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Phase 1 of Master Douglas Wong's teaching career started in 1968, when he used his parent's garage for the headquarters of the "Chinese Physical Health Club." It was during this time that he formed his teaching methods as well as the nucleus of the Sil Lum Demonstration Team, which was officially created in May, 1973.
The school entered Phase 2 later that year, when it opened its doors to the general public. Led by co-captains James Lew and Albert Leong from May to December 1973, the school's team accumulated an astonishing 300 trophies in forms, weapons, and fighting competitions. This marked the first time on the western seaboard that a kung fu school had dominated karate competitions so completely. So effective were Wong's students, some tournament promoters asked them to demonstrate and not compete because too many other contestants were dropping out in deference to Sil Lum team's superiority.
In 1975, as a result of his study of internal chi development and the Chinese healing arts with Master Share K. Lew, Master Wong's teaching career entered Phase 3: The White Lotus System. Lessons in healing were taught along with fighting, weaponry, and forms
“What good is fashion unless it stirs up genuine emotion! Love and beauty have a magical, tranformative power.”
Sue Wong was born in the remote countryside of Communist China. At age six her Mother took a courageous leap of faith and bribed a border guard with her wedding jewels in exchange for her and her daughters freedom into Hong Kong. Journeying to the United States a year later, Sue and her Mother reunited with her Father in Los Angeles. As the daughter of struggling immigrants, Sue learned to work hard for what she wanted in life. She had a vision and was willing to do whatever it took to make her vision come true. She quickly realized that nothing comes free and its not all about money. Although money can certainly buy luxuries and can make things easier, the crucial success is the internal one. The one that resides in ones inner landscape.
Sue is a maximalist and perfectionist. Each and every piece that she designs, she invests with her utmost integrity and fierce passion. She has been able to turn her idea into an empire by never compromising on her vision and continuing to give 110 percent in everything she does. "If I have a goal and am going for it and have to endure an entire war to do so, then so be it. Either do something with 110% unwavering commitment…or don’t do it all." - Sue Wong
Ms. Wong will share her words of wisdom, here is one of them:
- Never allow other people to limit your possibilities by accepting the projections of their very own limitations onto yourself.
Back to bring his magic is country musician Douglas Briney Jr. He maintains a love for music, for his church and family. He works immeasurably hard to maintain his audience's attention and adoration. Today, I get the pleasure of chatting with him about his new projects, new songs and his new appearances on the hit show Nashville. Do not miss this one!
NFL Draft Prospect
Super Regional Invitee
J.P. Douglas QB Davidson
Quarterback J.P. Douglas is an enigma NFL Draft Prospect from Davidson. He is an invitee to the NFL Super Regional Combine (March 21-22), which is a pretty stout accomplishment for a small-school kid with relatively limited amount of film.
2013: Played in 10 games on the campaign • Ran for 80 yards on 22 carries and threw for 246 more • Completed first two pass attempts of Davidson career at Dayton (10/5) • Connected on 8 of 13 throws for 73 yards and a touchdown vs. Marist (10/19) • Threw for career-high 94 yards, completing 10-of-17 passes with one touchdown, and ran for 70 yards on 14 carries at Jacksonville (10/26).
2012 (Southern): Academic All-SWAC team.
2011 (Southern): Appeared in 10 games as a freshman, completing 95 of 189 passes for 1,282 yards and 10 touchdowns.
NFL Discussion with Marques Douglas! This NFL Veteran takes a look at the NFL Free Agency and what team faired the best. He will break down the free agency moves. And, he will talk about the moves of the NFL and the Eagles.
Ditch The Box welcomes industry expert Jason Wong to our show. Jason has accumulated 20 years of experience in the food industry. Founder and president of Asia Foods, LLC., he also has much experience in New Product Development with Roland Foods. Currently the VP of Sales at HFM FoodService, Jason's inimitable perspective, clarity, and strategic advice offers outstanding perception on the industry as a whole. He touches on a few crucial topics during the course of the episode: the 4 main grocery channels in the marketplace, the importance of balancing industry trends while pinpointing new flavor profiles, why to utilize brokers, and even explains the reasoning behind his predicted 3-5 year plan (from finished product to store shelves). Jason leaves us with his own personal experiences in dealing with one of the most prominent mass merchandisers in the industry…. WALMART. Tune in now to hear the full interview!
Music feat. Josh Woodward
Tonight, we are bringing together the co-hosts from all of our shows including "On Air with Douglas," "The Spilled Tea," "Talk Soap," and "Men Who Gossip," for a special celebration for passing 3 million listens right here on Blog Talk Radio. Scheduled to appear on air is Jarrod (Men Who Gossip), David (The Spilled Tea), Kyle (The Spilled Tea), Kelli (Talk Soap), Michael (Talk Soap), Jason (Men Who Gossip) and maybe a couple more if available.