On 27 February 2016, De Wu Pugilistic Association conducted its first belt grading examination of the year. More than 120 students across the various training locations in Singapore, including community centres and schools, gathered at MHQ for the examination. With more than 30 years of establishment, the belt grading system serves as a benchmark for students to set and achieve progressive targets throughout the learning journey. Students who passed the belt grading examination will be awarded with certificates of promotion and proceed on to further improve their skills and learn the next set of required routines for the next belt level, motivating them to reach higher goals. This further enhances the Wushu skills and knowledge of students and encourages them to be more proactive in their learning. Martial House and De Wu Pugilistic Association would like to congratulate all students for completing the examination! Continue to train hard to advance to higher belt levels and at the same time, play a part to promote Wushu as a cultural art and sport across generations!