Yesterday was the last day of the 28th SEA Games Wushu competition and the athletes from Team Singapore have performed outstandingly well by attaining a total of 2 Gold & 2 Silver medals! The medallists for day 3 are: Women’s Optional Taijijian Valerie Wee Ling En – Silver Men’s Optional Taijiquan Lee Tze Yuan – Gold Men’s Compulsory Taijiquan Samuel Tan Wei Han – Silver Men’s Duel Event – Barehand Fung Jin Jie, Tan Xiang Tian & Tay Wei Sheng – Gold Clik here to view the results of the competition. As such, the Wushu competition of the 28th SEA Games has concluded with Singapore topping the medal standings with a grand total of 6 Gold, 3 Silver & 3 Bronze medals! It was definitely an emotional night for all the athletes who have trained hard for the months. It is no wonder that team captain, Lee Tze Yuan teared during the victory ceremony. Once again, congratulations to all athletes! Wushu Daze would like to make a special dedication to Team Singapore Wushu athlete, Fung Hui Xin. Just one week before the competition, Hui Xin tore an anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee. As such, she could not compete in all four of her events, including the Women’s Duel Event – Weapons, in this SEA Games. Let’s all wish Hui Xin a speedy recovery and look forward to her return back on the Wushu arena again soon! Catch day 3 of the Wushu competition on YouTube via Sport Singapore channel. Part 1: https://youtube.com/watch?v=vQg0UOfDk0A Part 2: https://youtube.com/watch?v=zxqUfupmgVU
Team Singapore has attained 1 Gold & 2 Bronze medals in day 2 of the 28th SEA Games Wushu competition! The medals came from: Women’s Optional Changquan Zoe Mui Wei Ting – Gold Men’s Optional Cudgel Yong Yi Xiang – Bronze Men’s Sanda – 65kg Lin Yiqiang – Bronze Well done and congratulations to the athletes especially the Martial House Stars, Zoe and Yi Xiang for attaining their second medal in the Games! Click here to view the full results. Both Martial House athletes, along with Samuel Tan and Yap Zheng Yan (Team Malaysia), will be competing in their last individual events tomorrow. All the best! Singapore is still leading in the medal standings for Wushu with 4 Gold, 1 Silver & 3 Bronze medals after day 2 of the competition. Anyway, did you spot the posters of our athletes by Martial House? If you missed day 2 of the Wushu competition, catch all the action via YouTube below. Part 1: http://youtu.be/vEulLRmSwLI Part 2: http://youtu.be/VyIN55HK35I
Source: Singapore Wushu Dragon & Lion Dance Federation (SWDLDF) Facebook Page The Wushu athletes from the Team Singapore have been training intensively, hoping to do Singapore proud in the Wushu competition of the upcoming 28th SEA Games 2015. The Wushu competition will be held at Singapore EXPO Hall 2 from 6 June 2015 to 8 June 2015. The list of Wushu athletes representing Team Singapore are: Women’s Optional Taijiquan Tan Yan Ning Vera Wee Ling En Valerie Men’s Optional Taijiquan Lee Tze Yuan Women’s Optional Taijijian Tan Yan Ning Vera Wee Ling En Valerie Men’s Optional Taijijian Tan Wei Han Samuel Lee Tze Yuan Women’s Optional Changquan Mui Wei Ting Zoe Fung Hui Xin Men’s Optional Changquan Yong Yi Xiang Tay Wei Sheng Men’s Optional Broadsword Yong Yi Xiang Lim Si Wei Women’s Optional Straight Sword Fung Hui Xin Men’s Optional Cudgel Yong Yi Xiang Fung Jin Jie Women’s Optional Spear Mui Wei Ting Zoe Fung Hui Xin Women’s Optional Nan Quan + Nan Dao Sin Min Li Men’s Optional Nan Quan + Nan Gun Tan Xiang Tian Women’s Duel Event – Weapons Mui Wei Ting Zoe Fung Hui Xin Sin Min Li Men’s Duel Event – Weapons Jesse Colin Adalia Lee Zhe Xuan Lim Si Wei Men’s Duel Event – Barehand Fung Jin Jie Tay Wei Sheng Tan Xiang Tian Women’s Compulsory Taijiquan Ho Lin Ying Tan Yan Ning Vera Men’s Compulsory Taijiquan Tan Wei Han Samuel Lee Tze Yan Men’s Sanda – 60kg Lee Aik Hong Men’s Sanda – 65kg Lin Yiqiang Source: The Straits Times Click here for the schedule of the competition. Citing from a Lianhe Zaobao article published on 23 May 2015, the SWDLDF is targeting to achieve at least 3 gold medals from the Wushu competition of the upcoming 28th SEA Games 2015. The article also featured Martial House Star, Samuel Tan, who will be representing Team Singapore in the Men’s Compulsory Taijiquan & Men’s Optional Taijijian events. As we are 11 days away from the SEA Games, Martial House & Wushu Daze would like to wish all Team Singapore athletes the best of luck and all the best!
