Yuan dynasty, Kublai Khan (AD 1215–1294) ordered all Buddhist temples in China to be led by the Shaolin Temple; eight princes during the Ming dynasty converted to Shaolin.

Tuesday, June 23rd 2020 at 2:40PM
Steve Williams
Senator Klobuchar is on the floor now speaking against the Justice Act.

Tuesday, June 23rd 2020 at 4:12PM
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