While I was living in Japan, I was flipping through the TV one day when I stumbled upon a news program. The reporter
There’s a stand-up bit by Joe Rogan where he talks about how if you brought back Thomas Jefferson to the present day he’d be stunned
I find Toyama (Oyadomari) Kanken one of the most interesting and colourful teachers to have emerged from Okinawa to teach Karatedo on the Japanese mainland. Much
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
Insightful interviews with senior Canadian Karate teachers and pioneers.
A few times a year I get an email from someone asking how he can learn Tou’on-ryu. Usually the email is prefaced with a laundry
I was on LINE with my Kobudo teacher, Yoshimura sensei (that his photo above), this past weekend to catch-up with him and see how he
Way back in the 1990s when I was living in Japan the musician Beck had a hit single called “Loser”. It’s chorus went, “I’m a