Hmm… we’re the World Wide Martial Arts Association now, huh? Got it.
Makes more sense actually… there were members from over in Europe
and other places popping up anyways. Makes sense. Good luck to all of us.
Hi guys, I’ve been busy doing lots of Japanese translation (I’m an advanced amateur translator.) I posted it to the interests of the AFJ I am a long time member of both our USMA and the AFJ. Maybe the members of our USMA would want to take a gander? Mokuroku translations if it interests anyone? The address…[Read more]
Well, I have been busy doing lots of Japanese translation (I am an advanced amateur translator.) I posted it to the interests of the AFJ I am a long time member of both our USMA and the AFJ. Mokuroku translations if it interests anyone? The address is: http://jtweymo.angelfire.com/COVER_PAGE_T-T.html
I see that. It is much nicer (and more professional) than the old one, you know? I look forward to seeing what other changes you gentlemen bring about. I believe the USMAA will go farther with this kind of guidance and leadership.
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