Texas feat makes Wong Malaysia’s most successful wushu exponent on world stage

Swordsman extraordinaire: Wong Weng Son performing in the men’s jianshu event at the World Wushu Championships in Fort Worth, Texas.

PETALING JAYA: Newly crowned changquan world champion Wong Weng Son signed off from Fort Worth, Texas, on a high note as the most successful Malaysian exponent at the World Wushu Championships.

The 31-year-old concluded his world meet campaign on Monday by bagging another silver in the men’s jianshu event.

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