A documentary by Patrick Daly about the struggle for survival of traditional art and culture in the face of a rapidly changing and modernizing world told from the perspective of time-honored Chinese Kung Fu masters.
The story explores the history, the art of Kung Fu and asks important questions about how the cultural heritage can be kept alive in a world that prefers to forget about its origins.
The sadness and tragedy conveyed in the personal stories and anecdotes of today's last surviving traditional Kung Fu masters, along with the majesty and beauty of their skills, serve as reminders of the frailty of even the deadliest of arts.
If attacked on the street you must be mentally prepared! Regardless of the variables keeping a clear mind will save your life. Your mind is your most powerful ally and you must use it to survive a dangerous encounter.
The film Shaolin .vs. Ninja, also known as Challenge Of The Ninja and Shaolin Challenges Ninja was re-released in 2008 throughout North America (and later internationally) as "Heroes of the East". It is one of the best looks at Kung Fu (Chinese martial arts) .vs. Budo (Japanese martial arts).
Modern Army Combatives- level I video
Written by Matt Larsen of the U.S Army Modern Army Combatives program, Fort Benning, GA.
Directed/Produced by: MAJ James Rawlinson, VIPER Combat camera visual presentation team, JMRC, Hohenfels Germany.
Sunday, 4:30 a.m. ET: Courtesy of Bellator, check out Toby Imadaâ€™s submission of knockout artist Jorge Masvidal. This is a rare one indeed, as it seems that Shimada won by an Inverted Triangle on his standing opponent...
TED 2006 -- Satirist Tom Rielly delivers a wicked parody of the 2006 TED conference, taking down the $100 laptop, the plight of the polar bear, and people who mention, one too many times, that they work at Harvard. Watch for a very special moment between Tom and Al Gore. Impossible to summarize, pointless to explain, ladies and gentlemen, Tom Rielly.
TED Talks -- Artist Chris Jordan shows us an arresting view of what Western culture looks like. His supersized images picture some almost unimaginable statistics -- like the astonishing number of paper cups we use every single day.