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PDF Version of the Hardcover Book  Southern Mantis Press   |  November 11, 2012

by Roger D. Hagood (Author), Charles Alan Clemens (Editor), Louie Jack Man (Narrator)

This instructional book, Som Bo Gin Two Man, is also a valuable and useful ‘coffee table’ reference book.  It is informative, instructional, educational, and entertaining for anyone interested in Hakka Mantis Kungfu and especially Kwongsai Jook Lum Temple Praying Mantis. The step by step form photographs are not studio quality but they are acceptable for the purpose intended.  With extensive Kwongsai Mantis instruction and content featuring the late Sifu Louie Jack Man, this collector’s edition book is a valuable library addition. 

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