6/13/2008 2:06pm, #31
Hmm, I didn't know Tat Mau Wong was a judo blackbelt. That's rad.
6/13/2008 8:11pm, #32Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra
There he assisted Master Lee at his Choy Lay Fut School, as well as teaching both Kung Fu & Judo to hundreds of his own students at a Hong Kong association and at the Hong Kong University.“Most people do not do, but take refuge in theory and talk, thinking that they will become good in this way” -- Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, II.4
6/14/2008 12:51am, #33
That's a dreamy combination.
7/23/2008 10:52pm, #34
Sorry to not follow up on this but...I've been packing! (Thus infrequent and short posts.) I'm off to the Bay Area next week. I'll check out EBM, definitely, as it seems great and is right by my new apartment. I'll also be continuing Chen with some guy my teacher here knows, though it isn't the same kind of Chen (on the other hand, my instructor is very sectarian). I'll even have ridiculous amounts of health insurance in my new gig. Bye-bye teeth!
8/10/2009 1:05am, #35
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I go to San Francisco once in a while and I've always been curious about hsing-i; anyone have a line on a good school over there?