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Flying scissors to the neck. The opponent is forced to the ground with a twist of the body.
Flying scissors to the neck. The opponent is forced to the ground with a twist of the body.
Vietnamese martial art artifact from the 17th century at Vietnam National Museum of Fine Arts - Hanoi, Vietnam.
Vietnamese martial art artifact from the 17th century at Vietnam National Museum of Fine Arts - Hanoi, Vietnam.
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Traditional Vietnamese martial arts (Võ thuật Cổ truyền Việt Nam; Chữ Hán: 武術古傳越南) often referred to as Võ thuật (Chữ Hán: 武術), can be loosely divided into those of the Sino-Vietnamese descended from the Han, and the Chams or indigenous Vietnamese.

Traditional schools

Modern schools

Modern styles, or Phái (schools), include:

Overseas

Terminology

See also

References

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