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Featured Article   by::Surya Budhathoki

1923. Yong I-Choi, who later took the name of Matsutatsu Oyama, and became the Sosai of the International Karate Organization Kyokushin, was born on the 27th July. 

1925 Matsutatsu Oyama was sent to his sister's home in Manchuria. 

1936 Matsutatsu Oyama entered primary school in Seoul Korea, where he started the study of Chinese Kempo under Mr. Yi. He gained proficiency in the eighteen hands technique and in the second year he gained the equivalent to shodan. 

1938 Matsutatsu Oyama entered Yamanashi Airway School in Japan.

He studied karate under Gishin Funakoshi, one of the first three to bring karate to Japan and under Mr. So Nei Chu, who was also Korean and from the same district as Matsutatsu Oyama. So Nei Chu was the foremost expert in Goju Karate at the time and is credited with introducing Goju to Japan. 

1940 Matsutatsu Oyama entered Takushoku University. Gained Nidan rank. 

1945 Matsutatsu Oyama started the Eiwa karate-do ....readmore

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