Taiwan

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Playing for Taiwan Chen Jing won a bronze medal at the 1996 Olympic Games and a silver medal at the 2000 Olympic Games. 17-year-old Lin Yun-Ju upset both reigning world champion Ma Long and world ranked No. 3 Fan Zhendong to win the 2019 men's singles in the T2 Diamond Series in Malaysia. In lawn tennis, Hsieh Su-wei is the country's most successful player, having been ranked inside the top 25 in singles in the WTA rankings. She became joint No. 1 in doubles with her partner Peng Shuai in 2014. The sisters Chan Yung-jan (Latisha Chan) and Chan Hao-ching are doubles specialists.

Monsour del Rosario

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From 1982 to 1989, he competed in several international competitions, including the 1988 Seoul Olympics, the Southeast Asian Games, the Asian Games, the World Games, the World Taekwondo Championships and the Asian Taekwondo Championships. He earned a gold medal in the 14th and 15th Southeast Asian Games, a bronze medal in the 10th Asian Games, and reached the quarterfinal round during the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games. Along with Stephen Fernandez, Del Rosario established the Olympians Taekwondo Training Center, a taekwondo school located in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig. Del Rosario appeared in Filipino action films as early as 1986.

Rizal Memorial Sports Complex

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The Rizal Memorial Sports Complex (RMSC) (formerly known as Rizal Memorial Field ) is a national sports complex of the Philippines, located on Pablo Ocampo St. (formerly Vito Cruz St.), Malate, Manila. It is named after the country's national hero, José Rizal. The whole complex is currently managed by the Philippine Sports Commission, while the property is owned by the Manila City government. The complex also houses the administrative office of the PSC, and quarters for the Philippine national athletes.

Dong Ja Yang

He was presented with an award from Congressman Ralph Metcalfe for his work in bringing women to Taekwondo. At Howard University he hosted the Howard University Taekwondo Championships. In 2001, he filed a complaint against the United States Taekwondo Union. Dong was elected to the Taekwondo Hall of Fame and holds a 9th degree black belt. *USA Taekwondo

Kata

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In such as taekwondo and Tang Soo Do, the word hyung or hyeong is usually employed, though in some cases other words are used. The International Taekwon-Do Federation uses the word tul, while the World Taekwondo Federation uses the word poomsae or simply the English translations "pattern" or "form." Taekwondo patterns have multiple variations including Palgwe and the more popular Taeguk forms used by the WTF. Forms are included in certain taekwondo competitions and are a key element of gradings. In Sanskrit, forms are known either as yudhan (combat form) or pentra (tactical deployment).

Moo Duk Kwan

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List of Korea-related topics. Soo Bahk Do. Tang Soo Do. Kwan (martial arts). Taekwondo. History of Moo Duk Kwan By Hwang Kee ISBN: 0-9631358-7-2. A Modern History of Taekwondo 1999 (Korean) Kyong Myung Lee and Kang Won Sik ISBN: 89-358-0124-0. Excerpts from "A Modern History of Taekwondo". Global Taekwondo 2003 (English) Kyo Yoon Lee ISBN: 89-952721-4-7. A Guide to Taekwondo 1996 (English) Kyo Yoon Lee ISBN: 89-7500-064-8. Kukkiwon 25th Anniversary Text 1997 (Korean) Un Yong Kim. Kukkiwon Textbook 2006 (English/Korean) Um Woon Kyu. Beginning Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do Korean Art of Self-Defense Volume 1 by Richard Chun. Moo Duk Kwan History. World Moo Duk Kwan. .

Jay Warwick

Jay Warwick is a former United States Olympian in taekwondo. Warwick won bronze medals in the 1988 Seoul Olympics and 1987 Barcelona World Championships, gold at the 1986 Pan Am Championships and silver in 1982, bronze at the 1987 Pan Am Games and 8 national titles. In 1999, he became executive director of the United States Taekwondo Union then Director of Sport Partnerships with the United States Olympic Committee in 2003 and in 2018 became Secretary General of USA Taekwondo. Outside sports, he had a long career as a restaurateur.

