What does Wu-Tang mean ??

Is it Chinese or Japanese, and what exactly do the words Wu-Tang mean ?

Are they a Clan of Wicked Sorcerers ?

8 Answers

  • ?
    1 month ago

    Wu-Tang is a sword style of kung fu martial arts done primarily in Northern

    China. The term “wu-tang” translates to battle.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    The word Wu-Tang comes from the name of the Taoist holy mountain Wu Dang in northwest Hubei Province in central China; it was also the site of the Ming Purple Imperial City built by Emperor Yong Le during 1404 to 1420. The RZA and Ol’ Dirty Bastard adopted the name for the group after seeing the kung-fu film Shaolin and Wu Tang, which features a school of warriors trained in Wu-Tang style. The group’s debut album loosely adopted a Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang theme, dividing the album into Shaolin and Wu-Tang sections and using dialogue excerpts as skits

  • ?
    5 days ago

    Wu tang means a way of life and of speaking. The Rza always says The Tang is the slang, The Wu is the way.

  • modern wushu
    1 month ago

    Wu Tang is another mainstream of Chinese Martial art. Like the shaolin.

    Wu tang wushu is more internal style of Kung fu like the Tai chi.

  • crazy_fuzzy_bunny
    1 month ago

    Wasn’t that a name of a rapping band? The Wu Tang Clan… or am I mistaken and there is more than one of them?

  • Manji
    1 month ago

    Wu-tang is a bad American english pronounciation of Wudan.

    Basically, the Wudan mountains were home to numerous Daoist gung-fu stylists/styles…supposedly, it was the home of the original Taijiquan (i.e. Tai Chi).

  • Anonymous
    6 days ago
  • Brian B
    1 month ago

    The rza, the gza, ol dirty bastard, inspecktah deck, raekwon the chef, ghostface killah, u-god and the m-e-t-h-o-d man!

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