See the Olympics:
Around 28s mark. Scoring a point with a punch.
Donwan lah, no eye see ler.Last Dec tourney, saw our Nat Jr team pitted against ASEAN country rep, just club level rep not even province rep.Lost quite badly, no chance at all.
Spot on, esp looking at Thailand Muay Thai kids.sob7 wrote: ↑Thu Mar 14, 2019 3:52 pmDonwan lah, no eye see ler.Last Dec tourney, saw our Nat Jr team pitted against ASEAN country rep, just club level rep not even province rep.Lost quite badly, no chance at all.
The way I see it, the strategy and techniques were outdated compared to current international standard.
If our poorer ASEAN neighbors can afford to pay for quality training, why we cannot afford to do it?
Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam TKD has gone on to world stage and won against other countries.
Like with many sports in SG, more money and professionalism has to be put in before we can see any results.
Can I ask, what is “walk in judo”? As in it is a new cca that will take in anyone, so you just have to walk in? Judo is not in the list of CCAs on the school website.
hihi,shuangbaoma wrote: ↑Thu Dec 27, 2018 8:18 pm.mommyNg wrote:The school does not provide MS Office, but you can try using your dd's RGS email to register for a free MS Office educational license. May not need to buy one separately. I am hesitant to post this publicly because I have not personally verified this, but some parents had shared that it had worked for them, so RGS parents, you can try to see if it works for you too.
I think it is this web to get free ms . Thanks for sharing .
https://www.microsoft.com/en-sg/educati ... fault.aspx