Essays on Martial Arts

Taekwondo as a Form of My Self-Expression
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The global context I best fit along with this my Personal Project is personal and cultural expression. Martial arts, to me, is a form of self expression. Taekwondo is a martial art that originated in Korea. Being a part of my dojo for years not only exposed me to Korean culture, but also exposed me to the language. It is mandatory for taekwondo students to not only speak simple phrases such as counting to ten, but also respond to directions given…...
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Bruce Lee Speech
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Introduction Born between 6 and am on November 27 1940, both the hour and year of the dragon, his symbolic birth marks the start of a new age, the age where a new martial art style is created which supersedes any other form of martial arts that has ever existed, the age where the Asians will never be looked down upon again by the Westerns, the age of this powerful man called Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee is a Chinese born…...
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Speech About Taekwondo
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Good morning to my esteemed teachers and classmates. What does Roundhouse, Chop, Side, Turning Back, Jumping front kick, Blocks and Sparring all have in common. No, they are not the ingredients my dad puts in his spicy Chile! It is the Korean Martial Art called Tae Kwon Do. Taekwondo means, the way of the foot and the fist. It is a form of self-defense using your bare hands and feet. Taekwondo dates back over 2000 years but has become one…...
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Brief History of Chinese Martial Arts
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We commonly call Chinese martial art’s kung-fu but literally that means hard work for those that doesn’t know. The term kung-fu was made popular during the Bruce Lee era in which the westerners were first exposed to his amazing fighting abilities. The correct terms for Chinese martial arts are either wushu, which means martial art, or koushu, which translates to national or military art. The first written history of Chinese martial arts comes from the reign of Huangdi, the Yellow…...
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