TheWhiteTiger
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May 13, 1983 (Age: 37)
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TheWhiteTiger

Taoist Immortal, Male, 37, from The Great Yonder

"To know oneself is to study oneself in action with another person." Jul 17, 2012

TheWhiteTiger was last seen:
Apr 23, 2014
    1. Bat Shit Crazy
      Bat Shit Crazy
      As a kid,'64-'75,Japan...Kendo and Akidio...USAF,Issyhinrou...
      1. TheWhiteTiger
        TheWhiteTiger
        Ah, a Japanese stylist eh? I'm a kung fu guy, but I sparred Judo and Karate guys for years and used to practise with an Aiki-jujitsu guy. All very tough men.
        Nov 16, 2012
    2. Bat Shit Crazy
      Bat Shit Crazy
      I wish to say hello Sir....Ur's ,Bryan.
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      2. TheWhiteTiger
        TheWhiteTiger
        Good evening Bryan, a pleasure to meet you. New to the forum?
        Nov 16, 2012
      3. TheWhiteTiger
        TheWhiteTiger
        Sorry, I see now from your profile that you're not new at all! What arts do you study sir?
        Nov 16, 2012
    3. TheWhiteTiger
      TheWhiteTiger
      "To know oneself is to study oneself in action with another person."
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    May 13, 1983 (Age: 37)
    Location:
    The Great Yonder
    Occupation:
    Writer
    I've been studying Kung Fu (Taijiquan, a few years of Wing Chun too) for sixteen years, and for about a decade of that, I've managed to practise about 5 hours a day, seven days a week. I enjoy it slightly more each day, even if I am now down to a few hours 2 or 3 times a week.

    In addition to these arts, I've picked up little bits of Aikijitsu, Kickboxing, Boxing, Jujitsu, and MMA from long term sparring partners / mentors, and spent just over six months of intensive study in Wu style Taijiquan. It's fair to say, though, that these elements have been absorbed into my existing practise, rather than isolated.

    I have (like most of you, I'm sure) a vast collection of books, DVD's, magazines, and even a few (gasp) VHS tapes about martial arts, and I plumb them frequently for new ideas and techniques.

    When I'm not practising martial arts, I study Taoist Qi Gong, play blues guitar, read philosophy, have a drink, and maybe even play a little PS3... if my wife lets me. Professionally, I'm a writer who works in advertising and is mid way through his first novel.

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