originated about 1.500 years ago is a branch of Chinese kempô which emphasizes an
active, external show of force, with daring, vigorous attacks. But as
practiced today the school draws on techniques introduced into Japan in
1947 by Sô
Dôshin. This school does not determine winners and losers in
combat. Rather, emphasis is placed on training and on exercises between
two people, each taking turns in applying basic techniques on the other.