Martial arts as depicted in movies isn't the real thing, but it helps lead many to its rich philosophical side
Wudang Mountains scenic area plans to open a “Tai chi magic box” laser show at its Yinjie Square on Aug 23.
Xu Mingli, a member of the guard squadron in China’s ninth batch of peace-keeping forces in Sudan, brought Wudang marital arts to a global stage by working as a kung fu instructor to his international comrades.
The third Sino-France Wudang Taijiquan (tai chi) International Summer Camp opened on Aug 12 in the scenic area of the Wudang Mountains.
On the evening of Aug 9, the first multimedia live-stage dramaCaolu–Zhuge Liangwas officially launched at the Caolu Theater of Longzhong scenic area in Xiangyang city, Hubei province.
The Golden Summit is a major scenic spot in the Wudang Mountains and a major attraction for both pilgrims and tourists.
An local music association in the Wudang Mountains is organizing a New Year’s Eve concert to promote the region’s music industry.
Wudang kung fu inspired Singaporeans to visit Hubei province’s Wudang Mountains at a tourism carnival held in Singapore.
The porcelain exhibition co-hosted by Wuhan Museum and Fujian Folk Museum displayed 111 pieces of porcelain, among which many could date back to the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
Recently, images of the Wudang Mountains appeared in a landscape exhibition themed around "visiting famous Taoist mountains" held in the Water Cube, Beijing.
The White-Haired Witch of Lunar Kingdom, a three-dimensional martial arts film that opened in theaters July 31, has a number of scenes shot in Wudang Mountains.
The government of Wudang Mountains Special Zone started building a deck over Jianhe River in the Taichi Lake tourist area in June.
The Wudang Mountains are initially known for their status as a Taoist shrine. Their natural landscape and geographic location are also sources that make the Taoist rite well-known.
Wudang Mountains received more than 3 million tourists, rising 18.09 percent year-on-year, in the first six months of the year.
The first ‘Enjoying Cool Festival’ was opened at the Taichi Lake of Wudang Mountains on July 12.