Huzhou Qingquan Martial Arts and Culture School


British students learn martial arts at the International Humanities Exchange Center of Huzhou Qingquan Martial Arts and Culture School. [Photo provided to]

The International Humanities Exchange Center of Huzhou Qingquan Martial Arts and Culture School is situated in the Lanxiangshan Scenic Area of Changxing county, Huzhou, East China's Zhejiang province.

It covers an area of more than 560 mu (37.33 hectares) and is located 15 kilometers to the south of the county center. The center boasts excellent transportation connections, with Taihu Lake to the east, Qilin Mountain to the west, and Yixing, a county-level city in Jiangsu province, to the north.

The center offers a variety of facilities, such as a martial arts cultural research and study base, as well as a natural science exploration park. These facilities cater to the diverse needs of visitors, including those interested in nature, martial arts, leisure, tourism, and Red education.

The natural science exploration park spans over 7,500 square meters underground and includes 15 pavilions dedicated to unraveling the mysteries of the natural world. Meanwhile, the martial arts cultural research and study base covers an area of over 30,000 sq m. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in martial arts culture through performances, experiences, and leisure activities. The base also provides observation decks for witnessing breathtaking sunrises over Taihu Lake and enjoying the night lights. Visitors can also explore various attractions related to Chinese historical figures, such as Xi Shi, Lu Yu, and Wu Cheng'en, as well as diverse forests.

The center has received numerous accolades, including being recognized as a national-level humanistic and social science popularization base as well as one of the top 10 martial arts schools in China. It welcomes foreign visitors for sightseeing and martial arts exchanges every year. Moreover, it has actively participated in martial arts performances, training, and cultural exchanges in over 10 countries, including Spain, Switzerland, Egypt, Qatar, France, Russia, and Italy. 

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