Kung Fu Trip 2018

November 17, 2018

Another great adventure and a trip to Hong Kong and China. In this year’s (2018) Kung Fu Trip , Loong Fu Martial Arts team had a blast, travelling from London to Hong Kong and to Southern China for two weeks. A team of 18, the youngest member of our team was only 4/5 months old and eldest 70 years old.

This was  another amazing trip filled with experiences and adventures  that will last a life-time. To say it was a great trip is probably a very modest understatement. For most it was their first trip to Hong Kong, so naturally we packed-in so much and did as much as we can possibly do throughout the trip, from entering two Kung Fu competitions in China to training and learning everyday to taking in the amazing sights and enjoying the local food and hospitality.  The two weeks whizzed by in no time.

We returned with so much more than we can hope for; experiences, friendships and adventures that will last a lifetime. We entered two International Kung Fu Tournaments – The 3rd World Hung Kuen Competition and The Warrior Cup. We brought back home:

17 – GOLD Medals
14 – SILVER Medals
6 – BRONZE Medals
 
We cant wait for the next trip. Here are some photos from our trip.

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