YMAA is covered in Boston Globe Article



The master's next move

A local kung fu legend aims to take the study of martial arts to a higher level

By Kevin Galvin, Globe Staff August 16, 2005

An ancient Chinese proverb holds that boasting about wealth or virtue will bring your demise.

. . . Maybe that explains why one of the top martial artists in America has operated in Forest Hills for two decades without attracting much attention around town.

Inside Kung-Fu magazine inducted Yang, Jwing-Ming into its Hall of Fame in 1990, calling him ''one of the most respected kung fu practitioners in the world." His Yang Martial Arts Association has 60 affiliated schools in 17 countries, from Argentina to Poland to Iran. In 1984 he founded YMAA Publication Center, which has since published two dozen martial arts authors.

. . . read the entire article at the Boston Globe at:

http://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/articles/2005/08/16/the_masters_next_move/?page=1






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