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10,000 Steps Straight Up: assorted tales of fortuitous events and inspirational people encountered while exploring China’s remote monasteries. The book is a collection of true stories of actual adventures experienced while on photographic expeditions to Chinese mountains where kung fu originated. Travel anecdotes describe the trials and tribulations, the sweet and the bitter, both comic and tragic during pilgrimages to ancient martial arts mountains, visited during the last 20 years. Full-color photographs related to the quests enhance the reading experience. A great book to read while flying, commuting, or enjoyed by virtual arm-chair travelers. 140 pages, 5.5” x 8.25”.

ISBN: 978-0-9968705-1-1

Find 10,000 Steps Straight Up at these locations.

- Online
        Independent Author's IndieBound Organization;
        Barnes and Noble;
        Apple iTunes/iBook;
        Amazon

 


China Archeology Musical Bronze Bells documentary:
New Yin For Old Yang, (excerpts)
© Dennis Lunt, 2004
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Winner: 6th Annual Silver Spoon Film Festival
2005 / Best Documentary / Ages 20+
Realto Theater / Loveland, Colorado
 


Wudang Tapestry - video created January, 2014
Inspired by Gu Shiyi (顾世毅), the
Wudang Taoist monk assisting with martial arts history project.
© Dennis Lunt, 2014
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


4 Sacred Mountains, Trailer #1
Video documentary in production to chronicle the history of Songshan, Huashan, Omeishan, and Wudangshan, the mountains where Chinese martial arts (kung fu) originated.
© Dennis Lunt, 2005
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


4 Sacred Mountains, Trailer #2
Video documentary in production to chronicle the history of Songshan, Huashan, Omeishan, and Wudangshan, the mountains where Chinese martial arts (kung fu) originated.
© Dennis Lunt, 2005
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED