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Wushu in Singapore

Warrior Monks Of Shaolin Temple
DENGFENG, CHINA - APRIL 7: A warrior monk of Shaolin Temple practises kung fu skills during a training session at the temple on April 7, 2005 in Dengfeng, Henan Province, China. Shaolin Temple was built in AD 495 in the period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties (420-581) and located in the Songshan Mountain area, is the birthplace of the Shaolin Kung Fu. Shaolin kung fu, with its incredible strength, vitality and flexibility, is expecting to be included in the UNESCO intangible heritage list. (Photo by Cancan Chu/Getty Images)

Singapore Wushu Dragon & Lion Dance Federation

The official national governing body of wushu in Singapore is the Singapore Wushu Dragon and Lion Dance Federation, interchangeably known as the Singapore National Federation of Wushu. It was established on February 3, 1967, as the Singapore National Pugilistic Federation.
Braddell Heights Community Club, 50 Serangoon Ave 2 #04-01, Singapore 556129

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Bafang Wushu Training Centre

The Bafang Wushu Centre is led by Master Ge Chunyan who started her martial arts career at a young age as a member of the elite Beijing Wushu team. She is an Eight duan Wushu coach and had previously also coached the Beijing Wushu Team.
Blk 65A Marine Drive (Marine Parade Road)  Singapore

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Elite Wushu

Elitewushu Fitness & Sports, since 2004, is set up specially dedicated to budding local wushu talents. A passionate strong team of wushu elites, all experts in their respective forms of the art, looks to share their expertise in wushu through coaching and exchanging of pointers. In addition, we serve to extend the art and morality behind wushu to students by formulating customized programs to suit the needs of each and every participating school or community.
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Jing Wushu Academy

Jing Wushu Academy aims to promote traditional Wu-Style Taichi for a healthier lifestyle in Singapore. The school strongly believes that Respect and Humility plays an important role in all martial arts learning, and is a key to harmonious living and gracious society. The school does not engage in any competitions or wushu performances and do not have any fanciful uniforms or weapons. We focus on learning the essence of Traditional Wu Taichi 108, exploring every move, and appreciating its tremendous health benefits.
462 Crawford Lane #02-43, Singapore 190462

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Martial House

Martial House has been promoting Wushu as a fun, healthy sport and the cultural art, values, benefits, and character growth to the masses in many schools, communities, and clubs.
Head Office | 115 Eunos Avenue 3 #05-02 Singapore 409839
Training Branch Geylang | 23 Lorong 29 Geylang #05-01 Singapore 388072

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Shaolin Club

Shaolin Club was established in 2011 by founder Guo Zhifeng. The only master in the club and a wushu coach to more than 200 students, he learned the martial art at Shaolin Temple. He has been practicing the art for more than 30 years, with more than 15 years of experience as a wushu coach.

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Shaolin Kung Fu Studio

As a traditional Shaolin Kung Fu studio, we teach students from around the world in all different styles of Chinese Kung Fu. From beginner level stances to advance self-defense techniques, we gladly invite you to learn Kung Fu from our highly distinguished Shaolin Master.
299 River Valley road, Teo Yeonh Huai Kuan, Singapore 238340

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Sino Wushu

The sport of wushu builds strong and healthy bodies, it also helps students to understand more Chinese culture at the same time strive to improve their agility, confidence, determination, endurance, perseverance, teamwork, and leadership.
37 Jalan Pemimpin #08-09/10 Singapore 577177

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Singapore Premium Wushu Kungfu Kuntao and Fitness Training Centre. Taichokun is traditional martial art, originating from ancient China. The martial art has been practiced in continuity for a thousand years.
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Wan Wu Sports and Martial Arts Academy

Wan Wu Sports and Martial Arts Academy started out in April 2007 and we aim to provide a One-Stop Provider for all kinds of Martial Arts Equipments, Training Aids, and Professional Coaching Services. We have been providing Martial Arts (Wushu), San Da (combat kickboxing
/k-combat), Tai Ji Quan (Tai Chi), Self Defence, and sports events to primary and secondary schools.
11 Woodlands Close #08-43

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Wufang Singapore

Established in 2005, Wufang Singapore empowers children and adults to develop discipline, focus, and resilience through Wushu and fitness training. Wufang Singapore was founded by Vincent Ng, a World Wushu Champion, 3-time SEA Games Gold Medallist, and a Wushu icon of Singapore. To date, Wufang Singapore has inspired more than 10,000 students both young and old to practice Wushu.
THE YARDS, 404 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 428083

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Xin Ying Wushu

Xin Ying Wushu Training Centre was founded in 1993 by former National Athlete and International Medalist Tan Mui Buay to focus on promoting both Competition and Traditional wushu in Singapore.
Blk 261, Waterloo Street, #04-23 Singapore, Singapore 180261

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Xuan Sports

Based in Singapore, Xuan Sports provides courses in Wushu, Taiji & Lion/Dragon Dance. Our courses range from that for beginners to competitive athletes.
10 Science Centre Road #01-22 Singapore, Singapore 609079

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