||Justin Marchant / Vincent Chui
||Edmund Wan (1 hr weapon training, 1 hr hand technique)
Elementary Classes will be held on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Teaching will concentrate on basics, and 5th kyu to 3rd kyu techniques. Please refer to the exam. syllabus of the association. Technical Committee
Due to the closure of LCSD Sports venues from 15 July 2020, announced by the Government of Hong Kong, HKAA classes will be cancelled until further notice.
Executive Committee 14 July 2020
The Association wishes all the best for members during this Covid19 pandemic. We hope that you can remain fit, healthy and in good spirits during this difficult time.
The 2020/21 Annual Fee is normally due in April 2020. In view of the disruption and suspension of classes, the payment due date is delayed. We do ask that the payment of HKD200 be made by cheque or payment into the Associations bank account by 30 June 2020. If any member has difficulty with the arrangement please contact Samuel Hui (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Vincent Chui (email@example.com).
Payment may be made directly into the Associations bank Account either via ATM or by internet banking.
Name: The Hong Kong Aikido Association Limited
Number: 004 (HSBC Bank Code) 485-292767-001
Please ensure you retain the receipt of the transaction and send a copy of the receipt via email or WhatsApp to the Association with your full name and membership number.
The Association will suspend autopay and the renewal of Sponsorship. Once the situation becomes more clear and classes resume, further announcements will be made in relation to training fees.
For the moment, when classes resume all current (to 31/3/2020) paid up members will be entitled to resume practice.
We hope to see you all on the mat in the not too distant future.
Dear HKAA members,
How is everyone in the Hong Kong Aikido Association? I heard that you have been unable to practice Aikido for more than four months. I hope all is well with you. I imagine if I was in the same situation, it is very tough for me. So I know how you feel.
The Japanese government declared a state of emergency from 7th April until 6th May. Hombu dojo has been closed since 8th April. Three weeks have passed since the state of emergency was declared. I am staying at home during this period. The Japanese government did not order but only proposed people to stay home. I am really worried about how long it will last.
I look forward to when we can join together, to be back to normal and be able to practice again.
I sincerely hope that your seminar will be held in September. I would like to do Keiko and toast with everyone.
I hope that all of you will overcome this situation and resume your Keiko. I wish you all the best, it will be a little longer.