I would like to welcome you to some of the upcoming martial art events that I am involved with. I have been promoting martial art events since 1992, and strive to present the best experience possible for those who attend. Attached are fliers for the Mokomoko Invitational Karate, Ju Jitsu and Eskrima Tournament, to be held at the Campbell Community Center on Saturday, May 11; the Danzan Ryu Black Belt Weekend to be held at Amador Judo & Ju Jitsu in Livermore on the…
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Proud of your family heritage? Love your city?
Pull out those photo albums and share!
Share family photos in Kularts' on-line gallery
We're proud of the long legacy of Pilipinos in San Francisco (and the Bay Area). Post your family photos (1979 or earlier) to our on-line album, and they may inspire our next round of photo sessions for *Kodakan, or even be included in the Kodakan Exhibition at the San Francisco Public Library (October 2013)!
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Grand Master Leo Giron learned Escrima as a boy in Pangasinan, Philippines. He sharpened his fighting skills during WWII where he earned a Bronze Star. Long after the war, he began teaching Escrima with the hope that people would have the knowledge and ability to fight in the defense of their lives. ~g.
Come learn the Filipino Martial Art of Escrima. Put simply, Our skill driven classes are designed to prepare you to aggressively defend and repel attackers.
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ANNUAL 2013 UFMAC CHARTER MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
Come support the United Filipino Martial Art Council (UFMAC) Organization.
Join the team with your Annual 2013 Charter Membership of $35.00, per person (new members). Renewing membership is $25.00..
The Charter membership will include a UFMAC numbered membership card and entitles you but is not limited to the following Discounts and invitation to special events.
Discounts on UFMAC sponsored FMA…
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I eventually release myself from Varanasi's spell and catch a combination
of planes, trains and automobiles (or rather auto-rickshaws) to Sawai
Madhopur and the gateway to Ranthambore National Park. I've always had a
fascination with big cats and seeing the documentary "Broken Tail" sealed
my fate - I would venture directly into the home turf of Broken Tail
himself, who sadly was killed by a train during his wandering afar from
Ranthambore. But perhaps I would meet…