i’m proud to be chinese gdi
never-back-down12 asked: Hi! I just found your blog and all I can say is that I really like it! I am a Taekwondo practitioner too and I really enjoy to watch blogs about Taekwondo! Keep going ! :D
Thank you, we love you like our blog and most of all the tkd. I would like to know that belt cases, as we are all partners in this beautiful game, greetings.
- Adm Brian
So, I know it’s a couple of days later but things have been absolutely hectic.
I want to express that I hope that all of our followers who are in the Boston area or who attended the Boston Marathon are okay.
I feel bad because I haven’t been able to get onto this blog to put this shout out out there because I’ve been checking in on my own friends as I’m in Massachusetts myself and know people who were in the city that day.
I will be keeping everyone in my thoughts. Even if I do not know you in person, I love all of our followers and would hate to hear that anything has happened to you.
Meaning of belt colors: red
The color red symbolizes the ripe fruit, which is the product of the hard-work done throughout time, and because of it is now “edible”.
Anonymous asked: I am a 15 year old second degree black belt, do you believe that someone so young could be as good as someone older?
I personally do believe that there is! I know that I am only a Yellow Stripe (orange belt at some schools), so I’m just beginning, but I have met black belts at all different ages. One of them is a sixteen year old and she’s able to take down full grown men twice her size during sparring and take-downs, I believe she is a second or third dan.
I believe that it’s all about the heart and effort that you put into it. It’s amazing that you’ve achieved that rank at such a young age. Don’t let anyone get you down, you’ve achieved that rank for a reason.