Shaolin Kung Fu Guan News

China Trip 2010

23/09/2010 - 22/10/2010

This years China trip will once again see the SKFG travel all over China training with the best and immersing ourselves in the local traditions and foods! This years tour will see us travel to Beijing, Zhengzhou, Shaolin, Louyang, Xian, Wudang Shan and culminate in our attendance at the 4th World Traditional Wushu Championships being held in Shi Yan City, Hubei. Students will be able to train at many of China's most famous instituitions such as Shaolin Temple, Beijing Sports University, Purple Cloud Temple (Wudang Shan). Our tour will also visit and train with Sifu's Teachers such as Grandmaster Wu Bin (Jet Li's Coach), Shi Yong Xin (The Abbot of Shaolin Temple), the Shaolin Warrior Monks, Grandmaster Ma Xianda, China's Wushu Prince Zhao Chang Jun, the Wudang Priests and many more

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Shaolin Monk Seminar with
GRANDMASTER SHI DE YANG

Nov 2010 (TBA)

For the second time in Australia’s history Grandmaster Shi De Yang, 31st Generation Shaolin Warrior Monk and the world’s leading exponent of Shaolin Kung Fu will visit Australia and the Shaolin Kung Fu Guan. It is a great honour and privilege to have the Grandmaster here and for everyone to have this amazing experience. He is the worlds most sought after authentic Shaolin Warrior Monk and Sifu's master. He will be conducting workshops in Brisbane on many aspects of Shaolin culture, skills and philosophy. Stay tuned for more updates or check out our facebook page about this event!

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Buddhas Birthday Celebrations

30/04/2010 - 03/05/2010

The Shaolin Kung Fu Guan once again participated on multiple levels at this years Buddhas Birthday celebrations at Brisbanes famous Southbank. The SKFG performed several performances over the 3 day festival as well as promoting Shaolin and Chinese Culture through an information stall. Also during the festival Sifu taught over 600 young students from schools all over Brisbane Shaolin Kung Fu as part of the cultural activities provided by the Fo Guan Shan Chung Tian Temple.

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