Los luchadores japoneses tienen más destreza y arte que los luchadores chinos, o cuando el contexto importa más que el texto

Carlos Gutiérrez García, Mikel Pérez Gutiérrez, William Acevedo, Mei Cheung
2012 Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas  
<p class="AMresumen">The present study proposes a reflection on different elements (political, economic, military, social, cultural...) that condition the perception, introduction and acceptance of the martial arts in other cultures. Particularly several Chinese and Japanese martial arts articles that were published in different Spanish illustrated magazines (1899-early 20<sup>th</sup> century) are analyzed. Then we point out differences between the international success of Japan and its
more » ... apan and its jujutsu, when compared to the difficulties that China faced at that time and the lack of representation of its martial practices in such international context.</p>
doi:10.18002/rama.v5i1.123 fatcat:xcv23tk33ffbrhzmioqvi6ahjq