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Singapore Malaysia Goodwill Tournament 2017

We will be having our annual Goodwill Tournament soon with our friends in Malaysia on Oct 21-22. This year, we will be visiting the Malaysia Kendo Club at the Kuala Lumpur Japanese School for the tournament. Transportation and accommodation in Malaysia will be arranged by the club and registration will cost approximately 130-150 SGD per person (More information on the exact cost of registration fees will be posted soon!)

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- 19 Sep 2017


Kanzaki Sensei Visit

SKC is pleased to share that Kanzaki Hiroshi sensei (8 Dan) & Kanzaki Satoko sensei (7 Dan) will be visiting Singapore for a 3 day seminar from 15-17 Sep 2017! Register before 6 Sep 2017. Kids S$30, Students S$45, SKC members S$55, Affiliates S$70, Non affiliates / Overseas S$80. *Note: Lunch will be provided for all applicants except kids for Sat and Sun sessions

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- 17 Aug 2017


On training and supporting your local dojo

Guest post by SKC member Benjamin Au who is based in the USA currently.

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- 1 Feb 2017


SKC Sub-Committee Initiative

A great way to give back to the Kendo Community – that is the idea behind the SubCom! We are calling like-minded members of all grades – who would like to assist in facilitating the many activities that SKC conducts throughout the year.

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- 31 Aug 2016




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About Us

The Club was founded in 1972 by the late Lim Kwa Chwee sensei and from its humble beginnings the Club has progressed much over the past 40 plus years.

Accorded a National Sports Association status by the National Sports Council of Singapore since its inception, SKC receives much support from the Sports Council as well as the Japanese Association and the Japanese School. As a member of the International Kendo Federation, SKC conducts training sessions and regular grading for its club members as well as members from clubs affiliated to SKC in Nanyang Polytechnic, the National University of Singapore and Singapore Management University of Singapore.

Apart from the annual East-West Competition, Lim Kwa Chwee Memorial Tournament, National Championship and the Interclub Tournament (replacing the Singapore Youth Tournament), the Club has from time to time hosted regional events such as the ASEAN Kendo Tournament (last held in Singapore in October 2010). Outwardly, SKC also participates in the World Kendo Championships held every three years and visits other clubs in the region given the opportunity.

Today, the Club continues to grow with members of various nationalities practising the Way of the Sword together under one roof.

 

Singapore Kendo Club is under the stewardship of its executive committee, elected annually by the club's adult local members.

In the year 2017/2018, the committee is led by:

• Mr Terry Lek, President
• Ms Tan Jia Yi, Vice President
• Ms Christina Soh, Hon. Secretary
• Mr Richard Loh, Treasurer

and assisted by co-opted members Ms Grace Lim, Mr Ng Say Yong and Mr Fergus Yap.

The club would like to express its appreciation to everyone who on top of their work commitments take charge of its administration and organization.

Every member, regardless of skill level, has a role to play in the success of the club. Even if it is simply to attend each and every training session with discipline and dedication.



Schedule



2017 Events

21-22

OCT

2017

Singapore-Malaysia Goodwill

10

DEC

2017

Year End Grading

17

DEC

2017

29th Lim Kwa Chwee Memorial Tournament

Join Us

Singapore Kendo Club conducts a 6-month beginners course

There are no pre-requisites and everyone above 13-years of age may sign-up, but potential members are urged to read and consider the following very carefully:

Kendo may be physically demanding and members are reminded that they will need to be healthy and reasonably fit to participate. And be mentally prepared to follow strictly to rules and etiquette of Kendo.

All beginners are required to attend BOTH and EVERY Wednesday evening sessions (7pm - 8.30pm), and Sunday morning sessions (9am - 10.30am) at Changi Japanese School for the duration of their course. Absentees will be discouraged from continuing, as they will disrupt the progress of the class.

Numbers of participants in each class are limited to ensure quality of teaching. Commitment, strong interest as well as determination are essential in the practice of Kendo. Should you have any doubts, please discuss them before joining the class as you may deprive others of a chance to join.

 

If you have carefully considered the above and would like to be contacted for the next class, please email to skcbeginners@gmail.com with the following:
• Name
• NRIC/Passport No.
• Age
• Gender
• Contact Number
• Occupation


We will contact you 2 weeks before class commenencement with venue and timing details.

*Please note that membership fees and induction fees are subject to changes without further notice.

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Email

For new beginner enquiries:
skcbeginners@gmail.com

For other enquiries:
singaporekendoclub@gmail.com

Mail:
Bras Basah Post Office
PO Box 12
Singapore 911801