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  • Introducing myself. Know anything about Choy Gar?

    Hello my name is Carlos Olivera and I practice Choy Gar Kung Fú. Im interested in any chinese martial art exchange mainly about southern styles.
    If anyone wnats to know about the style I practice, please feel free to ask, or go to Site of Choy Gar Kung Fu in Cuba

    Thanks you for your attention

    Carlos

  • #2
    Interesting... Welcome.

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    • #3
      Welcome aboard.

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      • #4
        Looks cool - welcome Carlos!

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        • #5
          Thank you my friends. I hope my comments can be usefull to this community

          Carlos

          P.S: Sorry about the website, it is mostly in Spanish, it will take me some time to translate, meanwhile if you have any question about me, my style, or anything, please ask

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          • #6
            Hey, looks good. I study Chow Gar southern mantis. I think that they may be slightly related. Not been training much recently though unfortunately (credit crunch!).

            One suggestion for the site - do not make the photos open in new windows, and allow each one to link to the next. After looking through the pics I noticed I had about 10 windows open.

            How is the new school coming along? Loved the photos. Looks like it will be a really big place. Would cost millions to have something like that over here in England!

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            • #7
              Hello jonbey, thank you for your suggestions, I will tell our webmaster to perform that changes.
              Yes, I think Choy Gar is related to Chow Gar, I have heard it is part of its "roots", together with Hung Gar.
              About the school, we are not currently training there. Cause I have moved to the other side of the city. And you have seen well, it is a big place. It is part of a Hig School, that is practically abandoned, so we took over the place. It is a shame we had to leave it. Now we are training in a smaller place. About the money, I have heard England spaces are quite expensives. It is different here, we (martial arts schools I mean) don´t have places on our own, we have to borrow it from other institutions (mainly schools)
              It is a shame you can not train for lack of money. That is an advantage we have here. We teach for free :-).

              Have a nice day and once again thank you for your commnets. Keep checking the site, cause we are about uploading some interesting historical pictures, and we also have a team translating the Spanish site into English

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