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Kata: Nipaipo (karate), Er Shi Ba (White Crane Kung Fu) by Sue Wharton Posted Tue 19 Jun 2012 12:00am Nipaipo (Nepai) meaning 28 ‘beats’ or steps, is a shito-ryu kata developed by Kenwa Mabuni. It descends through the Naha-te lineage of shito-ryu. Mabuni’s influence for this kata came from Gokenki, a Chinese tea merchant who moved to Okinawa in 1912. An expert in the Southern Chinese style of Whooping Crane Kung Fu (Baihequan) he se ... Read on »
Kata: Nipaipo (karate), Er Shi Ba (White Crane Kung Fu) by Sue Wharton Posted Tue 19 Jun 2012 12:13pm Nipaipo (Nepai) meaning 28 ‘beats’ or steps, is a shito-ryu kata developed by Kenwa Mabuni. It descends through the Naha-te lineage of shito-ryu. Mabuni’s influence for this kata came from Gokenki, a Chinese tea merchant who moved to Okinawa in 1912. An expert in the Southern Chinese style of Whooping Crane Kung Fu (Baihequan) he set ... Read on »
Mini Vacation Over by Taxingwoman Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 6:22pm It's back to the poison machine tomorrow. That's my son's term for where I work, and very fitting. I have a meeting and a training seminar . Yuck ! I find all that difficult to deal with and would prefer to just sit at my desk and work. The whole phony socializing thing is really hard for me to do now. I guess it's because I feel like I sh ... Read on »
Personal stories by heroteo heroteo Posted Mon 25 Oct 2010 4:26am Connect With Others Personal Stories Share Your Story Events You are here: Community > Personal Stories Personal Stories.Secret recipe behind the mask Hero Teo Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTpu_zBvDME I often smiled when I watched the video recording of my kick-boxing exercise which I uploaded to ... Read on »
personal stories by heroteo heroteo Posted Sat 03 Dec 2011 4:46am Personal Stories Secret recipe behind the mask Hero TeoKuala Lumpur, Malaysia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTpu_zBvDME I often smiled when I watched the video recording of my kick-boxing exercise which I uploaded to You Tube. My trainers and videographer told me the same thing – “You do not look like a Parkinson’s patient at all”. Even my ... Read on »
secret recipe behind the mAK by heroteo heroteo Posted Wed 07 Mar 2012 3:17am Secret recipe behind the mask Hero Teo Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTpu_zBvDME I often smiled when I watched the video recording of my kick-boxing exercise which I uploaded to You Tube. My trainers and videographer told me the same thing – “You do not look like a Parkinson’s patient at all”. Even my doctor ... Read on »
Mac's Kung Fu Institute by Stephen M. Posted Thu 05 Feb 2009 8:51am We are a Chinese Family Based martial arts school offering the following programs: Wing-Chun & Hei Lin Wushu. Students can also take martial arts with Chinese lauguage  classes upon request.(Mandarin & Cantonese).  Also visit our site at:  www.myspace.com/macskungfuinstitute Significance and Benefits of Our Program: ... Read on »
Are you the next Karate Kid? by High Velocity Martial ARts Posted Tue 29 Jun 2010 11:00am Are You the Next "Karate Kid?"   Mr. Steven Willits,Chief Instructor at High Velocity ATA Martial Arts in Western Branch VA, discusses the soon-to-be released movie The Karate Kid and the lessons it teaches about the nature of true martial arts training.     In 1984, the release of the movie The Karate Kid changed the martial arts ... Read on »
Attack of the Kung Fu Fairy. by Cat T. Posted Mon 23 Jan 2012 9:46am Happy Lunar New Year!! Our house looks like the Kung Fu fairy came overnight and left red and gold droppings all over our house and we must’ve paid them in oranges, because those are everywhere too! Lucky money envelopes-everywhere. Oranges-everywhere. It’s Chinese “panda”monium here in Brooklyn. We’ve eaten more noodles than what is reasonable ... Read on »