2010 Asian Games

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On November 17, Yang Shu-chun of Chinese Taipei, was abruptly disqualified with 12 seconds left in the first round of the taekwondo competition, while leading her opponent 9–0. She was accused of having installed illegal sensors on the heel of her socks. The event quickly turned into an international incident, with officials, politicians and public opinion from Chinese Taipei, China and South Korea trading accusations of manipulation and fraud. About 1,400 random doping tests were carried out during the Games.

Hwarang

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The Taekwondo pattern Hwa-Rang as well as several traditional forms are named in honor of the Hwarang. A South Korean cigarette brand issued to the armed forces was called "Hwarang". Hwa Rang Do is a modern Korean martial art that is inspired by the ancient Hwarang warriors and their legacy. In the fighting game series Tekken, a playable character named Hwoarang is present in the game, and fights with the Tae Kwon Do fighting style. Grandmaster Ho Sik Pak named his martial arts federation the "Hwa Rang World Tang Soo Do Federation" in honor of the Hwarang. Silla"新羅 花郎徒" 興武大王·將軍 金庾信 Kim Yu-sin 後孫 a scion of a royal stock kim chul 實戰戰鬪護身術 創始者"Hosinsool.

March 1st Movement

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On May 24, 1949, South Korea designated March 1st as a national holiday. General Choe Hong-hui dedicated the first of the three patterns (삼일 틀 – Sam-il teul) trained by III-degree black belts of taekwon-do to the Sam-il Movement. President Woodrow Wilson issued his Fourteen Points in January 1918. The points included… in terms of US relations with Korea, "a free, open-minded, and absolutely impartial adjustment of all colonial claims." However, as manifested at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, Wilson was not interested in challenging global power relations. Since Japan was one of the victors and Korea was its colony, a discussion of the status of Korea was not undertaken.

UAAP Taekwondo Championship

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Triple Championships: *Double Championships: *Demonstration sport: * Fewer than four teams participating * UST, La Salle defend crowns; Ateneo wins juniors title (Feb 13, 2002 - Season 64) Taekwondo in the Philippines. NCAA Taekwondo Championship.

Taekwondo at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games

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Taekwondo at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games were held in the Cuneta Astrodome in Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines. The participants competed for one of eight gold medals, four each for men and women. *Taekwondo in the Philippines * Southeast Asian Games Official Results

Sports governing body

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The best-known example is the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the organizer of the modern Olympic Games. General sports organizations are responsible for sports related topics, usually for a certain group, such as the Catholic or Jewish sports groups. General sports organizations can also exist for the army and other groups, but they usually are medium-sized, as they do not have that much of a budget to work with. Professional sports leagues are usually the highest level of play in sport, specifically if they consist of the best players around the world in a certain sport.

Soviet Union

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The 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki thus became first Olympic Games for Soviet athletes. The Soviet Union national ice hockey team won nearly every world championship and Olympic tournament between 1954 and 1991 and never failed to medal in any International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) tournament in which they competed. The advent of the state-sponsored "full-time amateur athlete" of the Eastern Bloc countries further eroded the ideology of the pure amateur, as it put the self-financed amateurs of the Western countries at a disadvantage.

Goguryeo

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Both South Korea and North Korea officially condemned China's attempt to rewrite the history of Northeast-Asia. Online discussion regarding this topic has increased. The Internet has provided a platform for a broadening participation in the discussion of Goguryeo in both South Korea and China. Thomas Chase points out that despite the growing online discussion on this subject, this has not led to a more objective treatment of this history, nor a more critical evaluation of its relationship to national identity. * Cheolli Jangseong. Goguryeo Bigi. History of Korea. Taebong. Military history of Korea. Koma clan. Rhee, Song nai (1992) Secondary State Formation: The Case of Koguryo State. In.

Argentina

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Argentina, officially the Argentine Republic (República Argentina), is a country located mostly in the southern half of South America. Sharing the bulk of the Southern Cone with Chile to the west, the country is also bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay to the north, Brazil to the northeast, Uruguay and the South Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Drake Passage to the south. With a mainland area of 2780400 km2, Argentina is the eighth-largest country in the world, the fourth largest in the Americas, the second largest in South America after Brazil, and the largest Spanish-speaking nation.

