Kahar and I will host a 3-day-workshop on Xingyi Wuxingquan at Sabah Martial Arts Training Centre, Kota Kinabalu which will run from the 16th to 18th of September 2011. Although Xingyiquan is known as one of the four most famous Chinese martial arts (the others are Shaolinquan, Taijiquan and Baguazhang), it is almost unheard of […]
I found this video on youtube uploaded by another user, it is Oscar’s second fight at Sandakan district qualification of Sabah Full Contact Challenge 2011 filmed from another angle with better video quality, enjoy it. Oscar (red shorts and black singlet) vs. Muay Thai fighter
Sanda vs. Muay Thai Oscar has finally stripped down his astronaut armor of Sanda and entered local full contact fight scene on 24th of July 2011. Here’s is Oscar second fight of Sabah Full Contact Challenge 2011 (Sandakan district): Oscar (red shorts and black singlet) vs. Muay Thai fighter The Sabah Wushu Association of Sandakan […]
It has been more than a year since my previous Xingyi Wuxingquan (Five-Element-Fist) being recorded. It is about time to reevaluate my training over the past year. Here’s my Wuxingquan video filmed today: Location: Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Date: July 2011.
Kahar has started a “Martial Arts for Children” class at the Federal Youth and Sports Complex of Sabah State (Kompleks Belia dan Sukan Persekutuan Negeri Sabah) at Pasir Puteh, Putatan. There are currently 9 kids enrolled to the class, age ranging between 5 to 11 years old. It was fun to watch those kids doing […]
Zheng Mingxing’s Xingyi Wuxingquan. Location: Gangneung, Republic of Korea. Date: June 2006. It has been five months since the first part of Inside Xingyi Wuxingquan has been published at XingyiMax.com. Previously, we look at the background and the definition of Five-Element-Fist and the logic behind doing Splitting-Fist first, part two of this series brings you […]
Xingyi Lianhuanquan performed in slow mode by Kahar as a reference for Kuala Lumper Xingyiquan practitioners on their Xingyiquan taolu (forms) exchanges during the Malaysia Xingyiquan Gathering on 26th December 2010. Xingyi Lianhuanquan by Kahar. Notes: This Linking-Form is not a traditional Xingyi form, this form was composed for demonstration purpose, i.e. to fit the […]
This video of Voon, a Xingyiquan practitioner from Kuala Lumpur, performing Shanxi Style Xingyi Wuxing Lianhuanquan (Five-Element-Linking-Form) was filmed by Kahar as a reference for their Xingyiquan taolu (forms) exchanges during Malaysia Xingyiquan Gathering on 26th December 2010. Xingyi Wuxing Lianhuanquan by Voon.