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The 3-Day Tong-il Moo-do Training at the National Aso Youth Friendship Center that was held from the 21st to the 23rd of November was...
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Martial Arts Federation for World Peace(MAFWP) Japan Swearing-in Ceremony of New Officers 2015, November 8 Shinjyuku, Tokyo...
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The 3rd national meeting of TMD black belts and instructors in Japan was held last Sunday, April 26th, at the Suzuka Youth Civic Center in Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture.
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The Tong Il Moo Do Phil-Japan Organization held a half-day Martial Arts philosophy seminar on July 6, 2008.
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On June 15, 2008, the Philippine Embassy in Tokyo, Japan held the Philippine Migrants Worker’s Day....
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The seminar was held from Feb. 13 to 20 at World Core Value Center at Tsuchiura, Ibaragi.
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First Tong-Il Moo-Do One day seminar at Sapporo City, Japan was held in February this year.
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On November 22nd and 23rd 2005, the second World Martial Arts Peace King Cup Open Tournament was held at the Chiba Port Arena, Japan.
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The World TIMD Japan with UMAI (Unified Martial Arts International, a newly organized group in Tokyo by the Philippine community)...
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On April 24, there was the annual joint martial arts demonstration at the campus of Waseda University....
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The 5th TIMD Workshop in Japan was held from Feb. 8th to 15th at Tsuchiura training center in Japan with 17 participants including 8 black belts from Japan and Philippine.
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For the purpose of witnessing to international community in Tokyo area, an early Christmas Party is held on December 7, 2003.....
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Six students were promoted to a higher belt after seven months of training. The test was given by Master Takamitsu Hoshiko last November 9, 2003....
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The seminar was held in our Tong-Il Moo-Do dojang in Tsuchiura, Ibaragi from September 21st to 28th , 2003.....
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In April 13, 2003, the TIMD Demonstration was held during the Opening Ceremony of Tsuchiura New Training Center....
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The workshop was held from Feb. 10 to 17. Because of the exam period of the universities, 4 students couldn't attend and only 11 could.
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The workshop was held from Sept. 22 to 29 at Izu Seminar House in Shizuoka.....
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The training was 3 hours in the morning, 3 hours in the afternoon everyday from April 29th to May 5th. ....
TONG-IL MOO DO JOINED THE PHILIPPINE MIGRANTS WORKERS DAY AND 110TH PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS IN TOKYO, JAPAN.

On June 15, 2008, the Philippine Embassy in Tokyo, Japan held the Philippine Migrants Worker’s Day and 110th Philippine Independence Day celebration in Oji Asukayama Park, Tokyo. This is a yearly event that was being celebrated by most Filipinos living abroad under the sponsorship of the Phil. Embassy. In this year’s event celebrations, Tong-il Moo Do became a member of the organizing committees specifically in charge of Peace and Order Committee together with the Filipino-Japanese Movement for Global Peace.

Being under this committee, TIMD’s responsibilities are: maintain peace and order in the whole event, provide security, assist those who are in need of help or assistance, controlling the coming and going of vehicles in the area and most especially, controlling the crowd during the height of performances on the entertainment portions. All in all, there were 32 staff members present under Peace and Order Committee; composed of TIMD members and volunteers from Filipino-Japanese Movement for Global Peace. During the event, there were thousands of people flock in the area, Filipinos, Japanese and other nationalities.

Aside from being in charge of P&O.C, TIMD was asked to perform a special number during the entertainment. Lead by Master Takamitsu Hoshiko, President WTMF Japan; Instructors: Robert Alcamfor, Pres. TIMDP-J Org., Tokyo, Isaias Florentino, Arnold Heramis, Jameson Hangalay, Angie Obara and Alexander Baguio were the main performers. They performed two ballets: the Form of Creation accompanied by the music “Strauss” and Marching Bravely Forward with Discipline, with the music “Eye of the Tiger”. During the performance, the wooden stage was too hot because it was exposed under the Sun.

However, it didn’t hinder the strong will and fighting spirit of our TIMD performers to perform even though at the end, all of them got a burn feet. During the exhibitions people were amazed, applauded and enjoyed. They were very happy watching such unique performances of our TIMD Instructors. After the exhibitions, many people went to our TIMD booth and inquired and they also enjoyed looking at our photo exhibits. The whole event ended successfully and the Officials of the Phil. Embassy and other Filipino organizations congratulated us for our good performance in Peace and Order as well as martial arts exhibitions. Everybody enjoyed and left the venue very happy.

Special thanks to the performers, especially Master Hoshiko, Instructors: Isaias Florentino Jameson Hangalay, Angie Obara, Arnold Heramis, and Alexander Baguio for their participation in the TIMD exhibitions and Peace and order. Also, I would to thank the Officers and members of Tong-il Moo do Phil.- Japan Organization in Tokyo: Joy Juralbal, Arlene Maravilla, Mary Fernandez, Vergie Niegos and Chenie Delfin and others for a very wonderful decorations of our TIMD booth and also, the members of Filipino-Japanese Movement for Global Peace headed by Angie Obara.

Robert C. Alcamfor
President Tong-il Moo Do Philippine-Japan Org.

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