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TV Preview: An Idiot Abroad: Karl Pilkington and The All Right Wall of China

Karl Pilkington reluctantly visits the Seven Wonders, starting with The All Right Wall of China. Read More »

DVD Review: Inside Bassai Dai

Analyzing Shotokan's Bassai Dai from a Kung Fu perspective! Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Ip Man

Looking for a historical biopic about martial arts master Yip Man? Well, you might want to look somewhere else. Read More »

Book Review: Beyond Kung Fu: Breaking an Opponent’s Power Through Relaxed Tension by Leo T. Fong

The state of relaxed tension is the best way to face any conflict. Read More »

Movie Review: The Karate Kid (2010)

Very good film, much better than I ever expected. Read More »

Movie Review: The Karate Kid (2010)

The Fresh Prince's kid crowns himself the new Karate Kid while Jackie Chans finally finds a stateside comeback. Read More »

Movie Review: The Karate Kid (2010)

A satisfying and entertaining two hours – and a wonderful showcase for rising star Jaden Smith. Read More »

DVD Review: The Spy Next Door

Jackie Chan is a nice fit for a kids movie, but The Spy Next Door doesn't exactly do him justice. Read More »

Book Review: Ultimate Guide to Tai Chi and Tai Chi as a Path to Wisdom

While yoga thrives in chic locations, tai chi devotees work their unheralded art form to great benefit. Read More »

DVD Review: Volume Two – Practical Tactical Impact and Edged Weapons

Learn how to use the tactical pen, knife, and baton in a self-defense setting. Read More »