Spain

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Spain (España ), officially the Kingdom of Spain (Reino de España), is a European country located in Southwestern Europe with some pockets of Spanish territory across the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean. Its continental European territory is situated on the Iberian Peninsula. Its territory also includes two archipelagoes: the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa, and the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea. The African enclaves of Ceuta, Melilla, and Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera make Spain the only European country to have a physical border with an African country (Morocco). Several small islands in the Alboran Sea are also part of Spanish territory.

Subak

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This dance is also popular in North Korea but was extinct in South Korea until recently. There is also the motions of making fists in the dance, consistent with the Subak rules historically corroborated by many authorities of Korean sports history. Manchuria's Subak Dance is the ancient Subak made into a dance. Subak Dance is passed down by Manchuria Koreans and North Korea today. It's recognized & certified by Chinese government as a traditional culture officially. Subak Dance's authenticity is corroborated by its widespread contents (Manchuria & North Korea) as well as its history (Subak Dance was seen 100 years ago).

Korean Confucianism

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Still today however in South Korea, women are being discriminated against especially in work environments. According to the world economic forum, South Korea ranks 115 out of 149 in gender inequality. Korean Confucian art and philosophy had great and deep effects on the Korean culture. * Introduction and translation of Jeong and Gihwa's texts Article 809 of the Korean Civil Code. Korean culture. Korean philosophy. Korean Taoism. List of Korea-related topics. Munmyo. Religion in Korea. Seonbi. Silhak. Handbook of Korea; Korean Overseas Information Service, 2003; pgs. Lee, Ki-baik; A New History of Korea; Harvard University Press,1984; pgs 130–135.

Russia

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The Soviet Union supported revolutionary movements across the world, including the newly formed People's Republic of China, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and, later on, the Republic of Cuba. Significant amounts of Soviet resources were allocated in aid to the other socialist states. After Stalin's death and a short period of collective rule, the new leader Nikita Khrushchev denounced the cult of personality of Stalin and launched the policy of de-Stalinization. The penal labor system was reformed and many prisoners were released and rehabilitated (many of them posthumously). The general easement of repressive policies became known later as the Khrushchev Thaw.

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Hong Kong

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Hong Kong (, Cantonese: ), officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China (HKSAR), is a special administrative region on the eastern side of the Pearl River estuary in southern China. With over 7.4 million people of various nationalities in a 1104 km2 territory, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places in the world.

Judo

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The first time judo was seen in the Olympic Games was in an informal demonstration hosted by Kano at the 1932 Games. However, Kano was ambivalent about judo's potential inclusion as an Olympic sport: Nevertheless, judo became an Olympic sport for men in the 1964 Games in Tokyo. The Olympic Committee initially dropped judo for the 1968 Olympics, meeting protests. Dutchman Anton Geesink won the first Olympic gold medal in the open division of judo by defeating Akio Kaminaga of Japan. The women's event was introduced at the Olympics in 1988 as a demonstration event, and an official medal event in 1992.

Iraq

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Iraq (, or ; ٱلْعِرَاق, '; عێراق '), officially the Republic of Iraq, is a country in Western Asia, bordered by Turkey to the north, Iran to the east, Kuwait to the southeast, Saudi Arabia to the south, Jordan to the southwest and Syria to the west. The capital, and largest city, is Baghdad. Iraq is home to diverse ethnic groups including Arabs, Kurds, Chaldeans, Assyrians, Turkmen, Shabakis, Yazidis, Armenians, Mandeans, Circassians and Kawliya. Around 99% of the country's million citizens are Muslims, with tiny minorities of Christians, Yarsans, Yezidis and Mandeans also present. The official languages of Iraq are Arabic and Kurdish.

Sport

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Sport is generally recognised as system of activities which are based in physical athleticism or physical dexterity, with the largest major competitions such as the Olympic Games admitting only sports meeting this definition, and other organisations such as the Council of Europe using definitions precluding activities without a physical element from classification as sports. However, a number of competitive, but non-physical, activities claim recognition as mind sports.