Discussion in 'Beginners Corner' started by Brmty2002, May 1, 2017.
Man, that is classic!
Not sure if this question already came along but about the following piece of text on the website you have in your signature:
It's a traditional Japanese style of Karate which is founded in Australia? Isn't it a traditional Australian style of Karate?
I never got any belts for my training. I really don't need the recognition. I know my own skillset and that's enough for me and the people I teach.
It's awesome. Apparently "In 1957 Reumann came home from Japan with a 4th-degree Shihan issued by Henry Slomanski." Yes, that traditional Japanese name of Slomanski
From what I've read and seen concerning GKR, "traditional" isn't really the best description, regardless of the country of origin.
Come on! You know better than that. It should be Sulomansuki san.
Separate names with a comma.