The Form: 9 Tigers of Five Animal Kung Fu - Gau Fu Kuen or 9 Tigers Form is a fundamental form of the Ng Ying Kungfu systems of Southern China. Performed here by shifu Patrick van Steen.
Five Animal Kung Fu is a traditional southern Chinese form of Martial Arts. The style was taught by Christopher Fournier who passed on the lineage to master Patrick van Steen aka Long Juan Feng.
Five Animal Kung Fu: the form Nine Tigers or Gau Fu Kuen is shown here by sifu Patrick van Steen from Apeldoorn city in the Netherlands. Patrick van Steen was a student under Christopher Fournier from the USA
Gau Fu Kuen means Nine Tigers and this is a traditional Five Animal Kung Fu form. Patrick van Steen studied Ng Ying Kungfu under Christopher Fournier from the USA. Patrick van Steen is teaching martial arts at Ng Ying Kungfu Apeldoorn.
Siegfried & Roy will introduce the world to the newest additions to their animal family when four six-week-old tiger cubs make their first appearance at Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage Hotel & Casino on September 12 at noon.
Born on August 5 at the Secret Garden to mother Indira and father Svengali, these are the first tiger cubs to be introduced at The Mirage in five years. Animal lovers from around the world will be able to watch and follow the cubs’ journey using the Twitter and Instagram handle @SARMOTIcubs and on Facebook at Facebook.com/SARMOTIcubs.
“Our newest ‘Ambassadors of Conservation’ play an important role in our never-ending quest to protect these animals,” said Roy. “It is imperative to continue our conservation efforts to save these magnificent tigers for future generations to enjoy and cherish.”
“It is always exciting to welcome new members to our family at The Mirage,” said Siegfried. “We are pleased to introduce these magical creatures to the world to relish in their beauty and are thrilled that people across the world can watch the cubs grow and learn on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.”
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Tigers are in trouble, and National Geographic photographer Steve Winter is on a one-man mission to address the plight of this magnificent cat—while there’s still time. Together with Panthera, the world’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to saving big cats, and its Tigers Initiative, Winter reveals a decade worth of stunning images and stories of tigers in their world. Learn more about this book here, http://bit.ly/1beSbKH Non-Fiction, Photography
New Jersey’s Six Flags Great Adventure and Safari today previews its massive, new themed attraction, Safari Off Road Adventure. The highly-anticipated and innovative experience will open to the general public May 25.
Boasting 1,200 animals from six continents including elephants, rhinos, tigers, giraffes and lions, Safari Off Road Adventure takes explorers on an exhilarating, interactive animal adventure.
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Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Jalpaiguri District of West Bengal. The town is famous for one-horned rhinos, royal Bengal tigers, wild elephants, sambhar, barking deer and many more. Elephants and Safari Jeeps are available to tour the entire sanctuary. To get more information Knock us...email@example.com,Phone- CL... +91-983-069-4705 / +91-900-700-8366
Jaldapara is the largest wildlife sanctuary in Dooars. Jaldapara is famous for one-horned rhinos, royal Bengal tigers, wild elephants, sambhar, barking deer, spotted deer and hog deer, wild pig, bisons and a number of birds and peafowls. More Information About Jaldapara....http://www.dooarsecoviillege.com
Spring training kicked off in Lakeland, Fla. with the Topps Company, one of the leading manufacturers and marketers of sports trading cards, creating the World’s Largest Baseball Card to celebrate the return of baseball nationwide and the new 2013 Topps Baseball Series 1 cards.
Detroit Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder and nearly 100 youth baseball players from Lakeland City Baseball unveiled the largest card ever created. Measuring nearly 90 ft. tall and 60 ft. wide, this massive baseball card depicts the image of Fielder, who appears on the cover of the Topps 2013 Series 1 box.
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