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Fu Biao Arriving at Harare to visit Zimbabwe
Source：Global Kungfu Net Author： DATE:2011/4/18 HITS: 2800805次
Invited by president of Zimbabwe Wushu Association, Fu Biao, UN Friendly Messenger, vice president of Chinese Wushu Association, chairman of Global Kungfu Website Expert Committee, and other numbers of the delegation arrived at Harare on April 17 and began his formal visit to Zimbabwe.
Beijing Time 7:15, April 17, the plane which Fu Biao took landed on the airfield of Harare International Airport. Xin Shunkang, ambassador stationed in Zimbabwe, Li Hua, diplomatic officer, Makowah Gilbelt, president of Zimbabwe Wushu Association, and Nyagurungo Nyandoro Garikayi, secretary general of Zimbabwe Wushu Association went to the airport to welcome their arrival.
Fu Biao shook hands with Ambassador Xin Shunkang, diplomatic officer Li Hua and secretary general Garikayi at the airport, and made a short communication. Then President Makowah Gilbelt and secretary general Garikayi arranged the dinner and welcome Fu Biao’s arrival. During the dinner, both sides exchanged their views on how to promote wushu education in Zimbabwe and put forward wushu spirit. Fu Biao said, the friendship between China and Zimbabwe is profound. During the 31years since the foundation of diplomatic relations, the relations between both countries develop smoothly and healthily with fruitful cooperation in various fields which brought benefits to people of both countries. Fu Biao showed his appreciation to President Makowah Gilbelt’s supports in Chinese wushu entering to Olympic Games in 2008. He said: “Chinese wushu which originates from China and belongs to the world is loved by all the people in the world. As the birthplace of Chinese wushu, China has the responsibility to spread the excellent wushu culture worldwide and enjoy the cultural treasure with all the people.
The main purpose of Fu Biao’s visit to Zimbabwe is to attend Zimbabwe Wushu Association 10 year anniversary celebration. He said: “Zimbabwe Wushu Association has made great contribution to the development of wushu in Zimbabwe and the world since its foundation. Among the members of International Wushu Federation, Zimbabwe’s wushu cause did not take off at an early time, however, it has made great achievement which can be seen by everyone. It has inseparable relation with President Makowah Gilbelt’s leadership and staff of Wushu Association.
Fu Biao said: “This visit aims to further consolidate the traditional friendship between China and Zimbabwe, promote the wushu cultural exchange of both countries, and expand the cooperation between both sides. I believe that this visit must be successful.”
Xin Shunkang, ambassador of Embassy stationed in Zimbabwe, going to airport to welcome President Fu Biao in person
Group photo of Ambassador Xin Shunkang, Mr. Fu Biao, Cheng Longfei(R,1st) and Zan Yuming(L,1st)
Diplomatic officer Li Hua shaking hand with President Fu Biao
Group Photo of diplomatic officer Li Hua, Mr. Fu Biao and Cheng Longfei
President of Zimbabwe Wushu Association, Makowah Gilbelt (middle) and secretary general Garikayi (left) went to airport to welcome President Fu Biao
Group photo of President Makowah, Secretary General Garikayi, diplomatic officer Li Hua, Mr. Fu Biao and Cheng Longfei
President of Zimbabwe Wushu Association, Makowah Gilbelt and secretary general Garikayi arranging dinner to welcome Fu Biao’s arrival and talking with him
According to Muzondiwa Gilbert Makowah of the Zimbabwe Shaolin Wushu School, Ndlovu, who is based in Canada, and UK-based Magorimbo accepted the invitation to represent Zimbabwe at the Turkish Open tournament after the locally-based karatekas from his school failed to raise the airfares to the European country.
“Our Zimbabwe Shaolin Wushu School has been invited to take part in the Turkish Open Karate tournament to be held in Istanbul this September.
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Senior Master of the Arts Bob White to Present Kenpo Seminar at Masters Hall of Fame 20th Anniversary
Costa Mesa, CA (For Release) - Bob White, a Senior Master of the Arts in American Kenpo, will present a seminar on Ed Parker Kenpo at the Masters Hall of Fame 20th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, July 27, at the Hilton Orange County Costa Mesa. White’s session, the first of three on Ed Parker Kenpo, will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by sessions by Senior Professor Ron Sanchez and Senior Master of the Arts John Sepulveda.
