Karate a Filipino martial art

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  1. timawamaharlika

    timawamaharlika New Member

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    look at the blog to see what i'm saying. is karate can be an american martial art, silat or western boxing is a filipino martial art

    another example is sanshao and yaw yan
     
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  2. qazaqwe

    qazaqwe Valued Member

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    look at the blog to see what i'm saying. is karate can be an american martial art, silat or western boxing is a filipino martial art

    another example is sanshao and yaw yan[/quote]

    Why is karate american and why does the writer of the blog need to be agreed with?
     
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  3. Hannibal

    Hannibal Cry HAVOC and let slip the Dogs of War!!! Supporter

    Nope
     
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  4. Fish Of Doom

    Fish Of Doom Will : Mind : Motion Supporter

    what hannibal said
     
  5. SWC Sifu Ben

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  6. kuntaoer

    kuntaoer Valued Member

    If I may interject into this thread.. I studied a system in the Philippines called Comjuka aka combat judo karate which had influences from matsumura shorinryu and Yamaguchi Goju Ryu along with the filipino arts mixed in.. It was told straight from the onset of my training that the Japanese influences were added into it as my instructor studied both of the forementioned systems and added his own twist on things.. So technically, Comjuka Kempo is a system of filipino karate, but it also gives respect to the other Japanese systems that was part of the platform in which the system was developed from..
     
  7. shootodog

    shootodog restless native

    Come on, Han, tell us what you really think.
     
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