kung fu

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Monday 16 September 2002 12.12am
i am looking for kung fu (not ving tsung, vt,wt) training in the area of se london. any ideas where to find a nice group ?
Monday 16 September 2002 8.36am
Wing chun is a style of Kung-Fu, as is Tai Chi, Wushu and stranger sounding ones (and unlikely to find a huge following like, Hungar, Iron Palm and Lion Dance.

What is your martial art background and what do you wish to get out of it ?

Thursday 19 September 2002 7.23pm
jai jai,

i did some years of different things like traditional kung fu, wing chung, kendo, chi gung, tai chi, judo etc. i moved from abroad to London SE1, and i want to continue to do some regulary training at least 1-2 time per week at around 8 pm.
what about you jai ?
Thursday 19 September 2002 8.07pm

I'm getting a little older now, but I used to be quite fanatical about martial arts. I started Judo when I was 3 years old, and have practised Ju-Jitsu, Kendo, Kempo, Taekwondo, just to mention a few. I myself come from abroad too... Holland in fact.

I don't know many clubs in SE1, but there are some advertised on the Internet. It shouldn't be too difficult. I did have a look at a club just off Bermondsey Street, which looked like a kind of academy of martial arts. At the time that I visited there was Judo, Aikido and Ju-Jitsu... looked ok.

Hope you find what you're looking for !

Thursday 19 September 2002 8.57pm
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