Senior Master White began his teaching career in 1968 at the Ed Parker School and opened his own school in Costa Mesa in 1972. As a competitor, he fought on the first International Kenpo Karate Association team that took the championship in the International Karate Championships over the Chuck Norris team. Senior Master White also fought on the undefeated 1973 and 1974 National All Star Black Belt team, competing alongside and against such luminaries as the Urquidez Brothers, Steve Fisher, Bob Alegria, and many others.
Over his many years of teaching, Senior Master White has trained thousands of students and guided more than 200 to the rank of black belt. During the 1990s his students brought home at least one Black Belt Grand Championship each year at the International Karate Championships. Over the years his school has won more than 1200 trophies at this prestigious competition.
“We are excited and proud to have Senior Master Bob White presenting a seminar on Ed Parker Kenpo,” says Masters Hall of Fame CEO Dr. Daniel Hect. “Bob is an outstanding teacher and a man I admire greatly. This will be a must-attend seminar in our Masters Series.”
The Masters Seminars are free to Masters guests and inductees. However, donations will be accepted on behalf of the Royal Family Kids Camp, an organization dedicated to supporting foster children.
“The Masters Hall of Fame is proud to be able to offer these amazing martial arts seminars with some of the legends in our community,” says Dr. Hect. “These great leaders are giving of their time to share their knowledge and experience with our attendees and inductees. This is just another example of the quality of people in the organization.”
The Masters Hall of Fame was founded in 1999 and is recognized as the premier Martial Arts event on the West Coast. The association recognizes exceptional Martial Arts Leaders and Legends through induction into the Masters Hall of Fame. Honorees are chosen for their dedication to the martial arts and their work in the community, as well as their successes. For more information on the Masters Hall of Fame, or to get tickets to this years event, visit the website at www.mastershalloffame.org. For media information, contact Kamato
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Kickboxing Champion Kathy Long to Present Seminar on Sparring Concepts at Masters Hall of Fame 20th Anniversary
Costa Mesa, CA (For Release) - Five-time world kickboxing champion Sifu Kathy Long will present a seminar on Kickboxing Sparring Concepts at the Masters Hall of Fame 20th Anniversary celebration on Saturday, July 27, at the Hilton Orange County Costa Mesa. Long’s seminar will close out the morning sessions, following presentations by Kaiso Frank Dux and Sifu Restita de Jesus.
Sifu Long, who was known as “The Punisher” during her time in the ring, began her martial arts training in Aikido, earning a First Dan in the art. She later studied Chinese Kung Fu San Soo, earning an Eighth Dan and the title of Master in the style. She has also studied Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Jeet Kune Do, Tae Kwon Do, Kali, and Wing Chun Kung Fu.
During her time as a professional kickboxer, Long posted an overall record of 18-1, with victories over Denise Taylor (twice), Ramona Gatto, Bonnie Canino, Canadian champion Nora Daigle, French champion Dani Rocard, and Japanese star Kyoko "Kamikaze" Miyazaki. She made a return to the ring as a boxer in the late 1990s, followed by a return to kickboxing and MMA. In addition, Long has worked as an announcer for Ultimate Fighting Championship and was Michelle Pfeiffer’s stunt double for the 1992 film Batman Returns.
“It is an honor and a privilege to have Kathy Long presenting at our Masters Hall of Fame Seminars,” says Chairman Dr. Daniel Hect. “Kathy has been a huge influence in the martial arts, and we are excited to have her with us for our 20th anniversary celebration.”
The Masters Seminars are free to Masters Guests and Inductees. However, donations will be accepted on behalf of the Royal Family Kids Camp, an organization dedicated to supporting foster children. “This is going to be an awesome seminar series,” says Dr. Hect. “These great leaders are giving of their time to share their knowledge and experience with our attendees and inductees. This is just another example of the quality of people in the organization.”
