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    Kungfu can roughly be translated to “hard work”. This is most true in so many aspects of our daily life, be it at home, on the job or even in our… Read More
    Kungfu can roughly be translated to “hard work”. This is most true in so many aspects of our daily life, be it at home, on the job or even in our spare time. “The Kungfu Journey” shows the hard work that every martial arts practitioner experiences. Kungfu, like any art, is a practical affair, not just a question of gathering knowledge. In other words, one becomes proficient through hard, regular practice, not by reading about it. If you want to unlock the full power of kung fu, it is not going to be easy: you are going to have to work, you are going to have to sacrifice and you are going to have to suffer – over a long time. This photobook uses a lay-flat binding. Both the front and back cover are 4mm thick carton and were silkscreen printed by myself. The cloth on the spine of the book symbolizes the traditional red belt in Kungfu schools. Read Less
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