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    calligraphy he had a teacher worried about his health, because of this, he had him start practicing Taek Kyon to help his body start to strengthen. In 1937, General Choi went for Japan to start pursuing his studies. In Japan the General began studying Shotokan Karate. In only two years he already earned his 1st degree black belt. continuing his accelerated training all through his studies, finally, while at university in Tokyo,

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    These black belts include Tae Kwon Do, Okinawan Kobudo, Shotokan Karate, Goju Ryu, Wushu, Tang Soo Do, and Kyokushin Karate. Although he has an impressive Martial Arts record the fact that he changed his life when “he began devoting more time to his schoolwork and sports instead of being on the streets. And before

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    30 people, ages 9 and up, standing in a line shoulder to shoulder and staring straight ahead at what to an untrained eye seems to be nothing but, in fact is everything. These people , myself amongst them, have just finished a training session in Shotokan karate and are waiting to be excused from the class, but before they leave the man in front, the Sensei, shouts “Dojo Kodo!” Code of the Dojo. There are 5 principles to this code, These principles are my responsibility to myself, my companions,

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    Learning has always been my passion. When I was younger, I would spend hours pouring over dictionary pages, trying to decrypt the hidden messages of jumbled up symbols. I would take a book and invent stories to go along with the pictures. Nothing ever stopped me from trying to understand things. When I turned 4, my dad finally taught me to read. We would sit on the couch, me sounding out each word and my dad correcting me after each mispronunciation. The experience was enthralling. Ever since that

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    Master of Science Statement of Purpose ‘Education is a companion which no future can depress, no crime can destroy, no enemy can alienate and no nepotism can enslave’. Meditation of this quote has inspired me to excel in academics. My goal is to accomplish a challenging position in the field of Quality Engineering and deliver high-quality products and services to customers. My industrious efforts in Higher Secondary examinations and passion for science helped me gain direct admission in Mechanical

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    My Passion For Law

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    From what was a once unexplored subject, I have developed my sincere passion for Law through my college studies and also in my spare time. I would like to become a lawyer, well known for my competency and perseverance. I feel an industry recognised law degree will not only enable me to develop on my current legal knowledge, but also provide me with essential professional skills and experiences in order to achieve this career aspiration. One particular case which has interested me is that of Ahluwalia

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    distinction between the different level of expertise in Karate. Kihon, kata, kumite are included in Karate. That is mean punches, kicks, pre-arranged forms simulation combat situations and sparring etc. There are many different types of Karate like Shotokan, Kempo etc.(University of

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    Wado Ryu, a Japanese form of martial arts, is not one of the most popular styles, but it is definitely one of the most effective styles to train in both mentally and physically. Wado Ryu has been a major part of my life since I started in 2007, and I 've made my way up the ranks to second degree black belt (nidan) since then. The research I did for this report helped me further my pursuit to be the best martial arts student I possibly can be. This uncommonly chosen topic intrigued me, because there

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    On August 2nd, 1998; David and Christine Bouchard who are amazing parents gave birth to a pretty awesome daughter, myself: Alison Elaine Bouchard. I mean I must be awesome if they only needed one child. We lived in a small trailer in Oakland, Maine with a springer spaniel named Colbie who would soon become my best friend. At this time my dad was working long hard hours, the night shift at the local paper plate mill. My mom worked for the hospital at odd hours as well. They tried to go to college

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    Fighting Is Art Since the dawn of time, man has had to fight for one reason or another. There has been war using weapons, sword fights between individuals, and then there are modern day wars battled out in the cage. Kickboxing has had many uses in the past, but it is one of the most popular sports in today’s culture. It is a very useful skill to learn. There is no mistake that martial arts are dangerous, but if properly taught, a perfectly disciplined warrior will be a result. Warrior

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