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Kung Fu China Training supports you


Supported by the SKF-China association

The non-profit association Kung Fu China Training has made its mission to accompany you in your project to travel to China in order to learn Kung Fu and to discover Chinese culture. To carry out its mission, the association must be able to cover its operating costs as well as the costs related to the production and sending of your invitation letter and accommodation certificate, which is essential for your VISA application (the price of the VISA remains at your expense). Thus, in order to be supported by Stage Kung-Fu Chine, you must first join the association.

The fees of membership in the Kung Fu China Internship Association depends on the length of your stay at the Kung Fu School (the cost of producing documents for stays of 5 weeks or more is higher).

  • 100€ = For stays from 1 to 4 week(s).
  • 150€ = For stays of 5 weeks or more.

What are the benefits of becoming a member of SKF-China?

  • Personalised support for all the steps before leaving and during your stay at the Shi Miao Hai’s school,
  • Production is sending the necessary documents for your VISA application (letter of invitation from the school and accommodation certificate),
  • 15% discount on the price of all Shi Miao Hai internships during his travels in Europe.

Kung Fu Shaolin school fee


What are the prices of Kung Fu training in China?

Zhang Qian’s school of kung fu is open practically all the year, from the middle of February to mid December. As during the times when She Miao Hai (Zhang Qian) taught Shaolin kung fu at the Fawang temple, Zhang Quian’s school does not impose fixed dates for teaching. You can decide the day of your arrival and your departure in accordance with the free places.

The price grid correspond to the cost of full board at the school in Dengfeng in China. The fee per week decreases according to the number of weeks. 1 week will cost 25% less if you take 4 instead of 1. The sums must be paid in full, in Yuan, on the first day of your arrival at the school. The fee in EUROS are indicative and follow the course of the Yuan (at about 48h).

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13 weeks
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17 weeks
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21 weeks
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It should also be noted that in China, schools usually do not refund money. It may seem far from our western consumption habits, but that’s the way it is there. Let us be clear that the training is trying and that the temptation to put an end to it prematurely may be great. Leaving knowing this must also put your motivation to the test. In exceptional situations, a portion of the tuition fees may be reimbursed, at Shi Miao Hai’s discretion.

What does the price include?

  • Training (between 25 and 30 hrs / week),
  • Mandarin & calligraphy lessons (about 6h / week),
  • Food (3 meals per day),
  • Housing.

On your arrival, the school provides:

  • the training kit with the outfit and the pair of “feiyue” type shoes,
  • the toilet set with a basin for the laundry, a small towel, a bar of soap, a cup, a toothbrush, a tube of toothpaste, as well as a bowl / cup kit and chopsticks for eating.

What does the price not include?

  • Airline tickets,
  • The price of the visa,
  • Airport <-> school transfer.

Where is your money going?

  • Food,
  • Staff salaries,
  • Rent of buildings and land,
  • Government tax on foreigners,
  • Repayment of loans for renovation work,
  • Support for some children unable to pay.

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