The 2018/2019 Annual Fee is due in April 2018. The annual fee of HK$200 should be settled on or before 18 March 2018. Payment should be made in full by cheque or cash. For those on auto pay*, the annual fee will be deducted with the April payment at the end of March. Members should update their contact details.
HKAA renewal form 2018
The fee and the 2018 renewal form should be handed in to Samuel Hui (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Vincent Chui (email@example.com).
You may consider being a Sponsorship Member for HK$3,200 (non-refundable) (Annual Fee $200 + Sponsorship Fee $3,000). The benefits are training at HKAA scheduled classes and seminars for a period of 12 months from April 2018 to the end of March 2019. (Sponsorship is only available before 18 March, 2018)
*Members who currently have their monthly fee settled by auto pay, may change to Sponsorship.
Members of 5th kyu and above are advised to make their monthly payment via autopay (or sponsorship).
Auto pay Form link
Kazuhiro Arita Sensei, 7th Dan Aikikai and an honorary member of HKAA, visit Hong Kong in November 2017. Special workshops over the weekend of 24, 25 and 26 November 2017.
Guest instructor – Hombu Dojo-Cho, Mitsuteru Ueshiba conduct two training sessions
Saturday 15 October – Group Photo after training sessions 1 and Demonstration (Embukai)
Sunday 16 October – Group Photo after training sessions 2
Sunday 16 October – Anniversary Dinner Group Photo
Edmund Wan Sensei conducted the workshop on Friday 16th Sep 2016
Class for Yudansha on Friday 1 July conducted by Edmund Wan Sensei. The topic is “An Overview of Buki (Weapons) and Taigi (Body Art)
Cottier Shihan was our Sensei and the founder of HKAA. The practice was conducted by Samson Li Sensei at Sunday 12th June 2016 (Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Wanchai)
||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
The Hong Kong Aikido Association has set up the Kenneth Cottier Fund to mark the 1st Anniversary of Sensei’s passing as a tribute to his enormous dedication and contribution to Aikido over the past four decades.
The Fund will be used to promote Aikido in Hong Kong and to foster the Association’s relationship with Hombu Dojo and other Aikido organisations overseas.
The Executive Committee of the HKAA will be responsible for the administration and use of the Fund. A sum of HK$100,000 has been put aside to launch the Fund. The Fund will be “topped up” with an amount to be decided by the Executive Committee and by voluntary donations or contributions from members and friends of Cottier Sensei and the Association.
Contributions will be most welcome. If you would like to make a contribution details please approach the Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org. for details
8 June 2009