Sydney 2018 Youth Chinese Kung Fu Heroes Exhibition

The Asian Welfare Centre will be holding a special youth event on July 29th, showcasing Chinese martial arts at Granville Town Hall from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.

This event will featured performances and demonstrations of authentic Chinese Kung Fu, intended to encourage young people to learn more about traditional Chinese culture and spread the fitness and mental health benefits inherent to the practice of Chinese martial arts.

The Youth Group has been organised by the Asian Welfare Centre and will hosted by the NSW Chin Woo Athletics Association, Pekin University Chinese School and Datong Chinese School.

Demonstrations will include bare-hand martial arts and weapons including sword and staff. Also featured on the program will be commentary and explanation of the styles and techniques on display, to give the audience a greater understanding of Chinese Kung Fu.

Location: Granville Town Hall
Address: 10 Carlton St, Granville NSW 2142
Date: 2018 July 29
Time: 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Telephone: 0414 281 098


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Australian NSW Chin Woo History

Chin Woo is one of the earliest community sport organisations in China for the promotion of traditional Chinese martial arts. The Shanghai Chin Woo Athletics Association is the first Chinese martial arts association founded in 1910 by Huo Yuanjia. Many Chin Woo Athletics Associations have since established in over 50 countries around the world. The Australia Chin Woo has been established in Sydney since 1976 by the late Li Yiu-Ling Sifu. In the last 40 years the NSW Chin Woo Athletics Association, a non-profit organisation, has created a good platform to unite all martial art organisations, with the same aims of promoting Chinese Wushu culture and developing a harmonious multicultural society in Australia. The first World Chin Woo Championship was held in Shanghai in 1990 and it was decided that such an important cultural event should be held once every two years. In October 2012, the 12th World Chin Woo Championship was successfully held in Tianjin China. The NSW Chin Woo Athletics Association assembled a dedicated Chin Woo Wushu Team of 30 members to participate in this international event and obtained outstanding results.

  • 1st Chairperson – Marco Seeto (司徒礎)
  • 2nd Chairperson – Kevin Lo ( 羅光榮 )
  • 3rd Chairperson – Maggi
  • 4th Chairperson – Anton Davis
  • 5th Chairperson – John Summerville
  • 6th Chairperson – Raymond Wu ( 伍漢偉 )
  • 7th Chairperson – Kenneth Fong (方展榮 )
  • 8th Chairperson – Stephen Yoong ( 翁文南 )
  • 9th Chairperson – Lawrence Cho ( 曹清 )
  • 10th Chairperson – Zac Walters
  • 11th Chairperson – Michael Lam ( 林文健  )
  • 12th Chairperson – Alice Dong ( 董蓓 )
  • 13th Chairperson – Alice Dong ( 董蓓 )
  • 14th Chairperson – Alice Dong ( 董蓓 )
  • 15th Chairperson – Alice Dong ( 董蓓 )
  • 16th Chairperson – Alice Dong ( 董蓓 )

On 30 March 2000 the direction of Chin Woo begin to change from a Wushu Academy to an Athletics Association Incorporated.

The 16th NSW Chin Woo Executive Committee Members (2017)