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    If I am not wrong,he is not doing the teaching now~~~
    His son,Sensei Jackie Chong,is doing it~~~
    "People think that judo is only unarmed combat - but you are never unarmed when you can hit someone with a planet. "
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    Yup, liuzg is correct. Sensei Jackie is currently teaching at the Honbu dojo at Orchard Towers. Sensei Jackie is a very good instructor. If I'm not wrong, Shihan still conducts training with the Black Belts every month.

    Anyways, there's Kyokushin Karate at NUS too. It's not an official club but we're trying to get something going. The instructor there is from the Honbu dojo and he's currently competing in the Asia Open in Bali. It's good stuff. Let me know if you want to come down to the NUS dojo.

    There's more information about Kyokushin Karate in singapore at http://www.ikosingapore.com.

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    Btw, Kon used to attend lessons at Darren's gym.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samadhi_fire
    Yup, liuzg is correct. Sensei Jackie is currently teaching at the Honbu dojo at Orchard Towers. Sensei Jackie is a very good instructor. If I'm not wrong, Shihan still conducts training with the Black Belts every month.

    Anyways, there's Kyokushin Karate at NUS too. It's not an official club but we're trying to get something going. The instructor there is from the Honbu dojo and he's currently competing in the Asia Open in Bali. It's good stuff. Let me know if you want to come down to the NUS dojo.

    There's more information about Kyokushin Karate in singapore at http://www.ikosingapore.com.
    lifetime,since you are here to learn only temporary,suggest you train in NUS if you consider kyokushin~~~
    Instructor teaches very well and pays attention to his students,so dont mind the "unofficial" status of the club~~~
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    Quote Originally Posted by samadhi_fire
    Btw, Kon used to attend lessons at Darren's gym.
    Interesting,i saw him also training at BJJ in Chatsworth(where i first met him) and Singapore Judo Club~~~
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    Trainings at NUS sound good, I'm used to that kinda thing anyway. Any details? Training routine, schedule, location etc?

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    Check your PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetime
    Actually Freddy I'm a local but I'm studying overseas in Melbourne. I'm just looking for something full-on to do while I'm on holiday here, preferably with a lot of sparring/randori.

    And about silat, not too many Chinese guys doing silat around here. If I went to a silat class I'd probably get funny stares from the Malays and the Thais.
    I would say you get use to the stares. I speak from personal experience.
    Find an art you wont find in Australia. Other than that your wasting your money.

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    I don't have too much time to take up some serious training in Australia because of the demands of study and work, so I don't really get the opportunity to do much over there anyway. Besides, while I'm back here my parents can help out with some of the costs (which end up heaps cheaper than back in Melbourne anyway).

    I'm checking out Chris de Wet's MMA gym soon, and $88 a month for 3 lessons a week, that's pretty damn good as it is. Thanks to everyone for the help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freddy
    I would say you get use to the stares. I speak from personal experience.
    Find an art you wont find in Australia. Other than that your wasting your money.
    You sound like:
    Quality of MA training in Australia>>>Quality of MA training in Singapore
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