CJUR INTERNATIONAL: 1st International Seminar on the Right to the City, Right to Sport Wing Chun Puebla 2017

CJUR INTERNATIONAL: 1st International Seminar on the Right to the City, Right to Sport Wing Chun Puebla 2017

From December 14th to 16th, 2017, Puebla city will meet the Association of Urbanistic Jurisprudence and the Traditional Ip Man Wing Chun International Association, in order to carry out the First International Seminar on the Right to the City, Right to Sport Wing Chun Puebla 2017.

On this occasion, for the first time there will be an event associated with the right to the city, the right to sport, health and recreation with a group for children selected by the government of the Puebla State.

The aim is to promoter the New Urban Agenda through the practice of the sport in public spaces by children ages 9 to 15 years, and sow in them the awareness of their rights to the city.

Who lead this event are Pablo Aguilar, president of CJUR International and the Si Fu Martin Kusuma, president of the Traditional Ip Man Wing Chun International Association.

Prior to this, on November 17th 2017, as many as 100 people from various background have gathered in Haris Hotel & Residences, Bali, as attendees to the International Wing Chun Seminar, the speaker was Si Fu Siu Yuk Men.

The event continued on November 18th, where 300 participants from 20 provinces in Indonesia, as well as 5 representatives of Wing Chun Malaysia, joined in Indonesia Wing Chun Championship. Indonesia Wing Chun Championship was supported by the Ministry of Sport Indonesia, the Indonesia Sport National Committee, and Ving Tsun Athletic Association Hong Kong.

During the past decade, Wing Chun has going through a growth spurt throughout the world, including in Indonesia. Many theorised the reasons of this growth, for example, the effectiveness and the efficiency of Wing Chun as close range martial arts.

In the Traditional Ip Man Wing Chun International Association believe that the reason of Wing Chun’s popularity is due to its nature to Human Rights. In turn, everyone who learns the philosophy of Wing Chun: to serve the society and respect the elders, be united and avoid conflict, and use martial art skills for the good of humanity.

Wing Chun Indonesia is an excellent case study of how Wing Chun is related to Human Rights and may contribute to the overall growth of one’s personality and one’s approach to their society.

Adopting the philosophy of Wing Chun, TIMWC Indonesia has a mission to teach Wing Chun to everyone, regardless of gender, age and social status.

CJUR International in accordance to Wing Chun philosophy, each practitioner learns to accept each other differences and to learn open-mindedness and tolerance.

So, CJUR International and Traditional Ip Man Wing Chun International Association believe that whoever learns Wing Chun will inherit new insights on life and rights of human being, such as wisdom and justice, equality of right, harmony and welfare.


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