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Sunday, March 13, 2011

LISTEN TO WISE THOUGHTS FROM THE WORLD WUSHU CHAMPION

Very happy day to you,

Thanks for your continuous support of this blog and hope You too enjoy and obtain the benefits as I have been enjoying through blogging.

Today, I am very excited to share with you some wise thoughts from one of the Malaysian hero, Chai Fong Ying, 25, two-time World Wushu Championships gold-medalist. And it was published in the Star, Female fighter, on Mar 9, 2011. I find this article worthy to be commended. 



First, she not only proves the point that female is equally capable, in term of physical and mental strength, as their opposite sex. Although she was not mentioned in the Top 100 Malaysian Women lists in conjunction with the celebration of The 100th International Women’s Day, the fact is that she is a real silent fighter and hope she will continue to give her best contribution.

Secondly, she has demonstrated that she is not only physically and mentally fit, but also wise at the age of 25. Another case in point is that there is a misconception of correlation between age and wisdom.

Thirdly, she chooses to use her talents and wisdom for the betterment of the world by preserving this healthy activity. Her spirit earned my respect voluntarily and there are lots to learn from her.

In the above article, she deliberated that the martial art is not only about physical activity, as most people believe, but also about the inculcation of moral values. She explained that she learned “wu de” (the moral values to martial arts) when she is in training. This is part of the spirit of sports that includes values like respect, perseverance and helping others.

It is interesting to know that there are two main disciplines within wushu, called "sanda" and "taolu". The former is prone to dealing with actual sparring, while the latter is more inclined to be performance based, such as ryhthmic gymnastics.

No wonder that this young world champion, not only brings world gold medals to Malaysia, but is also able to shine with wise thoughts at such a young age. Well done, Fong Ying. Your behaviour is an excellent model for us to follow. Your great contribution will not be forgotten, but a truly memorable one. 








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Wu Shu = Techniiques of Martial Arts. The essence of Chinese Wushu begins from self-cultivation, self-control and self-defense. Sifu Lan Shu Rou taught me - one must first learn and open mind to sense the energy flow; one must first how to be hit before thinking of fighting. Wu Shu is not a fixed style but a general term of combining Qigong, Daoyin and technique of martial arts; it is not limited to physical movements but more importantly but deepened learning in inner peace and strength.
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