Banquet Speech by William Faulkner (excerpt) – Media Player at Nobelprize.org

Banquet Speech by William Faulkner (excerpt) – Media Player at Nobelprize.org.

Discurso de William Faulkner en el banquete del Premio Nobel.

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Sanchin Kata, Gojo Ryu Karate Style. – USA National School of Karate

Sanchin Kata, Gojo Ryu Karate Style. – USA National School of Karate.

Posted by Sensei Gualdo Hidalgo. 

Sensei Morio Higaonna (10-th Dan,IOGKF Chairman & Chief Instructor),

Sensei Kazuo Terauchi (8-th Dan ,vice-chairman of the I.O.G.K.F.). World Budo Sai 2008, Japan. 

The version of Sanchin used by most styles of Karate was developed by Goju Ryu founder Chōjun Miyagi and uses a very strong, tense closed fist “push”. In Uechi Ryu and in Ryusei, the practice of Sanchin is closer to the Chinese version with faster spear hand strikes that are more snake like. 

Sanchin is a kata of Southern Chinese (Fujianese) origin that is considered to be the core of several styles, the most well-known being the Okinawan Karate styles of Goju Ryu and Uechi Ryu, as well as the Chinese martial arts of Fujian White Crane, Five Ancestors, Pangai-noon and the Tiger-Crane Combination style associated with Ang Lian-Huat. Tam Hon taught a style that was called simply “Saam Jin” (Cantonese for “Sanchin”). The name Sanchin, meaning three battles, is sometimes interpreted as the battle to unify the mind, body, and spirit; however, there are other interpretations of it.

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Sanchin Kata, Uechi Ryu Karate Style. – USA National School of Karate

Sanchin Kata, Uechi Ryu Karate Style. – USA National School of Karate.

Sanchin Kata, Uechi Ryu Karate Style. 

Posted by Sensei Gualdo Hidalgo. 

Sanchin is a kata of Southern Chinese (Fujianese) origin that is considered to be the core of several styles, the most well-known being the Okinawan Karate styles of Goju Ryu and Uechi Ryu, as well as the Chinese martial arts of Fujian White Crane, Five Ancestors, Pangai-noon and the Tiger-Crane Combination style associated with Ang Lian-Huat. Tam Hon taught a style that was called simply “Saam Jin” (Cantonese for “Sanchin”). The name Sanchin, meaning three battles, is sometimes interpreted as the battle to unify the mind, body, and spirit; however, there are other interpretations of it. 

The version of Sanchin used by most styles of Karate was developed by Goju Ryu founder Chōjun Miyagi and uses a very strong, tense closed fist “push”. In Uechi Ryu and in Ryusei, the practice of Sanchin is closer to the Chinese version with faster spear hand strikes that are more snake like. 

Karatemaster1955@gmail.com

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