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Dogwood
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'The Vietnamese martial arts tradition was born of the constant need for defence against foreign invaders'

Martial Arts is very big in Vietnam. Maybe when we go there someday we'll have to try a Martial arts class.

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TylerNguyen
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I tried my hand at martial arts in the past, but I was never any good at it. The training was far too much for me to handle, so I gave up. But, I respect anyone who can keep up with the training. 

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@tylernguyen Definitely! It's not easy to learn and it takes a lot of discipline and practice (like with anything we do) but those who continue with it learn a good life skill and self defense.

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Kris_Cooper
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Vovinam is something not easy to pursue. Once learned by one , it can be lethal.

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Kris_Cooper
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Vovinam is a world class martial art type indeed. 

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JulieMaxwell
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Yes , Vietnam is vast in terms of martial arts , I'd like to learn some of it someday.

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