The Masters Hall of Fame was founded in 1999 and is recognized as the premier Martial Arts event on the West Coast. The association recognizes exceptional Martial Arts Leaders and Legends through induction into the Masters Hall of Fame. Honorees are chosen for their dedication to the martial arts and their work in the community, as well as their successes. For more information on the Masters Hall of Fame, or to get tickets to this years event, visit the website at www.mastershalloffame.org. For media information, contact Kamatoy Media Group at 619-940-5648 or [email protected].
Masters Hall of Fame 20th Anniversary Seminar Schedule
Kaiso Frank Dux: Triangle of Force 8:30 – 9:30 AM
Sifu Resita DeJesus: Chen Tai Chi partner flow 9:30 – 10:30 AM
Sifu Kathy Long: Kick Boxing sparring concepts 10:30 – 11:30 AM
Senior Master of the Arts Bob White: Ed Parker Kenpo 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Sr Professor Ron Sanchez: Ed Parker Kenpo 12:30 – 1:30 PM
Senior Master of the Arts John Sepulveda: Ed Parker Kenpo 1:30 – 2:30 PM
Grandmaster Darren Tibon: Serrada Escrima 2:30 – 3:30 PM
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Ip Man- Bruce Lee's teacher (article)
by: Don Warrener
Grandmaster Yip Man, also known as 'Ip Man', was a Chinese martial artist influential in the development and spreading of the art of Wing Chun. He was the first martial arts master to teach Wing Chun openly.
Yip started learning Wing Chun from Chan Wah-shun when he was 7. Chan was 70 at the time, and Yip was Chan's last student.Due to his teacher's age, Yip would learn most of his skills and techniques from Chan's second eldest disciple, Wu Chung-sok. Chan lived three years after Yip's training began. His dying wish was to have Wu continue teaching Yip.
At the age of 16, Yip moved to Hong Kong. One year later, he attended school at St. Stephen's College—a secondary school for wealthy families and foreigners living in Hong Kong.
When Yip was 24, he served as a police officer in Foshan. Between 1937 and 1941, he served in the army during China’s effort to repel the Japanese invasion. He returned to his family in Foshan during the years of the Japanese occupation. Times were hard, and the end of the war brought little improvement. Needing to rebuild its ravaged cities and towns, China found itself embroiled in civil war. The nationalist Chinese government recruited Yip as captain of the police patrols for Namhoi County. After the 1949 communist triumph, Yip Man left his two grown sons in Foshan and fled to Hong Kong. Kung Fu master Leung Sheung found him homeless and wandering around at the pier of Macao. He took Yip back to the Restaurant Workers’ Union Hall, where he stayed, and started teaching three students: Leung Sheung, Lok Yu and Cheng Kao. Sheung became a lead instructor, and recalled that Yip rarely taught classes himself preferring to stay at the back of the room supervising, teaching by example and suggestion. His classes consisted of forms practice, trapping hands drills, wooden dummy techniques and free sparring. Initially, Yip Man’s teaching business was poor because his students typically stayed for only a couple of months. Some would attain proficiency in Wing Chun and start their own schools. In 1962, Yip established the Ving Tsun Athletic Association.
In an excerpt from an essay written by student associate Bruce Lee in 1961, Yip advised: “Relax and calm your mind. Forget about yourself and follow your opponent’s movement. Let your mind, the basic reality, do the countermovement without any interfering deliberation. Above all, learn the art of detachment.” Lee attached great significance to the advice, and incorporated it into his practice and meditation.
In the three decades of his career in Hong Kong, Yip would establish a training system for Wing Chun that eventually spread around the world. Yip Man’s life spawned a popular culture in Hong Kong films, commencing in 2008. By 2013 several films and television dramas were released, with liberties taken for dramatic effect. Yip Man remains a favourite son of moviegoers, television audiences, kung fu students and martial artists.
Yip's legacy is the global practice of Wing Chun. Notable students include: Leung Ting, William Leung Cheung, Hawkins Cheung, Bruce Lee, Lo Man Kam, Wong Shun, and sons Ip Ching and Ip Chun. Yip left behind a written history of Wing Chun, with many artifacts of his life displayed in the "Yip Man Tong" museum in the Foshan Ancestral Temple grounds. Generations of instructors can trace their lineage to Yip, who also influenced other branches of Wing Chun.
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