Amazing new book! Of Fire and Water: Alchemy and Transformation by GM Rene J. Navarro

For over six decades, Grandmaster Rene J. Navarro has been on a mission, traveling the globe to learn from extraordinary masters of impossible skills, and to…

Forms of Fukien Five Ancestor Fist

The forms of ngo cho kun are classified into two main groups: chien (“conflicts,” used for training) and kun (“fist,” used for fighting). While all forms begin with the eight-movement qi kun opening fist set, the chien forms close with the movement known as hi li po pai (child holding the tablet), while the kun forms close with the movement known as chiao yung chiu (enticing hand).

Transformations Podcast Episodes

Features guests to share their transformative experiences. Topics include meditation, altered states of consciousness, qigong, martial arts, psychology, trauma, social justice, health, fitness, art, music, and more. It’s an examination of the human condition and our search for growth, meaning, and the achievement of Excellence in Life.

Chlorella: Nature’s Miracle Healer

Chlorella helps stimulate probiotic growth in the gut and binds with toxins (including the pesticides and fungicides that linger on our foods) and heavy metals (from the mercury in silver fillings), moving them out of the body and keeping them from recirculating in the bloodstream.

Improve Your Attitude, Improve Your Life!

Health and happiness represent a frame of mind that influences our choices. In turn, making better lifestyle choices leads to wellness instead of chronic ill health.

PFAS Contaminant in Water Intensifies COVID-19 Symptoms

No one expected a pandemic to lockdown the world in the 21st century, but it did. COVID-19 has changed the lives of everyone on the planet in…

Actor Raymond Barry Offers “Master Class” in New Memoir

Deeply moving, heart wrenching, and inspiring, Raymond J. Barry offers readers insights into what it takes to survive a violent upbringing, to excel in sports, to be swept away by theater, and to barely earn a living while trying to make it as an artist and an actor for 20 years; before finally garnering significant recognition beginning in the 1980s, in such films as Year of the Dragon, Born on the Fourth of July, Dead Man Walking, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Made in Chinatown and on television series including X-Files, The 100, Gotham and Justified.

“Made in Chinatown” Movie Tells a Different Chinatown Story

In order to revitalize the economic development of the Chinatown community in Manhattan , the A&C Culture Center and Tambuli Media and Vision Films held an event in front of the Chinese House in New York on the 12th. The background film “Made in Chinatown” lion dance and press conference, hope that through the film, more people are welcome to Chinatown.

Mark V. Wiley Reflects on “Made in Chinatown”

In order to become a wiseguy and win the love of his dream lover, the young Chinese guy who grew up in Chinatown decided to join the Italian “gangster”. Will he be accepted or rejected? Chinese girl or Italian beauty, which one did he choose? Once lost in Chinatown, can he finally find himself? All the answers are in this movie “Made in Chinatown”, which was filmed in Philadelphia’s Chinatown, which combines gangsters, kung fu, and comedy elements.

Does Traditional Kung-Fu Have a Future?

[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ _builder_version=”4.6.6″ _module_preset=”default” custom_padding=”||3px|||”][et_pb_row _builder_version=”4.6.6″ _module_preset=”default” custom_padding=”8px|||||”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”4.6.6″ _module_preset=”default”][et_pb_text _builder_version=”4.6.6″ _module_preset=”default”] Interview by Mark V. Wiley Hendrik Santo is a researcher of Wing Chun…