When I finished editing and formatting ‘An Introduction to Karate-do,’ I sent it off to be published and waited. Then a few days ago, copies
As I edit Mabuni and Nakasone’s “An Introduction to Karate-do” I need to take breaks from time to time as I get myopic looking at
Maybe its the Covid-19 crisis, but there have been many great Karate focused podcasts being produced. Here is another one produced by Les Bubka called
In Tou’on-ryu lore, readers may be aware that during Miyagi Chojun’s absence on Okinawa while doing compulsory military service from 1910 t0 1912 in Miyakonojo,
Insightful interviews with senior Canadian Karate teachers and pioneers.
Another very interesting lecture given by Dr. Gregory Smits, author of ‘Maritime Ryukyu’. Lecture on Okinawan Identity Discussion on symposium lectures
Conventional portrayals of early Ryukyu are based on official histories written between 1650 and 1750. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, Gregory Smits makes extensive use of
Thank you to everyone who kindly purchased an ebook with the proceeds being donated towards the Vancouver Food Bank. I will keep the post open