Dear all, As promised, a quick run-down of my Zoom call with 'FightHero' (who introduced himself as Jay over webcam). Apologies as this is probably quite superficial as I'm not the most experienced martial artist myself (blue belt BJJ; ~2 years training). Physical Demonstrations Jay demonstrated what looked like some sort of palm strike on a wooden block, which appeared to shatter into a thousand pieces. He then showed what he described as a 'phoenix eye' strike, which he used to instantly crumple what looked like a can of Coke. Not particularly convinced. Jay then performed some 'Yang style Tai Chi', which to the untrained eye looked fairly impressive, then practising what he called a 'qigong set', explaining some of the positions along the way. Jay's demonstration finished with quite an interesting weapon set with a Tao and a katana, which looked flashy but not necessarily very practical. Meditative Demonstrations Using a fishing rod, Jay demonstrated a meditative technique where he "invoked the humble origins of Monk Wong" in order to enter a deep trance-like mental state. Outcomes The physical demonstrations looked, to an enthusiast, quite impressive, but I wasn't convinced. I just didn't see any potential practical usage there. I was actually really taken (unexpectedly so) by the meditative components of the demonstration, and Jay has offered me a Monk Wong bamboo fishing rod, which I purchased from him using Google Play gift cards. I look forward to receiving my rod, which is accompanied by meditation form instructions apparently carved into an okiyo-e by none other than Monk Wong himself.