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  • Shaolin Hua Nan Wushu Guan (Shaolin Wahnam Kungfu Institute)

    Hua means: flowery, showy, magnificent, splendid, China. It is also a character from Sigung Lai Chin Wah's name.

    Nan means "south." It is also a character from Sigung Ho Fatt Nam's name.

    Wu shows “stopping” (lower left) the “lances” (upper right) meaning: military, martial.

    Shu: shows “proceed” (with a phonetic in the middle) and means: road, method, technique.

    Wushu together means “martial art.”

    Guan shows “food” (left) for “officials” (right) and means: gueshouse, consulate, hall.

    Put it all together (combining Mandarin and Cantonese) and you get: Shaolin Wahnam Kungfu Institute.

    Last edited by Antonius; 14 February 2003, 02:21 PM.
    Sifu Anthony Korahais
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    Thanks

    Thanks for adding the Cantonese to this one Sihing, it's of more use than that common speak you like

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