Algunos enlaces en español

I’ve been brushing up on my Spanish lately, which has led me to a couple of interesting karate sites in that language.

Mundo Karate Blog Este pagina contiene una abundancia de buen informaccion en espanol: un descripción de Motobu ryu (de Choyu, no Choki) con videos acompañamientos; un video excellente que presenta los hermanos Shinjos, una biografía de Yamaguchi Gogen, acompañar de dos videos interesantes; una traducción de las actas de el 1936 reunión de los maestros; una traducción de los “Diez Preceptos del Maestro Itosu”; una biografía de Yuchoku Higa; y por último, una entrevista con Morio Higaonna.

This site has a wealth of good information en español: a description of  Motobu Ryu (of Choyu, not Choki) with accompanying video clips, an excellent Uechi clip featuring the Shinjo brothers, a biography of Yamaguchi Gogen accompanied by two interesting video clips,  a Spanish translation of the  minutes from the 1936 Meeting of the Masters, a Spanish translation of “Itosu’s Ten Precepts”, a biography of Yuchoku Higa, and finally, an interview with Morio Higaonna.

The Ryubukan Dojo Blog– Esta entrada presenta la busca del su autor para mas informaccion sobre Go Kenki y suyo influencia dentro de Shito Ryu, seguido de una resumen de la historia de suyo actividades en los circulos de karate Okinawa. Una biografia corta de Kanryo Higaonna lo sigue. Sin embargo, el elemente mas interesante es una foto de los estudiantes de Go Kenki en varios kamae, cuale son mismos de las posturas en el Bubishi, y son analogos a las secuencias en los versiones de Sanchin/Sam Chien de China sureño.

This entry features the author’s search for more information regarding Go Kenki and his influence on Shito Ryu, followed by a review of the available history of Go Kenki’s activities in the Okinawan karate scene. A short biography of Kanryo Higaonna follows. However, the most interesting find on this page is a photograph of three of (purportedly) Go Kenki’s students in various kamae that are straight out of the illustrations found in the Bubishi, and are analogous to sequences of Southern Chinese versions of sanchin/Sam Chien.

¡Ojala que disfrutes estos enlaces!

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One response to “Algunos enlaces en español

  1. use babel.altavista.com to translate or translate.google.com.

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