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Little Miao’s trip to Sabah Little Miao, form Hangzhou of Zhejiang Province, is having a holiday trip in Sabah from 22nd to 28th of June 2012. Miao started martial arts training since 2003 and he is also a student of Jiang Lan. Little Miao’s Visit to Kahar’s Xingyiquan Class Little Miao visited Kahar‘s evening Xingyiquan [...]
Xingyiquan Classes at Putatan, Sabah, Malaysia Location: Kompleks Belia dan Sukan Persekutuan Negeri Sabah, Putatan Schedule: Every Saturday and Sunday 7:00 – 9:00 pm Teacher: Kahar Fees: Adult: RM 30.00/month Children: RM 20.00/month Kahar also runs Chinese Martial Arts classes at the same location every Saturday and Sunday which is scheduled from 4:00 – 6:00pm. [...]
I found an old video of Kahar doing Yang Style Funeipai (府内派, Inner-Manson Style) Taijiquan routine on Youtube. This video was filmed at the Tropical Rainforest Park, Kota Kinabalu and it was uploaded almost 3 years ago on March 2009.
Kahar has introduced the art of Xingyiquan to his students of his martial arts class at the Federal Youth and Sports Complex of Sabah State, after his students had gone through the initial basic northern Chinese martial arts training phase. There were some new additions to Kahar’s martial arts classes, a teenager and an adult [...]
My Taijiquan teacher, Jiang Lan, and his daughter traveled from Zhejiang Province of China to Kota Kinabalu City of Malaysia on the 9th of August 2011 for a duration of 4 days. The father and daughter partnership traveled to Sabah solely for the purpose of filling their tummy with curry, tropical fruit particularly durian, coffee [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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. Notes: This Linking-Form is not a traditional Xingyi form, this form was composed for demonstration purpose, i.e. to fit the 14-meter-long modern wushu carpet.