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English-Language Manual Opens Up Kung Fu Secrets to West

New America Media, Andrew Lam May 26, 2013

Lam Chun-fai, a master of Hung Kuen, is the first to publish a fighting manual in English, boosting the martial artís crossover appeal.

Q&A with journalist Andrew Lam on Legacy of War

New America Media, Q&A, Deborah Kalb Jul 31, 2012

Navajo Runner Alvina Begay Inspires Indian Country

Jul 31, 2012

While Navajo runner Alvina Begay, 31, fell short of her dream of making this year's US Olympic team in the 10,000 meter race in Eugene, Oregon, her run on NBC Sports Network made American Indians across Indian Country proud.The mere...

Penn State Sanctions Make Eddie Robinson Winningest Coach

Jul 23, 2012

He's back on top through unexpected circumstances.This morning, National Collegiate Association of Athletics (NCAA) President Mark Emmert announced that Penn State would face a $60 million fine, a four-year post-season ban, a probational five-year period, the loss of 10 initial...

Oakland Presence Strong at U.S. Track & Field Olympic Trials

Jun 26, 2012

The London 2012 Summer Olympic Games are nearly a month away. Team USA is currently in the process of selecting the best athletes from all across the country in various sports.While Olympic trials vary by state and by sport, one...

Chinese Teen, 14, is Youngest Player to Join Golf US Open

Jun 13, 2012

14-year-old Chinese golfer Andy Zhang is the youngest player to compete in the US Open. Zhang got his chance to make history when Brandt Snedeker withdrew from the tournament with an injured rib and Paul Casey withdrew with a shoulder...

Marlins Suspend Guillen for Five Games After Pro-Castro Remarks

Apr 10, 2012

Miami Marlins manager Oswaldo "Ozzie" Guillén was suspended for five games Tuesday as a result of his pro-Castro remarks. The Venezuelan apologized for the remarks and asked for forgiveness from anyone who was directly or indirectly hurt by them.Guillén told...

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