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Up to 4,000 people are attending regular classes in more than 25 clubs in Balochistan province, of which Quetta is the capital.
Martial arts helps to boost confidence and improves your overall athleticism.
Gatka enthusiast Gurkiran Kaur is determined to give the dying Sikh martial art a fighting chance.
SELANGOR government is continuing its Xtiv Virtual programme after last year’s success.
PETALING JAYA: Today’s Chap Goh Meh or Yuan Xiao, the last day of the Chinese New Year celebrations, will depart from the norm – there will be no traditional tossing of mandarin oranges, public prayers or large-scale celebrations.
TAKING part in wushu as a co-curricular activity in secondary school has continued to reap dividends for two students from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR).
AN INTEREST in all things related to ancient Chinese history led a self-taught tailor to start a full-time business making traditional hanfu four years ago.
From online lion dance watch parties to virtual greeting cards, tech is helping Malaysians observe the Chinese New Year while staying safe.
KUCHING: For the first time in the Nanyang Wushu Federation of Sarawak’s 47-year history, its lion and dragon dance troupe will not be performing during Chinese New Year in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: The Vietnam SEA Games could be the only competition in store for the national wushu team and their exponents can’t help but feel that they have been short-changed again.