Issue #211 – May 2016 ( Digital & Print)


COVER- “Grandmaster Eunggil Choi: Like many dreams, this one began small with just a few seeds”
Grandmaster Choi has devoted his life not only to sharing the tenets of Tae Kwon Do but also to advancing cultural understanding between his birth country and the United States.
Photo credits: Neil Steinberg / Photoworks / Leesburg, VA

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Lyn Blace, Ren Alejo, and Merryl Simon- “Jeff Jeds, Jedokan Founder”
Jeff Jeds’ varied background in martial arts led to his developing Jedokan and partnering with Leo Fong

I.B.Tumaru- “Leo Fong, Master of Wei Kuen Do”
An early interest in boxing and training in several martial arts led Leo Fong to develop Wei Kuen Do, the Way of Integration.

Steven Ronai- “Bruce Lee and the tournaments of Jhoon Rhee”
Bruce Lee’s friendship with Jhoon Rhee led him to help in promoting Tae Kwon Do.

Guy Larke- “The Caribbean’s Next Hot Industry … Tang Soo Do? Master Jose Torres Thinks So!”
Master Jose Torres discusses his current success and the future of Tang Soo Do in the Caribbean.

Brenda Sell- “A Tae Kwon Do Love Affair”
Th e love of Edward B. Sell and Brenda Sell for each other and Tae Kwon Do exemplifies the family values of the U.S. Chung Do Kwan Association.

Kathrin J. Sumpter- “Making the Art Your Own”
Chief Master Clay Worley discusses the creation and legitimization of Dekimasu Shotokan Karate-Do.

Greg Brundage- “2015-Silk Road-Tae Kwon Do Quest”
The author interviews Master Han, Chairman of the Board of Federation of Taekwon-Do ITF Uzbekistan and Senior
Vice-President of Asia Taekwon-Do ITF Federation.

Antony Cummins- “Who Were the Samurai?”
A world-renowned expert explains the truth behind
the misconceptions about the samurai

Stacey Bendickson- “My Tae Kwon Do Journey with my Family”
Master Bendickson tells the story of her family’s involvement in
Tae Kwon Do and their contributions to the community.

Jarrod Taylor- “Festival to Commemorate the Passing of Choi Yong Sul Dojunim, Founder of Hapkido”
Thirty years after the passing of the founder of Hapkido,
Kim Yun Sang and members of the Hapkido world
family continue to follow his dying wishes.

Ian Cyrus- “The Foundation of Sin MooHapkido’s Basic Eight Skills” (Part Two)
The author illustrates the remaining five basic skills of Sin Moo Hapkido

“Dr. He-Young Kimm and the Regional Directors of the World Han Mu Do Association” (Part One)
Grandmaster Dr. He-Young Kimm introduces the regional directors of the World Han Mu Do Association.

Paul Brailer- Criptaedo (Third in series)”What Would You Do?”
There are steps we can take to decrease our chances of becoming the victim or statistic of a crime.

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