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Qi began learning Wushu at a young age of 11 and has been practising for more than 12 years now. Her passion for Wushu is fueled by the beauty and strength of the Chinese Martial Arts form.

Difference between a Wushu Coach a Shifu

November 14, 2011

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We are getting a little bold here to actually touch on this topic! Having trained under several different organisations before, I had the chance of meeting and knowing serveral respected Shifus as well as many amazing Wushu Coaches. As some of my juniors had asked me this question previously – What is the difference between [...]

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IVP Wushu Comp 2011 – ChangQuan (Female)

November 9, 2011

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The NP Invitational IVP Traditional Wushu Competition 2011 ended on 29th Oct 2011 in glory and honour! As promised, we are uploading videos taken at the competition. A little late we admit, for it took us a total of 264 288 308 combined man-hours to bring you this series. It’s our first time working on such a big scale [...]

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IVP Wushu Comp 2011 – Traditional NanQuan (Female)

November 9, 2011

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The NP Invitational IVP Traditional Wushu Competition 2011 ended on 29th Oct 2011 in glory and honour! As promised, we are uploading videos taken at the competition. A little late we admit, for it took us a total of 264 combined man-hours to bring you this series. It’s our first time working on such a [...]

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IVP Wushu Comp 2011 – Xiangxing Quan (Male)

November 8, 2011

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The NP Invitational IVP Traditional Wushu Competition 2011 ended on 29th Oct 2011 in glory and honour! As promised, we are uploading videos taken at the competition. A little late we admit, for it took us a total of 264 288 combined man-hours to bring you this series. It’s our first time working on such a big [...]

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IVP Wushu Comp 2011 – ChangQuan (Male)

November 8, 2011

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The NP Invitational IVP Traditional Wushu Competition 2011 ended on 29th Oct 2011 in glory and honour! As promised, we are uploading videos taken at the competition. A little late we admit, for it took us a total of 264 combined man-hours to bring you this series. It’s our first time working on such a [...]

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IVP Wushu Comp 2011 – Fanzi Quan (Male)

November 8, 2011

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The NP Invitational IVP Traditional Wushu Competition 2011 ended on 29th Oct 2011 in glory and honour! As promised, we are uploading videos taken at the competition. A little late we admit, for it took us a total of 264 combined man-hours to bring you this series. It’s our first time working on such a [...]

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IVP Wushu Comp 2011 – Traditional NanQuan (Male)

November 8, 2011

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The NP Invitational IVP Traditional Wushu Competition 2011 ended on 29th Oct 2011 in glory and honour! As promised, we are uploading videos taken at the competition. A little late we admit, for it took us a total of 264 combined man-hours to bring you this series. It’s our first time working on such a big [...]

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Interview with Brendan Goh – How to prepare for your Wushu Competition

October 25, 2011

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How to Prepare for your Wushu Competition Interview

This week, SingaporeWushu.com would like to present you a series of interviews with the following topic: How to prepare for your Wushu Competition  The interview is aimed at helping budding Wushu practitioners for their upcoming IVP competition through sharing tips and advises as to how you can prepare and train for your event. We aim [...]

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Interview with Ivan Teo – Preparing for Competitions

October 16, 2011

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Ivan Teo - Training in China

This week, SingaporeWushu.com would like to present you a series of interviews with the following topic: How to prepare for your Wushu Competition  The interview is aimed at helping budding Wushu practitioners for their upcoming IVP competition through sharing tips and advises as to how you can prepare and train for your event. We aim [...]

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Mantis Kung Fu

October 6, 2011

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The Mantis style of Chinese Martial Arts is widely categorised into two distinct styles. The Northern and Southern styles. Despite sharing a similar name, the two styles have little in common. The footwork, hand techniques and even the origins of the Mantis Kung Fu styles are vastly dissimilar.       The Northern Mantis Kung [...]

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