Hoje foi o encerramento do ano para os núcleos da MYVT do Clã Moy Jo Lei Ou. Nos reunimos para tomar café no Dona Chica, um dos restaurantes de nosso novo endereço no Condomínio O2 Offices. Após o café visitamos o Mo Gun e Si Fu entregou os nomes Kung Fu de Pedro Oliveira e … Continue lendo Um caminho de leveza
One of the good things about the last Barra Branch's moving was the access to more open areas. I walked with Si Fu in his condominium (right next to Mo Gun) while we talked about management. Can you see the path in the photo above? That's what Si Fu asked me. I was able to … Continue lendo Same way, a new path.
Integrated Meetings Two years ago we were establishing the Moy Yat Ving Tsun Integrated Management in the Barra Branch, under the leadership of my Si Fu, Master Julio Camacho. At that moment, we're still using a portuguese name, since we didn't imagine the internationalization coming. This black and white photo, by my Si Hing Thiago … Continue lendo Integrated Meetings
Niklas Corrêa comes to Brasil Niklas Correa is one of Master Julio Camacho's disciples who don't live in Brazil. I think of his story as a great example of the Moy Jo Lei Ou Family's Kung Fu. I became a disciple together with him. Being my Si Hing (elder brother), he was the first to … Continue lendo Niklas Corrêa comes to Brasil
I remember a Saturday morning when I met Si Fu at his house. I was touched by something he said as we walked to the breakfast. Si Fu explained to me that when he assigns a role to someone, he chooses a person who has a skill he don't have. Thus, in addition to being able to perform … Continue lendo Master Júlio Camacho’s management style
Quando me dei conta, estava andando junto às pessoas mais estranhas. No meio das artes marciais há muitos estereótipos. Seja na forma de falar, no tipo físico ou nas vestimentas, não é muito difícil identificar os tipos de praticantes de artes marciais. Claro que é injusto que isso fique apenas na conta de um só … Continue lendo Primeiras impressões