It has been more then a week. There is no direct comment from Singapore Wushu Dragon and Lion Dance Federation (SWDLF) on the issues and concern raise by many with regards to Mr Lee (43) being noticed by SWDLF to re-take his Wushu Coaching Certificate (news from OMY.sg)
Seriously, what is the role of SWDLF when it comes to certifying coaches, either Wushu, Dragon or Lion Dance? Do we really need to be certified by SWDLF in order to provide such coaching?
Remember the case of the Master being requested to retake the SWDLF Trainer Test (read it HERE [Chinese Text]).
Personally, I felt that the letter should be set-forth freely as it is the voice of Mr Lee, addressing issue, which to him is a form of disrespect.
Thanks to our co-founding member, LC, who had spoken to Mr Lee and thus this letter…
I seriously hope Mr Lee’s voice can be heard or at least spread out within the community and hopefully, some higher authority will step into and justify the behaviour from SWDLF!
The national lion dance champsionship 2009 that was held at Takashimaya was finally over. Congrates to the following team:
冠军: 新加坡顺利坛体育会 – (Champ)
亚军: 龙昆醒狮武术中心 – (1st Runner up)
季军: 威扬体育会 – (2nd Runner up)
results courtesy of member Aspire
Don’t worry much, I’m not pointing figure at you reading my post. I’m actually referring to the National Sports Association (NSA) that is the highest authority for the promotion of Wushu Sports in Singapore, which include wushu, lion dance, dragon dance, qigong, etc. etc… Objectives in unifying various wushu organizations of different schools; to promote wushu, lion dance, dragon dance and qigong; to promote physical fitness and patriotism among Singaporeans; and to develop the martial spirit.