Interview with Urs Krebs

      1.     As a quick intro, can you tell us a bit about yourself and your school? When, where, how and why did you start practicing? I’m Urs Krebs from Switzerland. I started MA with Judo when i was a child. After 7 years I tried some new stuff like boxing, kickboxing and finally ended up in a Wushu School that newly opened in my home city Bern. I travelled to China for the 1st time in 1989 and started learning Shaolinquan and Chen Style Taijiquan with Grandmaster Wang Xian. Later

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Interview with Sifu Robert Kenneryd

  1. As a quick intro, can you tell us a bit about yourself and your school? When, where, how and why did you start practicing? I began my Wing Chun training in 2001 and practiced at several schools in Sweden. In 2005, I started traveling to Hong Kong for further training. There I went to a few different schools but in 2008 I was very lucky to meet my Sifu Donald Mak. His skills and knowledge of Wing Chun are impressive. I realized quickly that I found myself a high-skilled master. He accepted

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Interview with Sifu Cuong Hua

1. As a quick intro, can you tell us a bit about yourself and your school? When, where, how and why did you start practicing? I 'm Cuong Hua : I started at the age of 11 years with Judo, then continued with traditional Jiu Jitsu, Zen Huang Do , Wing Tsun and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Finally, I met Philipp Bayer in a seminar and he taught/showed his incredible Ving Tsun. I've been teaching Philipp Bayer's Ving Tsun in Arlon - Barnich , 38 rue de l'Eau B-6700 in the province of Luxembourg for almost two

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Interview with Wim Seeuws

1. As a quick intro, can you tell us a bit about yourself and your school? When, where, how and why did you start practicing? My name is Wim Seeuws and I started with Chinese Martial arts in 1992, after 8 years of Korean and Japanese martial arts. Since 2002 I commited myself entirely on Baji Quan. I met my teacher in China (2002) and we just had a very good connection. His focus on the practical side of Martial Arts was the same as my own. So I fell in love with the style from day one. Currently

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Interview with Ralph Lloyd-Davis

1. As a quick intro, can you tell us a bit about yourself and your school? When, where, how and why did you start practicing? The Gao Can Mun Nam Pai Chuan (NPC) tradition or style can trace its lineage far back to Great Grandmaster Hui Cheng of the Chek Chian Nan Hai Pooi Chee Temple in China. Master Hui was a direct descendant of the Southern Shaolin tradition taught by Buddhist monks in the tradition of Da-Mo. One of Master Hui Cheng’s students was Grand Master Seh Koh San, A famous Shaolin

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Interview with Lainas Paris

 1.As a quick intro, can you tell us a bit about yourself and your school? When, where, how and why did you start practicing? My Name is Paris Lainas (born in Vienna 1979). I am practicing Chen Style Taijiquan since 1999 and started my studies in Austria (Vienna) with Master Chen Shi Hong and his Master Grandmaster Chen Xiaowang (19th generation of Chen Family). Since 1995 I did southern mantis and shaolin boxing but later on I focused Chen Taijiquan. In 2010 I went to China (Chen Jia Gou –

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Interview with Wolfgang Herbst

     1. As a quick intro, can you tell us a bit about yourself and your school? My name is Wolfgang Herbst - I am the founder of Naam Kuen Kung Fu School in Germany. At my school, students can learn Hung Gar Kuen as well as Choy Lee Fut Kung Fu - both of which are styles originally based in the South of China. This also explains the gwoon's name "Naam Kuen Kung Fu", which in Cantonese means Kung Fu of the Southern Fist. Among all the different martial arts, from young age I felt attracted

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Interview Met Earl Blijd

1. As a quick intro, can you tell us a bit about yourself and your school? When, where, how and why did you start practicing? My name is Earl Blijd and I was born in 1960 in Willemstad, Curaçao. I came to the Netherlands in 1978 to study Chemistry at the University of Groningen. It was a year later when I met Kung Fu teacher Sifu Trieu Trung La. I took a first trial lesson on November 1st, 1979 and things clicked right away - I became fascinated with Martial Arts and my life has revolved around

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Interview with Benjamin Culos

  1. As a quick intro, can you tell us a bit about yourself and your school? When, where, how and why did you start practicing? My name is Benjamin Culos. I am a Kung Fu master. I practice the Pak Mei from the lineage of Lao Siu Leung. I am the disciple of three masters: Sifu Chan Yau Man, Sifu Lao Wei Kei and Sifu Lao Wei San. The last two of them are the heirs of Lao Siu Leung Pak Mei, and I am the heir of Sifu Lao Wei San. I opened my own school in Paris in 2011, where nearly 150 students

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Wudang KungFu Documentary

Stumbled upon this  documentary a while ago and while you have to take every docu like this with a big grain of salt it's still nice and inpiring to watch on a dead moment during your day :) Part 1   Part 2   Part 3   Part 4

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