NSW Chin Woo President, Alice Dong, recently was interviewed by CRI as part of the overseas Chinese radio programme series. In the programme, she introduced the history and evolution of NSW Chin Woo and how Chin Woo promotes Chinese martial arts in Australia. China Radio International (CRI) is China’s only state-level radio and television media organization specializing in international communications.
The interview starts from 9:50 and was conducted in Chinese.
It’s been a very busy period for NSW Chin Woo, starting with our hugely successful Drought Relief event in Eastwood Mall on September 16th. After a wonderful afternoon of Kung Fu & Tai Chi performances, we successfully raised over $2,000 to be donated to Australian farmers effected by the long-running Drought. Thank you to all our members and friends for their contributions to the event!
We’ve also been very active for this year’s Moon Festival, with members performing at celebration events in Eastwood, Ryde, Meadowbank and Redfern.
October is shaping up to be an exciting month as well, with a number of NSW Chin Woo members competing in the 2018 IWUF Oceania Championships to be held in Melbourne on October 21st. Good luck to all our Chin Woo affiliated athletes! It’s sure to be a great event!
Source: Sing Tao Daily 20180918
School Holidays Workshop Announcement!
Bajiquan Workshop with Master Mark Sun.
NSW Chin Woo Association is hosting the first workshop of the year: an introduction to the traditional martial art of Bajiquan with instructor Mark Sun.
NSW Chin Woo Association Members / Students and Children: $30
Bajiquan is an explosive, close-range wushu style from the Hebei Province.
Master Sun is an eight-generation instructor of Bajiquan from Cangzhou and international wushu gold medallist.
- When: Sunday, 16th July 2017
- Time: 10am to 12.30pm
- Where: Wilkins Public School in Marrickville.
- To register interest, please contact Shifu Alice: 0414281098