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Dave's BLOG | Kung Fu and... Skip to content Dave's BLOG Kung Fu and… Menu and widgets Sign-up to receive new posts via: email Social Media… View david.courtneyjones.7’s profile on Facebook View @kungfuand’s profile on Twitter View DavidCourtneyJones’s profile on LinkedIn Recent Posts Getting my Black Sash March 17, 2017 Back to China (2016) December 11, 2016 A Rare Kind of Person June 30, 2016 I ain’t getting on no boat, fool! May 5, 2016 If a Woodchuck could… April 15, 2016 Info Who is Dave? Categories Advice for Parents (6) Culture (4) Engineering (1) Engineering your Kung Fu (9) Me (13) Training Advice (17) Wellbeing (4) Follow me on TwitterMy Tweets Recent Comments Rainer on If a Woodchuck could… Marilyn on If a Woodchuck could… Anna on Life Imitates Art Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress.org Getting my Black Sash Sometime in early February I was asked at the end of one of my Children’s Kung Fu Classes about the different colour sashes that we have in FWC. I explained about the Green Sashes being for children, then the Red and Yellow sashes for adults, for the Hard and Soft Styles respectively. Then I explained about the Blue Sash being for Instructors. Lastly, I explained, there is the legendary Black Sash. I also explained that I had no idea how one of those was earned, and having trained for around 28 years, they were not easily come by, as I was still a Blue Sash. Could I detect a feeling of being ever-so-slightly underwhelmed in the room, or was it just me? The instructors like to tell only slightly exaggerated stories of the very rare occasions when our Chief Instructor, Dennis Ngo, set impossible tasks of great skill or daring in exchange for which we would receive a Black Sash. But none of us had ever been up to the task, and so Blue Sashes we remained. How we celebrate when in Egypt! But, only a couple of weeks after that class, during the latest Instructor Camp in Egypt at the end of February, Dennis turned to me during lunch one day and said, “By the way, Dave, you have earned your Black Sash.” And last Sunday, during class, like a beginner receiving my Red Sash for the first time, Dennis tied my Black Sash around my waist. So, after 28 years of learning Fujian White Crane Kung Fu, and 16 years of teaching it as my sole profession, I have finally achieved the legendary FWC Black Sash. How does it feel? It is, in short, the culmination of my life’s work. It is my reward for my perseverance and resilience, for training every day for 28 years, and for keeping going through trial after trial when I have watched so many others around me give up and take their journey elsewhere. It means more to me than the Gold medals I have won in China, and the National titles I have won in the UK. It means more than getting my degree or becoming a Chartered Engineer. Ok, it’s hard to see a black sash when it’s worn over black trousers and a black t-shirt… It feels amazing! But I also feel the weight of the responsibility that I have taken on. Because I know that the bar has been raised very high, and because I’m not just a Blue Sash any more. So am I good enough now? Yes? Er, No. While my sash might be legendary, there are other bits which are still lagging behind a bit. It turns out that there’s much more life’s work to be done. It’s back to basics again. Must get my walking stance better. Still can’t do my crane blocks quite the way I’d like. Punches need some refinement too. Off we go, then… Found this interesting? Please share it! Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Posted on March 17, 2017March 17, 2017Categories MeLeave a comment on Getting my Black Sash Back to China (2016) This summer my main focus has been my preparation for the 2016 International South Shaolin Wu Chu Chuan and Traditional Martial Arts Competition in China. I attended the same competition three years ago in Quanzhou, and I won a Gold Medal for my Horse-Cutting Knife form, plus two Silver Medals, for my Tiger Leaves its Den, and Broadsword forms. So I have been absolutely determined to go back and win Gold again. No pressure! Want to know how it all went? Here it is, in diary form. Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th November Having been to China something like six times before, it’s all very much business as normal. We depart Heathrow at 8.30 on Tuesday evening, the flight is around eleven hours, in theory overnight, so I should be able to sleep well, but, of course the economy seats aren’t that comfortable, even on Cathay Pacific. So I have my eyes closed for around six hours. I definitely sleep for at least four. I watch two and a half movies. I have two meals. The interesting bits are before the flight – Kerry’s car breaks down on the way to work on Tuesday morning, and in the end she has to take a day’s annual leave as she is stranded, and I am (unusually, honest!) unable to really help as I’m packing, and I need to go shopping for some emergency supplies. I keep getting calls and texts from her – but I’m mostly useless, apart from being able to find phone and policy numbers for her. In the end, all sorted, and Kerry and the car are reunited in working order by about 6pm. Phew! And, for the first time, my Horse-Cutting Knife is returning to its country of birth, as I will be competing with it this time, and then I don’t have to rely on borrowing one from our hosts. I do get some strange looks, though, as I carry it in its bag through the airport. Just look confident. In the end, it’s all wrapped up in packing film by a man who needs to be persuaded that he really can wrap up our bundle of Classical Chinese weapons. Perhaps it’s the unusual shape. In the end I have to point at a sign he has on display which states that he can wrap any kind of luggage – this seems to do the trick. He manages to not even look that worried when the point of Danil’s spear comes right through the end of the bag as we are wrapping. All in a day’s work. Then we’re in Hong Kong. Our connecting flight is delayed, so what should have been quite a tight transfer is now quite relaxed, and we have plenty of time for the traditional beef noodles (even if you’re not having beef noodles). The first taste of proper Chinese food is fantastic. The internal flight is from Hong Kong to Xiamen. Whereas the passengers on the international flight are quite racially diverse, this flight is almost completely ethnic Chinese. There is a definite feeling of heading deeper into mainland China. The adventure begins! After we are reunited with our bags and bundle of weapons, there is a ninety-minute bus ride to Quanzhou. I fall asleep on the bus despite my intention not to – I was hoping to stay awake so that I sleep well tonight. We finally arrive at the Quanzhou Overseas Chinese Hotel at around 10.30pm on Wednesday. We qui...

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