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Malaysia Arts and Crafts – Wau, a Malay Traditions

Have you ever wonder what is that symbol emblazoned on the tail of all Malaysian airplanes flown by Malaysia Airlines System (MAS)? Although for most people, it is nothing more than just an emblem, it has a huge significance for each and every Malaysian that makes them proud. Known as ‘wau’, it is one of the oldest traditional games in the Malay culture. Dancing in the azure sky, a wau or kite is accompanied by a hummer, which produces various buzzing and purring sounds when soaring upon the wind. There are something mystical about the way this kite defies gravity by swaying and climbing slowly up the sky. Kites are flown after the rice harvesting season is over. People are happy and free to pursue pastimes. A Malay kite combines the best of skilled workmanship, dazzling colour...[Read More]

‘Kung Fu Secrets’ – Expert Martial Arts Analysis!

Generalisations abound in Martial Arts periodicals, however, ‘Kung Fu Secrets’, true to title, provides detailed insights into this field from expert perspectives. Edited by Grandmaster Yap Leong it offers a unique view of contemporary Kung Fu, key practitioners, central issues and related subjects. Kung Fu Secrets’ The Magazine appears occasionally and, currently, has 3 Volumes to its name with a 4th eagerly awaited by its readers due to the scope and depth of its analysis of contemporary and historical aspects of traditional Kung Fu. Presented with engaging frankness, ‘Kung Fu Secrets’ is an essential prerequisite, in many U.K. martial artists’ eyes, for an understanding of events and issues transcending the superficial. Grandmaster Yap Leong Grandmast...[Read More]

‘Kung Fu Secrets’ – Expert Martial Arts Analysis!

Generalisations abound in Martial Arts periodicals, however, ‘Kung Fu Secrets’, true to title, provides detailed insights into this field from expert perspectives. Edited by Grandmaster Yap Leong it offers a unique view of contemporary Kung Fu, key practitioners, central issues and related subjects. Kung Fu Secrets’ The Magazine appears occasionally and, currently, has 3 Volumes to its name with a 4th eagerly awaited by its readers due to the scope and depth of its analysis of contemporary and historical aspects of traditional Kung Fu. Presented with engaging frankness, ‘Kung Fu Secrets’ is an essential prerequisite, in many U.K. martial artists’ eyes, for an understanding of events and issues transcending the superficial. Grandmaster Yap Leong Grandmast...[Read More]