Silat

Silat - Malaysia: meaning "to fight or to fight in self-defense" said to have developed based on human observation and imitation of animals including the monkey, eagle and tiger.

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TaeKwonDo

TaeKwonDo - Korea: "The way of the hand and foot" - a modern martial art from Korea that is characterised by its fast, high and spinning kicks.

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Sumo

Sumo – Japan: Originally known as "sumai", meaning struggle, sumo began around 20 B.C. as military combat. Sumai used most of the modern sumo techniques, plus a variety of strikes.

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Tang Soo Do

Tang Soo Do - Korea: meaning "China Hand Way" Tang Soo Do is a Korean martial art which teaches empty hand and foot fighting, fighting forms, self-defense, and weapons. Tang Soo Do also teaches people to live a healthy and harmonious life.

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Taekkyeon

Taekkyeon - Korea: is a martial art with a dance-like appearance in some aspects.

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Wing Chun

Wing Chun - China: meaning "spring chant" is the name of a system of martial arts developed in southern China approximately 300 years ago. It is a form of self-defense utilising both striking and grappling while specialising in close-range combat. Its originator, the Buddhist nun Ng Mui, was a master of Shaolin Kung Fu and used this knowledge to invent a way to take advantage of the weaknesses inherent in the other Shaolin systems.

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