Xiangxing (Imitative) Boxing has a long history. During the Han Dynasty (206B.C.-A.D.220), the imitative boxing routines emerged, which imitated the animal actions, or derived the characteristics of animals' actions, and combined with the techniques of offensive and defensive. To practice the Imitative Boxing is not only for martial arts training, but for keep-fit purposes. For instance, the Dragon Boxing can improve the vitality; the Tiger Boxing can strengthen the bones; the Leopard Boxing can increase the strength; the Snake Boxing can control the Qi (deep breath); and the Crane Boxing can help one gain more energy. If one could manage all the five imitative boxing, one would be invincible. In addition, Monkey Boxing demands stress on the similarity in either the shape or the spirit and the Duck Boxing requires the combination of empty and solid movements.