Martial arts have a long way to go in China and consist of several disciplines. Due to the lack of a recorded history and the fact that many art is only practiced in isolation, it is difficult to compile a complete history of art. This is the case with the Eight Diagrams Palm. No one really knows who invented the Eight Diagrams Palm. That is to say, in the middle of the Qing dynasty (1821-150) to the sixth year of Guangxu (1881), art seems to have reached its height. The documents show that Dong Haichuan’s name is highly responsible for the popularity of art. In the 19th century, he served as a servant in the Beijing Imperial Palace, and finally impressed the emperor with his skills, so that he became the bodyguard of the court. There is ample evidence that Haichuan learned this from Taoist and even Buddhist teachers in rural China. In fact, there is some evidence that Dong Menglin’s name teaches Dong Haichuan and other gossip, although history is cloudy. Therefore, if there is no invention of art, Dong Haichuan is widely recognized. Starting from Haichuan, Ba Guzhang spread in well-known masters such as Zhu Chenyu, Yin Wei, Cheng Tinghua, Song Changrong, Liu Fengchun, Ma Weiig, Liang Zhenpu and Liu Dekuan. From these practitioners, several branches of the original style were formed, all of which emphasized different things. Many people think that Cheng Tinghua is the best student in Haichuan. Because the Eight Diagrams Palm is an internal martial arts style, early training focused on the connection between the mind, especially the inner heart (mind) and the outer (sports). Ultimately, this translates into the actual movement and technology of the discipline. The gossip is usually characterized by a slow moving, flowing form. In other words, there are differences between the various styles. The main purpose of the Eight Diagrams Palm is to improve health. The theory behind learning this art form is that once understood, one’s overall life and balance will improve. Meditation and effective use of one’s energy are at its core. As a martial arts style, Gossip teaches practitioners how to use their opponent’s aggressiveness or energy to deal with him. This is not a hard style. In other words, power supply dynamics are not emphasized.