This I agree with you.
As I stated before in the past, the concept of mixing different martial arts together to create new ones is nothing new.
To name a few arts mixed together:
Choy Lay Fut
Hung Fut (Hung Gar and Fut Gah combination)
Southern Hak Fu (Hung Gar, Black Tiger, Dragon Bagua)
Do Pai (Hung gar, Hop Gar, Choy lay fut, Western boxing)
Ngo Cho(5 arts but I cant remember which ones right now)
Military Hsing I (incorporated turn of the century modern bayonet practices)
Sun style tai chi
Then theres all these mixed martial arts created by over seas Chinese communities in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. Mainly under various generic names: "Kun Dao" "Kun Tao" "Kun Taw" "Cun Too" etc. These are like a combination of native arts mixed with various kung fu arts. Like Indonesian silat with some kung fu style(s). Or in the Philippines unarmed Kali mixed with some kung fu style(s).
Edited by Freddy1, 10 October 2010 - 07:40 PM.