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  Sijo Adriano Emperado
The founder of the KAJUKENBO Self - Defense Institute of Hawaii, was born in Honolulu in 1926.
Sijo Emperado is a master of Escrima, Jujitsu, and various Kenpo forms.
The title of Sijo was given to Sijo Emperado by Sijo Lum and Sijo Wong of the Chinese Physical Cultural Society of Hawaii and Master Ho Gau of Hong Kong to represent Choi Li Fat Ga. He was elected to the Black Belt Hall of Fame in 1991.
home.pacbell.net /playme2/sijo.htm   (178 words)

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The sijo strongly resembles Japanese haiku in having a strong foundation in nature in a short profound structure.
Sijo, Korea's favorite poetic genre, is often traced to Confucian monks of the eleventh century, but its roots, too, are in those earlier forms.
The earliest poem of the sijo genre is from the 14th century:
www.yourencyclopedia.net /sijo.html   (568 words)

 hall of honor
Sijo was recently awarded his 9th degree by the North American Grandmasters Council, shortly after his induction into the Hawaiian Martial Arts International Society's Hall of Fame as 'Master of the Year'.
Sijo Lapham was featured on the 1997 set of Martial Arts Masters trading cards as well as in the 1998 edition of Who's Who in the Martial Arts, and was also the 1997 Massachusetts State Champion in the Men's soft style (Kung Fu) forms.
When Sijo broke his back in a 1997 automobile accident, it was Sifu Brady who continued to teach at the school and helped keep the doors open, and to this day helps out whenever his schedule permits, to further promote the art.
ravenkenpo.8m.com /hallof.htm   (1251 words)

Sijo is traditionally composed in three lines of 14-16 syllables each, totaling between 44-46 syllables.
The sijo may be narrative or thematic, introducing a situation or problem in line 1, development or "turn" in line 2, and resolution in line 3.
Phrases may be repeated or echoed, a trait revealing the sijo's heritage to be sung or chanted.
www.ahapoetry.com /sijo.htm   (756 words)

Sijo is a Korean poem consisting of 44 to 46 syllables in three lines with 14 to 16 syllables each line.
Sijo is similar to the Japanese haiku but frequently uses metaphors, puns and allusions as well as other poetic device such as alliteration.
Traditional sijo, a song lyric, was intended to be sung or chanted, hence its musical quality is apparent.
www.geocities.com /vgendrano/sijo.html   (304 words)

 La Petite Zine
Sijo derives from the old Hyangka songs of the Sylla empire (668-936) and the prose songs of the Koryo kingdom (918-1392).
I was introduced to sijo in 1992, when guidelines for a couple of American competitions arrived with an information sheet about the sijo; it provided a brief history, explanation and two translations of classical Korean sijo by Kim Unsong who is a sijo authority now living in California.
In the West, the sijo often appears as a six-line poem -- that is, each of the three lines is broken in half, with each couplet separated by a blank line to emphasize distinctiveness.
www.lapetitezine.org /stjaque.html   (1503 words)

 Editor's Choice: Sijo 2
Sijo, a folk song form from the agricultural peoples of Korea, neighbour of Japan, has often been transmitted orally through generations.
Sijo include the vocal sounds of poetry and music, for they are oral song.
Larry is a pioneer in introducing sijo poetry to the West, and WHChaikuforum had the honour of hosting the first internet sijo seminar, led by Larry in the spring of 2000.
www.worldhaikureview.org /1-2/edchoice2_8_01.shtml   (669 words)

 Asian Poetry: The Korean Sijo
Sijo (the word is both singular and plural) also resembles haiku in having a strong foundation in nature, but its lines average 14-16 syllables, for a total of 44-46.
Sijo, Korea's favorite poetic genre, is often traced to Confucian monks of the eleventh century, but its roots, too, are in those earlier forms.
Sijo were sung or chanted with musical accompaniment, and still are.
thewordshop.tripod.com /Sijo/sijo-index.htm   (651 words)

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Sijo is the classic form of poetry in Korea.
However, with some charity and patience from poets, sijo promises to become a valuable standard form in English.
Because of typographical restraints, each line of sijo in English is often printed as two lines.
web.umr.edu /~gdoty/poems/sijo/def-sijo.html   (105 words)

 2002 Winner, Grades 7-9, Nonfiction
We named her "Sijo," which my mom translates as “ancient poem.” Sijo is the ancient poetic tradition of Korea, as haiku is the ancient poetic tradition of Japan.
The Sijo form is made of three lines, just like haiku, and my mother says Sijo is the third and last line of her and my dad’s family poem.
Sijo at five, is a wonderful beginning ballerina, swimmer, singer, Irish dancer, and rap artist.
litsite.alaska.edu /uaa/akwrites/2002/smith.html   (395 words)

