Two-section staff

Two-section staff
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Basic design of two-section staff

The two-section staff or Changxiaobang (Chinese: 長小棒; pinyin: cháng xiǎo bàng; lit. 'long/short pole') is a versatile weapon which originated in China from the ancient Shaolin temple and Shaolin martial arts. It is a flail-type weapon which consists of a long staff with a shorter rod attached by a chain, to serve as a cudgel.[1]

See also


  1. ^ Inside Kungfu: Chinese Martial Arts Encyclopedia. 6 May 2015. ISBN 9781329119420.
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