http://youtube.com/watch?v=spdrd3C7o_g Here are the videos of Martial House Stars, Samuel Tan and Ho Lin Ying, displaying the 42-Style Taijijian routine at the National Wushu & Sanda Championships 2014. http://youtube.com/watch?v=zgTChKK2cTc Samuel and Lin Ying are champions in both 42-STyle Taijiquan & 42-Style Taijijian for the Men and Women category respectively. Once again, congratulations to the Martial House Stars! Credits: Sunny Chong
Catch Martial House Star, Zoe Mui, and her team mate, Jesse on today’s edition of The Straits Times (25 August 2014)! The article can be found on page B21 of the Sport section. Zoe and team will be returning to Singapore later tonight from Nanjing via Scoot TZ81. The estimated time of arrival is 2210 at Changi Airport Terminal 2.
After ranking second in the 3rd International Gunshu event, Martial House Star, Zoe Mui, has attained the Silver medal in the Combined Daoshu & Gunshu event! This is her second Silver medal in Nanjing! Catch her Gunshu performance below. https://youtube.com/watch?v=rfoLkaiNnqg Congratulations Zoe! You have done Martial House and Singapore proud! Currently, Team Singapore has attained a total of 3 Silver medals in the Nanjing 2014 Youth Wushu Tournament! Click here to view the competition results.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=mz1FxI_L2wk After executing the 3rd International Daoshu Routine, Martial House Star, Zoe Mui, is currently ranked third in the Combined Daoshu & Gunshu event! The exclusive video of Zoe’s Daoshu performance can be found above! Zoe will be executing the 3rd International Gunshu Routine later. After which, the winners of the Combined Daoshu & Gunshu event will be revealed. All the best, Zoe! Martial House would also like to congratulate Zoe’s team mate, Adalia Jesse Colin, for attaining a Silver medal in the Combined Jianshu & Qiangshu event! It is the second Silver medal for Team Singapore! Congratulations!
From 14 to 17 August 2014, students from Martial House participated in the National Wushu & Sanda Championships 2014. The 4-day competition was held in Woodlands Sports Hall.
Martial House is proud to announce that students have attained a total of 14 Gold, 8 Silver & 9 Bronze medals!
Out of the 31 medals, 13 Gold, 2 Silver & 2 Bronze are from students who represented Hong Kah North Community Club. This massive medal count has brought Hong Kah North Community Club to the top of the medal tally for the Open Category!
The achievements of Martial House students can be found below:
Martial House would like to congratulate all student athletes for their outstanding achievements! Even though some students had upcoming examinations, they were not deterred from joining the competition. Instead, they managed their time and were disciplined to study and do their homework during their break time during the competition. Well done!
Also, Martial House would like to thank parents of student athletes for their continuous support and for believing in Martial House. The staff of Martial House will continue to stay committed in nurturing its students.
Congratulations to Martial House Star, Zoe Mui, for attaining a Silver medal in the 3rd International Changquan event at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Wushu Tournament! The exclusive video of Zoe’s Changquan performance can be found below.
Well done and all the best for your combined Daoshu & Gunshu events!
Click here for more information about the Nanjing 2014 Youth Wushu Tournament.
Click here for to view the article on the results for the tournament so far.
The following is an article published on Xuan Sports’ website (20 August 2014) which featured Martial House Star, Neville Cheong! Martial House would like to thank Xuan Sports for acknowledging Neville as a true sportsman!
“On the final day of the National Wushu & Sanda Championships 2014, the last event brought much excitement to the Xuan family as we cheered on our last athlete to compete in this entire competition. While our booming cheered filled the entire Woodlands Sports Hall and Jon did a splendid routine, little did we know that his worthy opponent, Neville Cheong was cheering for him at the side while awaiting his own turn on the competition ground.
This small gesture, though unnoticed by most of us, was picked up by our Managing Director, Coach JunMing. He was very touched as Neville has truly shown and embodied the value of true sportsmanship. Although Neville is from another club, he still cheered our athlete on: a move that is seldom seen in the Wushu arena these days.
When Neville went on to perform his routine, he unfortunately fell on his knees during the hands-free cartwheel. Yet, he continued with his routine till the end. This spirit of determination was deeply admired by the Xuan family and we eventually started cheering for Neville also.
What we have learnt from Neville is the important value of true sportsmanship. Although he’s our opponent, we wish to make a tribute to him here, and we wish him all the best for his future endeavours in Wushu.
Well done, Neville.”
Neville is indeed a role model to many, especially to aspiring Wushu athletes! He has demonstrated the value of true sportsmanship, a quality which Martial House aims to instill among its students.
Way to go, Neville! Martial House is proud of you!
On 27 July 2014, Coach Leo Rui Yan (Reann) led a team of 3 Martial House student athletes, Ng Shinn, Ng Yu Ninn and Ryane Lim Yi Ren, to Kuala Lumpur to participate in the Chinwoo Wushu Championship 2014, an international Wushu competition organised by the Chinwoo Athletic Association Selangor & Kuala Lumpur.
Even though it was their first time competing in a foreign country, all three students have performed well!
Under the C Division (under 15 years old) category, Shinn emerged Champion (out of 6 participants) in the 4 Duan Qiangshu event and 1st Runner-Up (out of 80 participants) in the 3 Duan Changquan event!
Ryane achieved 5th Position (out of 15 participants) and 6th Position (out of 35 participants) in the 4 Duan Gunshu and 4 Duan Daoshu events respectively whereas Ninn achieved 18th Position (out of 50 participants) in the 3 Duan Changquan event.
After months of training, all the time, effort and commitment of the Martial House participants were finally paid off during the National Day Parade (NDP) 2014!
Martial House and the National Cadet Corps were involved in “Act 4 – Be It!” of NDP which required the participants to form the Lion Head symbol at the end of the performance act. It was definitely a challenging task and the execution would not be possible without the planning and coordination of our talented and capable choreographers, Gordon Choy & Wan GuangYao Eric!
The lion head symbolises courage, strength and excellence, as well as resilience in the face of challenges. These are the values Martial House aims to instill in students.
If you have missed the performance by Martial House during this year’s NDP, click here to view the performance from 2:13:55 to 2:19:05.
The next major performance which Martial House will be involved is Chingay 2015! If you are interested to participate in this massive street parade, kindly email your name, NRIC number and contact number to [email protected]martialhouse.com.
This tournament is part of the culture and education programme by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). It will be during the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games (YOG)!
Zoe will be competing in the 3rd International Changquan, Daoshu & Gunshu events.
All the best to the Team Singapore athletes!