Confident, Self-Assured, Conviction – these are all positive spins on the old Chinese idiom Zì yǐ wéi shì “to consider yourself always right.”
But what about...
The term “Flying Tiger” conjures up images of brave airmen in P-40s who helped defend China from invasion in WWII.
But this phrase also has a long history in Chinese culture.
Every time you tumble down the gully you learn something new you can use to avoid future pitfalls.
“The secret of success is simple, double your rate of failure.” – Tom Watson
It’s always a shock when someone dear to you passes away.
Shifu Steve Alsup was not only a dear friend, but one of my most influential Kung Fu teachers. He was in some ways like a father to...
A boy must find the courage to confront the villain who stole his puppy! Inspired by the classic Kung Fu films of the 1970s, this short film features philosophy, fighting, and one little...
By Dr. Ted Nawalinski
In November, 2018, my...
“Kung Fu is a feeling.” said Grandmaster Lo Man Kam, the nephew and indoor student of Wing Chun Grandmaster Yip Man. “People ask me...
“The corners are sharp, the curves are round, and the lines have power.” said my Chinese friend when she saw the Chinese...
Tiger Looks Back and Growls from the Five Animal Frolics Qigong demonstrated by Dr. Yinong Chong.
A form of medical Qigong, the Five Animal Frolics (五禽戏, Wǔ Qín Xì) are one of...
"Old Boxers Never Die, They Only Dematerialize"
In Memory of
Steve Alsup, SifuJuly 21, 1954 -- March 19, 2019
Mr. Steve Alsup began his martial arts training in the late 1960s. He trained with many...
five animal frolics
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