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White Crane Gongfu

While Taiwan is home to some fantastic martial arts traditions, newer and less traditional martial arts are also growing strong. From tai chi chuan to Brazilian jujitsu, this is the forum for fighters!

White Crane Gongfu

Postby shifu » 02 Nov 2010, 09:47

Hello all,

My name is Ron Goninan (師父的荣戈尼南) and I am based in Australia. I am seeking to link up with Taiwanese White Crane 白鶴拳 Gongfu stylists for the sake of promoting White Crane, exchanging resources and friendship.

My direct email is:

I would welcome hearing from anyone who can assist me in this aim.

師父的荣戈尼南 Shifu Ron Goninan

Chairman / Director


White Crane Research Institute

Shifu Degree - China

Member: YongChunYiYunWushu Society, China

Martial Arts Industry Association

Baihe~An Wushu Guan: 9 Short Street

Wellington. NSW. 2820


Ph/Fax (02) 68452846

Web Site:

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