Master Gary Tong C.Y  

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ACCREDITED MALAYSIAN WORLD GRANDMASTER 9TH DAN, SR. MASTER 8TH DAN & MASTER 7TH DAN PROMOTED BY LEGITIMATE INTERNATIONAL / WORLD BODY ORGANISATION OF ITF, GTF,CHAN-HON STYLE TAEKWON-DO SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA

Posted by Master Gary Tong on January 22, 2018 at 6:45 AM

ACCREDITED MALAYSIAN WORLD GRANDMASTER 9TH DAN, SR. MASTER 8TH DAN & MASTER 7TH DAN PROMOTED BY LEGITIMATE INTERNATIONAL / WORLD BODY ORGANISATION OF ITF, GTF,CHAN-HON STYLE TAEKWON-DO SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA (WCTF, ITF's, GTF, WTA, GTFI, ICTF, CHITF etc) as follow:

IX Dan


1. Grand Master Low Koon Lin

-9th Dan World Chun Kuhn Taekwon-Do Federation-WCTF

-9th Dan International Taekwon-Do Federation-ITF-Vienna


2. Grand Master Sabree Salleh

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Why Learn Taekwon-Do?

Posted by Master Gary Tong on October 11, 2014 at 6:15 AM

Why Learn Tae Kwon Do

 

 

 

Why Learn Tae Kwon Do?

 

For Self-defense: One never knows when he or she may be attacked. Since we normally do not carry side arms, a most effective way to defend ourselves and our loved ones is "empty hand fighting" and Tae Kwon Do reveals the ancient secrets. Knowledge of these secrets can be life savings in times of danger.

 

For Health: Tae Kwon Do is far more than just defens...

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ITF Taekwon-Do Rank System

Posted by Master Gary Tong on October 11, 2014 at 6:15 AM

Ranks System

 

 

 

The Ch'ang-Hon Taekwon-Do Style has a unique ranking system. It consists of five solid color belts (kups - also commonly called gups), five intermediate colour belts (indicated by a stripe around both hanging ends of the belt or a stripe around the middle of the entire belt), and nine degrees of Black.

 

10th kup (white)

9th kup (white with yellow stripe)

8th kup (yellow)

7th kup (yellow...

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ITF Patterns

Posted by Master Gary Tong on October 11, 2014 at 6:10 AM

Ch'ang-Hon Taekwon-Do /ITF Patterns

 

 

 

Patterns or forms ("tuls" in Korean, equivalent to the kata in karate) originally called Hyung, are considered by many to be one of the most important aspects of training in Taekwon-Do. The patterns practised by members of the ITF are originally the patterns of the OH DO KWAN and rather different from those performed by Kukkiwon, especially the Taegeuk Poomsae, and form one of the major differences betw...

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ITF History

Posted by Master Gary Tong on October 11, 2014 at 6:10 AM

ITF History

 

 

 

The International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF) was founded in 1966 by General Choi Hong Hi six years before his exile from South Korea in 1972 and seven years before the WTF. His first visit of good will to North Korea was in 1980, when he introduced Taekwon-Do there. It is one the two major international Taekwon-Do organisations, the other being the public Olympic International Federation called World Taekwondo Federation or W...

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