Kung Fu master squeezing into a toddler’s shirt. Wang Baohe from north China’s Hebei Province is one of the last masters of “Body Shrinking” Kung Fu, and has been fighting to keep the rare form of martial arts alive.An ancient art, which is known in Chinese as ‘suogugong,’ and he’s been fighting to keep it alive.
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Not literally of course, because it revolves around one’s ability to contort their body rather than afflicting any physical damage on another person. In that sense, it’s unlike its namesake.
In ‘suogugong,’ a kung fu master dislocates his bones and joints in order to achieve unusual feats.Watch as Wang Baohe utilises the mystical art to fit into clothing designed for toddlers.
It makes for some pretty scary viewing, although you just can’t look away.Baohe shows that there’s no need to throw out those old clothes when they don’t fit. Instead, simply suogugong your way into them.