Wayne Siew

Growing up, as would be many boys from my generation, I enjoyed watching War and Martial Arts movies. The simple storylines of a peaceful community being suddenly interrupted by the arrival of an evil presence, only to be vanquished by a seeming commoner gave me hope that I could one day do the same, only in real life.

As a reservist Light Infantry officer, I enjoy the mental and physical sparring that comes from being paired up against a real thinking opposition, always numerically and resourcefully superior to myself. This is the same experience in my business life, where my business competition is always better funded and resourced than I am.

The challenge now, as in Wu-style Taichi, is to empathise with the opposition so well, that I cannot help but win every encounter.

As a Christian, learning Wu-Style Taichi has opened my eyes to how frighteningly created the human body is. The complexity of the joints and muscles coming together to do the seemingly impossible is always a delightful new experience.

I am extremely privileged to have wonderfully generous instructors who are always willing to share what they know, and classmates with whom I can train safely with, and whom I know and trust as friends and family.

Always faithful. Always ready. Always training.

Name: Wayne Siew
City: Singapore
Country: Singapore
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Disciple of: Grand Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu
Discipleship year: July 2016
Discipleship Country: Singapore
School: Singapore Jian Chuan Tai Chi Chuan Physical Culture Association
Disciple status: Non teaching disciple
Profession: Entrepreneur