Martial House is proud to announce that a total of 6 Martial House Stars will be participating in the Wushu competition of the upcoming 28th SEA Games 2015! They are: Team Singapore Yong Yi Xiang Men’s Optional Changquan Men’s Optional Broadsword Men’s Optional Cudgel Sin Min Li Emily Women’s Optional Nanquan + Nandao Women’s Duel Event – Weapons Ho Lin Ying Women’s Compulsory Taijiquan Mui Wei Ting Zoe Women’s Optional Changquan Women’s Optional Spear Women’s Duel Event – Weapons Tan Wei Han Samuel Men’s Compulsory Taijiquan Men’s Optional Taijijian Team Malaysia Yap Zheng Yan Men’s Optional Broadsword Men’s Optional Cudgel The Wushu competition will be held at Singapore EXPO Hall 2 from 6 June 2015 to 8 June 2015. Click here for the schedule of the competition. 8 more days to the long awaited 28th SEA Games! All the best to the Martial House Stars! Martial House will be organizing a Learning Journey to the 28th SEA Games Wushu competition for students attending the following classes at Martial House @ Katong (Studio): Saturday S4: 1.00pm – 2.30pm S8: 7.00pm – 8.30pm Sunday SU4: 1.00pm – 2.30pm SU5: 2.30pm – 4.00pm Monday M8: 7.00pm – 8.30pm For more information, feel free to approach the coaches-in-charge of the above mentioned training sessions. P.S. All the tickets for the Wushu competition which Martial House has bought through bulk purchase are sold out.
Did you manage to catch Martial House Stars, Ho Lin Ying & Samuel Tan on the “live” telecast of the SPD Charity Show 2015 last night? Both Team Singapore athletes were involved in a performance together with MediaCorp artiste, Desmond Tan and SPD beneficiary, Samuel Lim. The World Wushu Championships Gold & Silver medalists displayed a synchronized Taiji routine as Samuel Lim played a smooth music piece with the “guzheng”, a traditional Chinese instrument. Following, as the music became more intense, Desmond Tan, one of the 8 Dukes of Caldecott Hill, made his appearance and executed a “nandao” routine which impressed the audiences! Credit goes to Martial House Coach Kevan Cheah for the choreography! Martial House is thankful for the opportunity to contribute back to society and is grateful that SPD managed to raise a total of $4.8 million! Click here to read the article on xinmsn. If you did not manage to catch the “live” telecast of the SPD Charity Show, fret not as MediaCorp Channel 8 will be broadcasting the repeat telecast on 29 March 2015, Sunday, from 3.30pm to 6.30pm. Donation hotlines will open till 30 March 2015.
Previously, it was revealed that Martial House Coach & SEA Games Gold Medalist, Kevan Cheah, was helping MediaCorp artiste, Desmond Tan in a choreography for an upcoming performance. The performance is for the upcoming SPD Charity Show 2015! https://youtube.com/watch?v=d-1XOiUHc1E Desmond will be collaborating with SPD beneficiary, Samuel, who will be playing the traditional Chinese instrument, guzheng as mentioned on xinmsn. In the latest update, Martial House Stars & Team Singapore athletes, Ho Lin Ying & Samuel Tan have been included in the performance as well! So do keep a look out for them tomorrow, 22 March 2015, Sunday, from 7.00pm to 10.00pm, on MediaCorp Channel 8!
https://youtube.com/watch?v=IHZTudjpFtA Here are two short videos taken during the sharing session by Martial House Stars & Team Singapore athletes Emily Sin & Samuel Tan at Victoria School. In the videos, Emily did a demonstration on how to “shout” fiercely in Nanquan routines and Samuel shared some tips on how to train to impress with your Taiji “kong tui”! https://youtube.com/watch?v=moSB19WAz50 Hopefully, the Nanquan & Taijiquan participants of the upcoming National Inter-School Wushu Championships 2015 find the above video useful. Good luck and all the best to all participants!
On 16 March 2015, two Martial House Stars & Team Singapore athletes, Emily Sin & Samuel Tan were invited to attend a sharing session with the Victoria School (VS) Wushu Team! During the one-hour session, both athletes shared their valuable knowledge and experience with the students. Students asked them a variety of questions ranging from Wushu techniques to time management. As the National Inter-School Wushu Championships 2015 is just around the corner, questions pertaining to stress management was popular among students. Hence, the World Wushu Championships medalists shared their own unique ways of calming their nerves. For instance, Emily will drink a cup of coffee before any competition whereas Samuel will always face a blank wall before his turn. Before the session ended, both athletes gave the Victorians final words of encouragement to motivate them to perform to their fullest potential in the upcoming competition! It was indeed a great pleasure to have both Emily & Samuel at VS! Let’s wish both them all the best in the upcoming SEA Games!
The results of the 2014 Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (GCE ‘A’ Level) Examination was released on 2 March 2015, Monday. Martial House Star & Team Singapore Wushu athlete, Samuel Tan has performed well by attaining a total of 6 ‘A’s! Samuel was also featured in the 2 March 2015 edition of the Chinese newspaper, Shin Min Daily News for his outstanding performance! In the article, Samuel shared about the challenges faced juggling both Wushu and studies. Also, he shared about his aspirations for the upcoming Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in June. Well done Samuel! I believe your parents are extremely proud of you and you are definitely an inspiration and a role model to many! Martial House & Wushu Daze wish you a speedy recovery and all the best for the upcoming SEA Games!