TAI DJIN – Kung Fu Werewolf

January 4, 2007
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  1. Gentleman-hobbs says:

    Like it, interesting, will read you again

  2. Jane says:

    I am honored to meet you Su Kong Tai Djin. What an example to us all you were and still are.

    Peace be with you, Master.

  3. curious says:

    Interesting. Does anyone know the source of this article?

  4. Chuck says:

    If anyone is interested in learning the art that Su Kong Tai Djin learned, it is still around. Send me an e-mail at Xynyx2001 at gmail and I will tell you where you might find it.

  5. ToySoldier says:

    You mention in the podcast you came across a picture of Tai Djin wrestling with a bear.
    Do you still have it? I would love to see it.

  6. Jamar Mckeithen says:

    I am honored to read this…I’m a huge fan of martial arts and mixed martial arts…You have my respect

  7. Scot says:

    No disrespect intended to the memory of this amazing individual, but “Kung Fu Werewolf” sounds like a low-budget movie from the 1970s!

  8. Jef Hell says:

    Awesome. Just discovered the website tonight. So interesting! Well documented, well written, done with intelligence and respect.

  9. John Haley says:

    Blue Orb Radio who also has a savannah ghost tours did a segment on him.

  10. clark cant says:

    That story made my happy.

  11. Rolmiester says:

    Yes I know this story as he is my Great Great Grandmaster…. if you want to learn more or study the art he preserved for generations to come… the current Grand Master is Sin Kwang The’ just look him up and find his schools… there are many all over the country. I’m at the Denver/Boulder Colorado school. Come on in and play with us.

  12. sal gold says:

    If one born, with hair; are they afflicted or they normal. We keep call the genius, the human afflicted, yet what is the affliction. Why do we call hair an affliction, I certainly keeps us warm, in the cold.

  13. sal gold says:

    sorry, bad typing; If one is born, with hair beyound the passive norm, we may call it genius, yet is it an affliction, or a pure perfection; not an infliction. Is hair an affliction? it keeps us warm, protects the skin from wrinkles, and leather skin. We adorn it on our head, and not our animals, yet some call it an affliction.

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