About Kensankai Aikido

Shobukan aikido was established in 1994 by Marcus Chan sensei and in 2007 was rebranded as Kensankai Aikido Malaysia (Aikikai).

YMCA and Kensankai history. He was introduced to aikido by his good friend Mr. Tee Cheng Sum in 1985. At the YMCA Aikido club, Kuala Lumpur he trained under George Lo sensei. read more...

Contacts
Marcus Chan
Mobile :(6012) 3856959
Tel : (603) 62732939
Email: kensankaiaikido@yahoo.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marcus.chan.16568

Kensankai Aikido



Promotions in 2008

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27  January 2008 – Mr. How Teck Keong , Dr. Jayaseelan 6kyu , Mr. Wong Fook Meng 5kyu Melaka

5 February 2008 – Mr. Azzady Jamaluddin , Dr. Shanaz 6 th kyu , Bangsar

24 February 2008 – Dr. Faridah 3 rd kyu , Mr. Richard Choy 5 th kyu Melaka

11 March 2008 – Mr. Wong Jun Kit 4kyu , Taman Tun Dr. Ismail

18 March 2008 – Mr. Yap Voon Chong , Mr. Lim Keng Jin , 6 th kyu , TTDI

19 March 2008 – Ms. Rizwil Ismail , 2 nd kyu , Bangsar

1 April 2008 – Mr. Michael Yong , Mr. Bart van Luijn , 2 nd kyu , Bangsar

8 April 2008 – Mr. Yaw Siew Kin Thomas , Lim Tow Chuan , 4 th kyu , TTDI

13 April 2008 – Dr. Igbal , Mr. Lawrence Chee , 1st kyu , Malacca

16 April 2008 – Mr. Eugene Lee , Mr. Fisol , 3rd kyu , Bangsar

19 April 2008 – Ms. Amelia Wong , Mr. Dennis Wong , 6 th kyu , Bangsar

20 April 2008 – Mr. Aaron Previn , 4 th kyu , Melaka

3 May 2008 – Ms. Dana Ho 9 th kyu , Idris Azim 9 th , Wataru Torii 9 th kyu , Yoshiki Yajima 7 th Kyu

4 Responses to “Promotions in 2008”

  1. Mej Zainal Abdullah says:

    I’m a security manager of a local Telco here in Melaka. I’ve planned to send my staff to your class. Kindly provide me some details, contact no, venue,time etc.

    I shall be contacted by my hp 013-6222153

    tq

  2. Justin says:

    Martial arts isn’t about tnianirg for the next test, but about tnianirg for life (where there are either no tests, or tests every day depending on how you want to look at it).My role model in aikido was Wyandotte Joe (Joe Balazic from the Wyandotte dojo). He was in his 50 s when he started aikido and had never done anything athletic previously.He just showed up for every cotton picking class and trained hard. He tested when he was supposed to and failed his share of them, but he just kept showing up and working.If he is still alive, he’d be in his 80 s now. The last I heard, he was a 3rd Dan.Congratulations. I am sure you passed.

  3. Jembei says:

    Ahhh! Those jumpin’ over panterr ukemi brings back memories of my shodan exam back in June 1987, just a year after I finished the 11th Kenshu well done mate!Your Far East Friend over 50 ,G!

  4. Udwamsa says:

    I’m kinda disappointed with most of d secivre in Malaysia, even a posh restaurant . I reckon only hotel yet sky high, heart attack bill could end up my day. Why couldn’t eerily have a very cool meal n just 20 pounds each in Malaysia.

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