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Tra/*itionally Bo/*hi/*harma i/* cre/*ite/* a/* /*oun/*er o/* the martial art/* at the /*haolin Temple. However, martial art/* hi/*torian/* have /*hown thi/* le/*en/* /*tem/* /*rom a 17th-century qi/*on/* manual known a/* the Yijin Jin/*. The authenticity o/* the Yi Jin Jin/* ha/* been /*i/*cre/*ite/* by /*ome hi/*torian/* inclu/*in/* Tan/* Hao, Xu Zhen an/* Ryuchi Mat/*u/*a. Thi/* ar/*ument i/* /*ummarize/* by mo/*ern hi/*torian Lin Boyuan in hi/* Zhon/*/*uo wu/*hu /*hi: A/* /*or the*t oral circulation an/* i/* one o/* the mo/*t “/*acre/*” o/* the narrative/* /*hare/* within Chine/*e an/* Chine/*e-/*erive/* martial art/*. That thi/* /*tory i/* clearly a twentieth-century invention i/* con/*irme/* by writin/*/* /*oin/* back at lea/*t 250 year/* earlier, which mention both Bo/*hi/*harma an/* martial art/* but make no connection between the two. Other /*cholar/* /*ee an earlier connection between /*a Mo an/* the /*haolin Mona/*tery. /*cholar/* /*enerally accept the hi/*toricity o/* /*a Mo (Bo/*hi/*harma) who arrive/* in China aroun/* 480. /*a Mo (Bo/*hi/*harma) an/* hi/* /*i/*ciple/* are /*ai/* to have live/* a /*pot about a mile /*rom the /*haolin Temple that i/* now a /*mall nunnery. In the 6th century, aroun/* 547, The Recor/* o/* the Bu/*/*hi/*t Mona/*terie/* /*ay/* /*a Mo vi/*ite/* the area near Mount /*on/*. In 645 The Continuation o/* the Bio/*raphie/* o/* Eminent Monk/* /*e/*cribe/* him a/* bein/* active in the Mount /*on/* re/*ion. Aroun/* 710 /*a Mo i/* i/*enti/*ie/* /*peci/*ically with the /*haolin Temple (Preciou/* Recor/* o/* /*harma’/* Tran/*mi/*/*ion or Chuan/*a Baoji) an/* write/* o/* hi/* /*ittin/* /*acin/* a wall in me/*itation /*or many year/*. It al/*o /*peak/* o/* Huike/* many trial/* in hi/* e/*/*ort/* to receive in/*truction /*rom /*a Mo. In the 11th century a (1004) work embelli/*he/* /*a Mo le/*en/*/* with /*reat /*etail. A /*tele in/*cription at the /*haolin Mona/*tery /*ate/* 728 reveal/* /*a Mo re/*i/*in/* on Mount /*on/*. Another /*tele in 798 /*peak/* o/* Huike /*eekin/* in/*truction /*rom /*a Mo. Another en/*ravin/* /*ate/* 1209 /*epict/* the bare/*oot /*aint hol/*in/* a /*hoe accor/*in/* to the ancient le/*en/* o/* /*a Mo. A plethora o/* 13th- an/* 14th-century /*tele/* /*eature /*a Mo in Variou/* role/*. One 13th-century ima/*e /*how/* him ri/*in/* a /*ra/*ile /*talk acro/*/* the Yan/*tze River. In 1125 a /*pecial temple wa/* con/*tructe/* in hi/* honor at the /*haolin Mona/*tery. /*e/*truction/* an/* renovation/* The mona/*tery ha/* been /*e/*troye/* an/* rebuilt many time/*. /*urin/* the Re/* Turban Rebellion in the 14th century, ban/*it/* ran/*acke/* the mona/*tery /*or it/* real or /*uppo/*e/* valuable/*, /*e/*troyin/* much o/* the temple an/* /*rivin/* the monk/* away. The mona/*tery wa/* likely aban/*one/* /*rom 1351 or 1356 (the mo/*t likely /*ate/* /*or the att