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Perceptions of the “Sick” Men of East Asia in Spanish-speaking Countries

By William A. A Chinese martial arts master has died, the students make preparations for his funeral in anticipation of those people seeking to pay their respects. During a moment of silence following a speech by one senior member of the Chinese school, a group of Japanese martial artists make their entrance and arrogantly offered […]

Una visión histórica de las artes marciales mixtas en China

Por William Acevedo y Mei Cheung Publicado en: Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas, 2011 English Version: A Historical Overview of Mixed Martial Arts in China Resumen Las Artes Marciales Mixtas (MMA) se han convertido en uno de los deportes de combate que más rápidamente ha crecido en el siglo XXI, atrayendo a millones de espectadores […]

Martial Destination: A Lifetime Dedicated to the Martial Traditions, An Interview with Professor Ma Mingda

By William A., M.Eng., P.E.g, Translations by Brenda H. Ph.D. and Mei C. B.A. (Original Published in Kung Fu Taiji Magazine) One of the most influential Chinese martial arts scholars in China today is without a doubt professor Ma Mingda, a history professor at Jinan University in the city of Guangzhou, Guangdong Province. Most of […]