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Business Lunch: Business of Martial Arts Opening in Different Countries – May 9, 2019
May 9, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm CSTNT600 – NT900
The CCCT’s Small Business Committee (SBC) invites you to attend our Business Lunch on Thursday May 9, 2019 at 12 pm, at CTOT.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan (CCCT) and Lok’s Hapkido School are proud to present the business lunch with our special guest GrandMaster Michael Lok (Black belt 8th Dan), the President of the Korean new martial arts Hapkido federation in Canada, and his team.
We believe that your invaluable participation would further enhance mutual understanding on topics of expanding martial art or gym aboard. We sincerely look forward to having you with us for the discussion on 9th May. Below are the details of the CCCT Business Lunch: Business of Martial Arts Opening in Different Countries
Date: Thursday, 9th May, 2019
Time: 12 pm – 2 pm
Venue: MacKay Room, Canadian Trade Office in Taipei (No. 1 Songzhi Road, 6F, Taipei)
Cost: CCCT Members $600, non-members $900 (Includes light lunch and beverages)
Note: No walk-ins. Advance registration is required. No-shows and late cancellations (less than 24 hours) will be billed for the full amount.
Please fill out the form below for RSVP. The registration link is: https://forms.gle/NECCfPZP4yHs5vVRA
Lok’s Hapkido School, the largest Hapkido School in Canada since 1996. The Head Instructor of the school is GrandMaster Michael Lok (Black belt 8th Dan), whom has been instructing daily classes to thousands of students in his Richmond, British Columbia’s school. In 2008, GM Lok had been appointed as the President of the Korean new martial arts Hapkido federation in Canada. The premier Canadian Hapkido testing certification and Research center outside of Korea.
In 2013, GM Lok had been appointed the International President for China and [S.A.R.]. This expansion includes Hong Kong and Macau regions to promote Hapkido. In 2014, Lok’s Hapkido School expanded its network in Hong Kong. Currently, there are 4 locations throughout the city and two main training centers.In 2015, GM Lok had been appointed the Hapkido President in Taiwan. Immediately opened its first Hapkido School in Taipei. The first Korean Hapkido school in history of Taiwan. Supreme Grand Master Hwang Deok Kyu from Korea inaugurated this monumental event. Taiwan was also appointed as the Asian Head quarter in charge of instructor development. Nicholas Lok (Black Belt 5 th Dan Master Level) was tested in 2017 to develop and train future Instructors in the Asia pacific region. Currently, hundreds of students attend classes and practice daily in the art of Korean Self defense of Hapkido.