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The Person Who Says It Cannot Be Done…

  The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it ~Chinese proverb

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Lok Hup Ba Fa

Originally posted on Neijia Tao:
To the student of Chinese martial arts (CMA) a world of confusion is encountered with naming systems brought about by the fact that a number of languages, mainly Mandarin and Cantonese, are translated by two different…

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Kung Fu For Writers – Galiano Workshop

WORKSHOP When: Sunday, February 26, 2012. Time: 11:00 am – Noon. Where: Galiano Oceanfront Inn & Spa  Host: Galiano Literary Festival  Cost: $20 Join me on beautiful Galiano Island for this special workshop combining martial arts movements from Liuhebafa with … Continue reading

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Kung Fu for Writers – Victoria

I will be offering a new Kung Fu for Writers course starting November 10 in Victoria, BC. Please join me if you live near Victoria and are interested in tapping into your body’s energies using Qigong and Liuhebafa to expand … Continue reading

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Pen & Dragon Course in Victoria

LATEST NEWS: A new “Kung Fu for Writers” course will begin next month on Nov. 10. Six Thursday evenings, 7:00-9:00 pm, at Victoria College of Art (1625 Bank Street, Victoria BC). Cost: $195. All other details about the course are … Continue reading

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Galiano Workshop

Just back from the wonderfully relaxing Galiano Island Literary Festival at the Galiano Oceanfront Inn & Spa, where I offered my workshop on Writing as Internal Alchemy, which is part of my Pen & Dragon: Kung Fu for Writers series. … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Welcome to the website for my fifth book, Ride Backwards on Dragon: a poet’s journey through Liuhebafa.  A finalist for Canada’s Gerald Lampert Memorial Award, Ride Backwards on Dragon is a collection of 66 linked poems following the 66-move sequence … Continue reading

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