What is dongfu perforation? Dongfu means the way of the fist, which refers to Kung Fu fist fighting techniques, and perforation refers to the manner in which this traditional Chinese martial art was passed down from generation to generation. Also known as dao fu yin or dao fu xue, the term dongfu has been around since the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD), when it was first used by Buddhist monks and Taoists who practiced Zen boxing for self-defense purposes.
How you can use it
Dongfu perforating is the process of making a hole in some material. The process is typically done with a special machine, though it can be achieved by other methods. The holes made by dongfu perforating are most often seen on the edge of a piece of paper. They are often used to separate one piece of paper from another or to keep papers together in a binder without staples or clips. These days, there are many ways that dongfu perforating has been put to use and you may not even realize it. For example, as of late 2010, coffee cup lids are sealed with strips of foil-lined paper (like tin-foil). These cups would leak coffee if they weren’t sealed well. By dongfu perforating these pieces into various patterns – tiny triangles, dots, strips – the coffee leaks less through the gaps.
What are its functions?
A dongfu paper is a type of paper made from bamboo. It is made by pressing the bamboo together to form a sheet and then cutting it into strips. The strips are then stacked on top of each other and perforated with holes. This process causes the individual sheets to separate, creating thin strips that are easy to break off one at a time. These thin strips can be used in place of string when tying things together or as threads when sewing cloth together. As such, they were essential in traditional Chinese life, especially in rural areas where people might not have had any other options available to them.
How did it originate?
Some people might say that the history of dongfu perforating began when ancient Chinese coin-makers created a way to make coins more easily. But most historians say that it really started with the invention of paper, which appeared in China during the 2nd century BC. Traditionally, Chinese paper was made by pounding rice or other plant fibers into thin sheets and then rubbing them together in water until they formed a pulp. After being laid out on large surfaces to dry, these sheets were cut into pieces and stacked up to make scrolls. It was this process that led some clever person to think about how best to divide up one long strip of paper into smaller sections.
People who should learn Dongfu Perforating?
- People who have a strong interest in dongfu and want to learn about it.
- Those who are interested in the ancient art, but don’t know how to start
- Beginners and experienced dongfu practitioners alike
- Professionals who would like to promote their skills with an ancient art form that is not well known
- Individuals who would like to make a career out of dongfu
- Anyone looking for new ways to stay healthy