 Form Challenge #18 - Sijo
Unlike the Haiku the Sijo can have any number of stanzas to make it a ballad or a lyric and it can contain metaphor and other similar ideas.
The traditional Sijo is of about 44 syllables consisting of four phrase groups per line.
In "Modern Sijo", there has been an easing of the syllable count of the phrase groups and more modern poets have broken up the phrase groups into two per line and from this we have a six line sijo as an alternative poetry form.
www.thepoetsgarret.com /Challenge/sijo.html   (394 words)

 Dueling Sijo
I also like the way this sijo opens with a question, an interest-gathering device that is further developed in line two.
Richard Rutt is certainly one of the present-day experts in the translation of sijo into English, and he says that in sijo "a dialogue between the poet and the listener is usually presupposed."
Your sijo is particularly interesting because you address the butterfly as if it were human, an equal, a friend; so there is a Zen quality to it.
members.tripod.com /~theWORDshop/Sijo/duel.htm   (1135 words)

 Sijo Webring
Sijo share a common history with haiku and other Japanese forms.
The Sijo is explained and illustrated with many poems from ancient masters as well as contemporary poets.
These are the homepages of SIJO WEST, the English-language journal featuring this Korean poetry form.
l.webring.com /hub?ring=sijowebring   (206 words)

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Sijo is a traditional lyric of thee lines or verses averaging 45 syllables in a stanza, each line made up of four phrase-groupings with major pause after each grouping.
There is nothing in the sijo that can be accurately termed a metric foot, for it does not use accented stress nor syllabic length as a metric unit, although stress may contribute to the beauty of rhythms.
About 3600 sijo has been handed down and more than 600 sijo are translated into English mainly by Kim Jaihiun, who has so far translated more than 2300 Korean poems into English, and introduced to English-speaking world.
homepages.wmich.edu /~b9park/sijo.htm   (243 words)

 Sijo   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sijo is a modern term for a Korean style of lyrical poetry, originally called tanga (literally, "short song").
Korean poetry can be traced at least as far back as 17 BC with King Yuri's Song of Yellow Birds but its roots are in still earlier Chinese quatrains.
Some of the information on the origins of sijo, and the English adaptation by David R. McCann of the verse by Hwang Jin-i, are taken from Kichung Kim's An Introduction to Classical Korean Literature: From Hyangga to P'ansori.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/S/Sijo.htm   (644 words)

 Michael Matthews: Sijo
The sijo (pronounced “shee-jo” or in the International Phonetic Alphabet, Si dJo) is a traditional Korean lyric of three lines or verses, each line made up of four phrase-groupings with a major pause after each grouping.
Extremely elastic in form, the sijo differs from Chinese and Japanese verse forms in that it does not adhere to a strict syllable count.
The word sijo consists of two Sino-Korean characters meanting “time” or “period” and “rhythm” or “harmony.” The term sijo refers not only to a poetic form but also to a type of vocal art music, with the singer accompanied by a changgo or hourglass drum.
www.michaelmatthews.net /work_details/sijo/sijo.html   (343 words)

 Karazenpo Go Shinjutsu Black Belt Society   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sijo would like to see schools open in these areas and anyone interesed is incouraged to contact us at karazenpo@cox.net.
Sijo and SiGung returned to LA on May 29th and Sijo went on to Honolulu.
Sijo Victor Gascon was inducted into the Masters Hall of Fame in Newport Beach, CA on July 21st.
www.karazenpogoshinjutsu.com /news-2001.htm   (191 words)

 Definition of sijo - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
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Learn more about "sijo" and related topics at Britannica.com
See a map of "sijo" in the Visual Thesaurus
www.m-w.com /dictionary/sijo   (38 words)

 Ted wong   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sifu Wong’s first encounter with Sijo Bruce Lee was in 1967, in Los Angeles, California.
Sijo Bruce Lee was giving a seminar on his martial art.
Sijo Bruce Lee invited Sifu Ted Wong to his house, and took him as his private student.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/T/Ted-wong.htm   (534 words)

SiJo Frank also teaches concepts from Russian Combatives, primarily Systema under the guidance of Vladimir Vasiliev, and is also licensed as Nevada State Director by VDT Academy Int.
SiJo Frank is the President and Founder of the World Combat Martial Artists Association, which maintains a members roster of some of the most respected practitioners and instructors in the feilds of reality based self defense and combatives martial arts..
Sifu Brad Boudreau has been a student under SiJo Monsalve for over 10 years and was the first student to earn an Instructors Black Belt in the Hurricane System.
hurricanemartialarts.homestead.com /Instructor.html   (599 words)

Sijo James W. DeMile, one of Bruce Lee’s original students in Seattle, and founder of the Wing Chun Do Gung Fu system will be here Saturday, June 21 to conduct a seminar from 10am-4pm.
I believe Sijo was an Air Borne Ranger if that gives you any idea, definitely not a slouch or Street Punk like we were.
Sijo kept up his personal training incorporating a variety of fighting forms into his programs and then it happened, Bruce Lee had passed.
theleagueofrockers.com /page_6052.htm   (2768 words)

