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Tag Archives: The Sensei

Bruce Lee’s Goddaughter, Diana Lee Inosanto, Talks About the Martial Arts Featured in Her New Film, “Sinners and Saints”

Monday, January 9th, 2012

Black Belt: What’s the name of your new movie, Diana?
Diana Lee Inosanto: [The movie is called] Sinners and Saints. It will be coming out on January 10, 2012. It’s directed by William Kaufman. My husband Ron Balicki is the co-producer and stunt choreographer.

Would you call Sinners and Saints a martial arts movie?
I would never classify
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Posted in Martial Art Movies.

Top 10 Karate Concepts Every Martial Artist Should Know

Friday, November 18th, 2011

For many practitioners, one of the most challenging components of karate training is learning the nuances of the terms used in the dojo. Any instructor can offer a one-word definition of each Japanese word, and that can certainly lessen the complexity of what’s being taught. But often a quickie translation isn’t enough to convey the
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Posted in Japanese Martial Arts, Japanese Martial Arts History, Karate.

The Man Behind Bruce Lee’s Tao of Jeet Kune Do: Gilbert Johnson

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

On the eve of Tao of Jeet Kune Do’s release, public awareness will be awakened again to the legendary man who wrote this book: Bruce Lee.  As a child, I used to call him “Uncle Bruce.”  But there was another special human being who I regard just as warmly.  And when looking closely at the Tao,
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Posted in Bruce Lee, Chinese Martial Arts, Chinese Martial Arts History, General Martial Arts History, Jeet Kune Do, Modern Martial Arts, Traditional Martial Artists, Western Martial Arts History.