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First mention of Qingping Jian date back to the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220),when Chen Lin wrote, "If you are a nobleman of strong stature, then you must have Qingping Jian." Historically though, an 18th Century Daoist monk named Pan Zhen (whose Daoist name was Yuan Kui) is credited with creating Qingping Jian as a sword fighting system. Pan was a scholar as well as expert swordsman who, according to legend, spent many years in meditation at Long Hu Shan (Dragon and Tiger Mountain) in Jiangxi Province. He developed a profound knowledge of sword fighting and traveled throughout China exchanging techniques with the best martial arts masters of his day. After years of study, he assembled the best sword fighting techniques he could find into a series of six routines for a total of 365 movements. According to legend, Pan developed one move for each of the 360 days of the old lunar calendar; one for each of the four seasons; plus one extra for good measure. A four-character verse of historical or cultural significance is used to describe each move. For example, "Angel Threads the Spindle," or "Sun Moon Exchange Rays," serve as a poetic guide to help remember and pass on the routines to successive generations.
Historical records indicate that Pan Zhen taught a monk Meng Jiaohua from Shandong Province. Meng in turn taught Shandong monk Feng Xiyang who transmitted it to Monk Yang Elin, also from Shandong. Yang trained Monk Jia Yunhe and lay disciple Liu Wenshi, both from Hebei's Cangzhou County
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