After living near Seattle for almost 8 years, I decided to get off my butt and started looking around for Kenpo/Kempo schools. I've met some good people, but today was a bit weird. I went to a place called Academy of Kempo Martial Arts for an "interview". Nice place. I was inteviewed by a person wearing a Kung Fu uniform of some type who asked me a few questions that seemed to have little to do with my past in martial arts. I asked abouth the style they taught and was told it translated as Combat Kung Fu, with a base in Moh Kempo. I though I was fairly well-educated about most of the various types of Kenpo/Kempo, and I haven't heard of this. Then I was proudly told that the Grandmaster and Master were the 23rd and 24th direct descendans of the Shaolin Temple, at which point it became hard to see, since my eyes had rolled way up into my head. I left shortly afterwards and made an appointment to visit a Shorinji Kempo club later on, and also found an interesting Kajukenbo school I'd like to check out. Does anyone know anything about this Moh Kempo and it's techniques or origins?