Got together with my friend Prab for a great photoshoot at Sydney’s St Mary’s Cathedral. The combination of the formal outfit and the classy nature of the Chinese straightsword just begged for it.
Over 300 pictures were taken, where about half of them were decent. I’ve picked the top 11 for your viewing pleasure. For more photographic greatness, visit his Flickr page and check out his Facebook page!
All credit to Prab Naththarampatha
FINALLY I can post this! This clip contains parts of the Kung Fu forms I have learnt so far, recorded in different locations all over Sydney. It’s been quite the challenge to make this happen, so I hope you guys like it.
Major kudos, props and respect to Sifu Randy Bennett and the instructors at the Australian Jow Ga Kung Fu Academy! Also many thanks to the friends who acted as cameramen, I could not have done this without you.
The continued Capoeira adventures in my story. If you wish to know more about Capoeira, read this.
Capoeira has a very strong social nature, with groups developing very strong internal cultures – you will see a lot more events, dinners, post-workout drinks, demonstrations, workshops and collaborations with other groups than what you see in your standard martial art. I hadn’t been with my school for more than two weeks before I found myself throwing kicks and cartwheels before an audience! Although I was deeply nervous at most of the demonstrations, it was also quite the kick to show your stuff to others. And a lot more demos were to come further down the track in all kinds of locations – theme parks, schools, fashion nights, shopping centers etc along with a number of festivals in Sweden. Continue reading