Shaolin Temple China 

The Shaolin Temple was founded in 495 AD.  In the western foothills of Songshan Mountain, 13 km northwest of Deng Feng City in Henan Province, which was built during the reign of Emperor (Xiaowen) of the Wei Dynasty.
The North Shaolin Temple was built to house the Indian master (Buddha Adarma). The Shaolin Temple literally means "Temple in the lush, deep forests of Songshan Mountain," but it is also known as the Young Forest.
(Buddha Adarma) In this place, as the first court, Shaolin devoted himself to translating Buddhist books and preaching the teachings of hundreds of his followers.  Later, another Indian monk named (Buddha Dharma) entered the Shaolin Temple, which is said to have crossed the Yangtze River and reached this place.  He spent nine years of his life practicing meditation in a cave in the Shaolin Peaks and then began St. Chan in the Shaolin Temple.after that (Buddha Dharma) was honored as the first patriarch of Chan Buddhism.
Since Chinese kung fu also originated in the Shaolin Temple, it is known as the origin of Chan Buddhism and the birthplace of Kung Fu.
The inheritance of Shaolin Kung Fu has long been meticulously passed down from older masters to the next generation.  
This relationship is the most fundamental representation of the traditional patriarchal tribal system to the Shaolin Temple.  
Such a system formed the basic structure of society in ancient Chinese culture and helped to create a very strong sense of social bonds.  
The Shaolin patriarchal tribal system was established in the 13th century when Master Fuwi, the leader of the Kadung sect, took over the leadership of the temple.
Master Fui built the Shaolin Temple in a family temple dominated by a patriarchal tribal system.The adoption of this system greatly influenced the formation of Shaolin Kung Fu.
During the reign of Emperor Tang Li Shiming, who owed thirteen monks to save his life, the emperor granted the Shaolin Temple the privilege of having warrior monks.
Late Song Dynasty, Emperor Taizu
He traveled to the Shaolin Temple and then sent troops to the temple to train warrior monks as well as master the Shaolin martial arts.
During the most prosperous period of the Shaolin Temple in the Ming Dynasty, the largest number of warrior monks in the Shaolin Temple had more than a thousand warrior monks.  500 warrior monks entered the war to fight the Japanese pirates and gained honor.
In the Qing Dynasty, the royal court suspected the Shaolin Temple of overthrowing the Qing Dynasty and restoring the Ming Dynasty, and thus banned martial arts practices, leading to the fall of the power of the Shaolin monks.  However, due to his intense interest in kung fu, some warrior monks practiced secretly.
After the founding of the People's Republic of China, especially after the third plenary session of the Eleventh Central Committee, the Chinese government's religious policies were fully implemented and traditional sports flourished.  In 1987, Master Yongxin formed the Shaolin Wushu team to revive and promote Shaolin Wushu and to meet the need to learn Shaolin Wushu.  In 1989, Shaolin Wushu's team was renamed the Shaolin Kung Fu Monk Corps.  Introduced people over 60 regions and countries.
‎Learning and teaching stages in Shaolin;
Shaolin Kung Fu is taught to Shaolin monks mainly through theoretical and physical instructions and exercises, using memorable formulas.
Achieving a higher level of Shaolin Kung Fu depends almost entirely on the training and approval of top instructors. In addition, daily practice of Shaolin methods can maintain the gradual improvement of Shaolin Kung Fu skills.  To achieve the goal of Buddhism, the Shaolin School practices in real life, and these exercises have been incorporated into the Shaolin practice as part of the daily life of Shaolin Kung Fu monks.
In general, the Shaolin Kung Fu Practice Course follows nine main stages:
1) Familiarity with the Shaolin and Kung Fu Temple.
2) Admire the spirit and philosophy of Shaolin Kung Fu.
3) Determine the determination and purpose of the study of Shaolin Kung Fu.
4) Being motivated in kung fu exercises and being sure of achieving the goal.
5) Creating the will and motivation to practice hard.
6) Deep understanding of the nature and system of Shaolin kung fu and its philosophical content.
7) Transforming Shaolin Kung Fu knowledge into a heart belief and combining Shaolin Kung Fu exercises with this belief.
At this stage, the master instructs the Shaolin Kung Fu application as a new gateway to the depths of Shaolin philosophy.
8) Focus on spiritual growth;
At this stage, according to Shaolin beliefs, kung fu practice becomes an effective way of cultivating Buddhism instead of a goal.
9) Gain insights into human nature and reflect on the philosophy and views of Buddhism.
According to Shaolin teachings, the nature of all phenomena is non-resistance.  Therefore, in order to remove the suffering and expose the Enlightenment, one must clear the mind and develop a lack of attachment.  Shaolin Kung Fu uses the philosophical beliefs and practices of Shaolin monks to such an extent that other Chinese martial arts can no longer match that ability and have the distinctive features of spiritual charm.
Shaolin Temple is the highest and most prestigious martial arts site in the world