Meet Zhang Hexian. She started to learn kung fu when she was just four years old. Now, 90 years later, she’s better known as ” Kung Fu Granny.” Even at 94 years old, Zhang still maintains a daily training regimen of practicing her martial arts moves, sometimes even showing off her skill with a staff for fellow villagers in Liyang town in eastern Zhejiang province.
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ByJared Jones, writer at Creators.co Writer. Editor. Zombie survival strategist. Follow me on Twitter @JJWritesStuff Easily the greatest thing about MMA’s explosion in popularity over the last decade or so has been the (perhaps inadvertent) effect it’s had on the criminal community.
Meet Frances Pratt. The members of the U.S. Tae Kwon Do Center in Beverly, Lynn and Middleton know her as a newer black belt who recently completed the difficult nearly five-hour test for this degree on Dec.