UO Wushu has been working very hard as a team, learning more and more at each practice! Just two weeks ago, we trained with UO Alumni, Phillip Dang! We all had a wonderful time learning from Sifu Phillip and trained very hard!
We hope everyone is doing well! Thank you everyone for all your support! We really appreciate it!
We just had our final demo for the beginning of the school year! It was for the Asian Pacific Islander Welcome Event in the LLC South Performance Hall. If you missed it, make sure you check it out here:
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Thanks to everyone who has been supporting us for our first couple demos! Make sure you stay updated with us for our other demos later in the year!
We have had our first week of practice and it is going great! We hope all of you that are interested in trying Wushu out can come to our practices! Feel free to show up whenever you are able to. Just come wearing workout clothes and workout shoes and be ready to do some Wushu!
Our practice days and times are:
Monday 7:00pm-9:00pm – Gerlinger 220
Wednesday 7:00pm – 9:00pm – Gerlinger 220
Friday 5:15pm – 7:45pm – Rec Center, Multipurpose Room 1
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Hello to those checking this page out! UO Wushu team is updating this blog now starting this year! We’re still putting together parts and pieces but check back every now and then to see posts about the team from the past year and updates on how the team is doing now!
For now check out this picture of former Captains Nathan Andrus-Hughes and Ray Tsunoda at SIMAC 2014!
UO Wushu founder Daniel Wu has two new movies this fall – Tai Chi Zero/Tai Chi 0, which he helped produce, and The Man with the Iron Fists, where he plays a character named Poison Dagger.
Tai Chi Zero – the first of two movies from Daniel Wu and Stephen Fung’s studio, Diversion Pictures – follows Yang Lu Chan (Yuan Xiachao) on a journey to learn the secrets of Chen-style tai chi. It’s sillier and much more lighthearted than it sounds. The sequel, Tai Chi Hero, was released in China around the same time as Tai Chi Zero debuted in the U.S. (10/19).
The Man with the Iron Fists premieres today (11/2). The film is set in feudal China and stars a blacksmith (RZA) fighting to protect his village from various miscreants searching for treasure. Other stars include Lucy Liu, Russell Crowe, Cung Le, Byron Mann, Rick Yune, David Bautista, and Jamie Chung.
Members of UO Wushu really enjoyed Tai Chi Zero’s Portland premiere and are very excited to see The Man with the Iron Fists after tonight’s practice.