 Modern Korean Verse in Sijo Form: Selected and Translated by Jaihiun Kim
A decade in the making, Jaihiun Kim's Modern Korean Verse in Sijo Form offers what will be the twentieth century's definitive collection of sijo.
Similar to the Japanese haiku in its brevity and imagery, Korean sijo has shown itself to be remarkably responsive to contemporary concerns.
Kim includes an essay on the history and practice of sijo poetry.
www.ronsdalepress.com /catalogue/modkorean.html   (285 words)

 Kung Fu and Graham Pearl   (Site not responding. Last check: )
After achieving all 9 grades and fl sash master grade in only 4 years he started teaching in his own kung fu martial art club in Huntingdon and formed the East Of England Martial Arts Centre.
Sijo Graham Pearl increased his experience further, by training in full contact under Sifu S. babbs where he achieved his instructors certificate after only 1 year.
He was then graded to 2nd level fl sash in 1982, by Sijo Alan Smith.
www.realkungfu.co.uk /sijo.html   (277 words)

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Sijo Cheung Lai Chuen performing Boi Kiu, from a section of the form Gow Bo Tuew, in Guangxiao Temple, Guangzhou, China.
Sijo Cheung Lai Chuen seen here seated at a banqueting dinner held by his many disciples in China, Macao and Hong Kong.
Sijo Cheung Lai Chuen, when he became a Buddhist Lay-Monk (hence why he was able to keep his hair) at Guangxiao Temple, Guangzhou.
www.pakmei-uk.com /gallery_1.htm   (117 words)

 Takegura (Punisher foe)
When the three of them arrived, they were met by Sijo and Roky, and the Punisher sent Takegura to Sijo, while Sijo sent Roky to the Punisher.
Sijo (depicted on the left) also served as Takegura's bodyguard, and was both strong and an excellent hand-to-hand combatant.
Sijo assisted Roky Vance in his exploits as the Slasher.
www.marvunapp.com /Appendix/takegura.htm   (634 words)

 Sijo "Sonny" Gascon
He was also personally invited by Sijo Adriano "Nonoy" Emperado to Sijo's 73rd Birthday party and tournament at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino.
Sijo Emperado is one of the five founders of Kajukenbo.
Victor was nominated to the Masters Hall of Fame, held on July 21, 2000 at the Sheraton Newport Beach Hotel in Newport Beach, California.
bagnas.com /goldenleopard/sonny.gascon.html   (672 words)

 Sijo Links   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sijo from some Korean Masters by Larry Gross
An Introduction to Sijo Poetry and its Development in North America
Dueling Sijo by Larry Gross and Elizabeth St Jacques
my.execpc.com /~ohaus/sijolink.htm   (50 words)

 Portal of Real Fighting Association® / The Way Of Intercepting Fist   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sijo Bruce analyzed various martial arts to understand their essence and their principal virtues with the goal of creating a complete and effective system, which twisted the traditional martial arts rules.
It's very important to understand that there is not a superior art in every circumstance; each fighting method has strong and weak points: who usually train to fight standing will have big problems in groundfighting, for a grappler will be difficult to defend himself against punches or kicks or against multiple attackers.
Sijo Lee remarked that for each range or situation there is a martial art more effective than others, so it is important to be able to flow from one art to another considering the situation or the range of combat.
realfighting.it /english/theway.html   (974 words)

Sijo will then send you back a video with any corrections or helpful hints you may need to refine your techniques.
Once Sijo feels you are ready, he will notify you, and you can then send for your next instructional video.
Postage for the correction videos you send to Sijo is the only other costs you will incur other than the price of the actual instructional tapes.
ravenkenpo.8m.com /videoadv.htm   (447 words)

 The Potato Farm - Give money plz   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sijo set up our new forum and we owe him a little bling.
I paid the bulk of it, but we still owe about $20.
If dogs ever take over the world and they choose a king, I hope they don't go by size, because I bet there are some Chihuahuas with some good ideas.
www.spacepotato.com /forum/showthread.php?t=8   (186 words)

 Html Gear - Guest Gear View Guestbook
It would be a pleasure to spend time and share the Ohana spirit with anyone that has trained with Sijo Bruce.
So many of the techniques the Sijo Jun taught me seem so fresh, I have integrated so many things into the way I live.
Me, I have never had anything to prove, I am happy with who I am, and I contribute much of that to Sijo Dom and KAI and my Class.
www.htmlgear.tripod.com /gw/guest/control.guest?u=kombatarts&a=view&i=1&r=   (206 words)

 Comic Book Resources Forums - Latinoamerican Comic Books
Sijo, when your computer is repaired, please offer an explanation regarding the apparent popularity of the comic book/comic strip CONDORITO.
sijo has been quite accurate in the description of the comic movement in Latinoamerica, so thanks sijo for that.
I was investigating and I guess there were not translations to English in the Fantomas issues, I might be wrong but it seems that Fantomas was more based on Mandrake and previous work like Santo.
forums.comicbookresources.com /showthread.php?t=9373   (4165 words)

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