Kwan-Dao: Self Learning of the Chinese Long Weapons (Included Poster of Emperor Kwan)
130 pag. paperback 14 x 21 cm
A big black-and-white paster of General Kwan included.
In ancient China, the Dao (Broadsword) is the master of all weapons. Tai-Dao is a general term for the long-handle broadsword. The most representative type of all the tai-dao is the Kwan ¡VDao, named after the famous general Kwan Yu in the era of the Three Kingdoms. This book fully illustrates and describes the various types of Tai-Dao (Long-handled Broadsword), Kwan-Dao (Emperor Kwan¡¦s Broadsword), and Chai-Dao (Bandits¡¦ Encampment-Broadsword) vs. the long Bench. .