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Behind the Scenes at Black Belt Magazine with David Lin

Posted on April 7th, 2013 by emeric

David Chee-Kai Lin gets ready for a photo shoot for Black Belt Magazine

Throws in Sanshou and Sanda

Posted on April 3rd, 2013 by emeric

Do you ever ask yourself: “Why do I train so hard?”

Kids Practicing in the Park

Posted on September 3rd, 2012 by emeric

Summer camp in Cupertino teaches kids how to throw and protect themselves.

Preface to 图解中国式摔跤(Shuaijiao in Pictures)

Posted on November 16th, 2010 by Michael Wix

Promoting Shuaijiao is important. I haven’t paid enough attention to this part of my life. I had a moment today when I realized how important Shuaijiao and the people I have met through Shuaijiao are to me.

1 2 3 Time Lapse Shuaijiao

Posted on February 2nd, 2010 by Michael Wix

Greetings from cold and windy Seoul. I should be searching out  for traditional Korean wrestling venues here, but I’m swamped with work right now and its absolutely freezing this week. I might try on the weekend. From my cozy hotel room I just visited the Beijing Wrestling Soho page and discovered some awesome photos posted by one of […]

Eight Step Praying Mantis

Posted on January 5th, 2010 by emeric

Giving some props to our kungfu brothers. I’ve only fought 2 praying mantis style students in shuaijiao and they’re not too shabby.  The throws in this video are shuaijiao worthy.  I’d like to see more of them compete in shuaijiao tournaments. Video description: This is a compilation video of the 8 Step Preying Mantis System […]

Taiwan Typhoon Fundraiser

Posted on August 18th, 2009 by emeric

Hey, my friend Cynthia is hosting a fundraiser with her company to raise funds for the victims of Typhoon Morakot in Taiwan. “Chunkytees is helping raise money to help the victims of the typhoon. All proceeds of the tshirt sales will go to the Tzuchi Foundation to provide assistance and aid to victims of the […]

Secret Style from the Yang Family?

Posted on August 16th, 2009 by henry

As many of us know, Yang style is the most widely practiced form of Taijiquan in the world. However, some sources claim that it may not be what it seems. According to Scott Rodell from the March 1993 edition of Inside Kung-Fu magazine, Yang Lu Chan was faced with a lose or lose situation when […]

The Many Rules and Systems of Shuaijiao Competitions

Posted on February 17th, 2009 by emeric

(WARNING LONG POST) I’ve been recently thinking of the different rules I’ve been under during Shuaijiao competitions around the world and I’ve always thought, why are there so many different rules of Shuaijiao and why are there so many different ways to win or lose a competition? From Brazil, California, Ohio, to Taiwan, the most […]

Review of Seminar hosted by Chris Friedman in New York City

Posted on December 16th, 2008 by emeric

I personally didn’t attend the event and I haven’t heard anyone talk about the event from the forums.  From what I know though, they did post a video of the seminar online.  It’s not the whole thing, mostly a bunch of bits and pieces.  But it looks elementary, naive, and some parts incorrect.   I was […]