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  1. #16
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    My latest essay

    My latest essay for The Academy of Martial and Internal Arts - Becoming A Sifu.



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    Free Tai Chi & Qigong Lesson with Violet -- 12/14/20


    I come in around the 28 min mark.
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    Wizard World’s Immortal Wuxia: From Concept to Comic panel

    TUNE INTO WIZARD WORLD’S IMMORTAL WUXIA: FROM CONCEPT TO COMIC THIS SATURDAY DEC 26 4PM PST.
    I will be part of the panel alongside some of the rest of our Immortal Team: Peter Shiao, Charles Stickney and Emma Chibulu. This will be live-streamed for free on Wizard World’s Facebook, YouTube and TwitchTV.

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    I've been doing a lot of freelance writing for Den of Geek and YMAA

    I've been posting these on the forum in appropriate threads but have been lagging here.

    For Den of Geek

    I covered Warrior extensively.

    I did a lot of coverage for Cobra Kai starting before the season 3 premiered and even more after.

    Also covered Ip Man Kung Fu Master, Tarung Sarung, and Batman: Soul of the Dragon (more to come here).

    I think that's it. I've been doing a lot of work for them. It's been fun to write for pop culture.

    For YMAA, I've just got two pieces, currently posted here.

    I think that catches up this thread for now. You can always subscribe to my blog to keep up. Thanks for your support.
    Gene Ching
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    Author of Shaolin Trips
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