NED 1 – Stellen (Kung Fu Buddies Alex Cheung & Koon Chan from the Wudao Dragons)

This morning on air Dutch National TV Channel 1 (NEDERLAND 1) broadcasting this interview about our relationship as Kung Fu buddies with Koon Chan (Wudao Dragons).

I still remember in 2008, 5th of May. That day we went to Wageningen to promote Chinese Martial Arts. It is the Dutch national liberty day.  There was a big festival going on. It is one of our first performances, and we never thought we’ll be broadcasted on Dutch National TV talking about Chinese Martial Arts. Now, the same day but 4 years later our interview on air. It is just so symbolic, just shows how interesting life is.

In the near future, I hope to share more and get more opportunities for TV program broadcasts. I will work hard and all support will be appreciated!

“Alex was negen toen hij de 15-jarige Koon leerde kennen op de Martial Arts opleiding. Nu vijftien jaar later vertellen ze over hun vriendschap, Chinese discipline en de liefde voor Martial Arts.” for more behind the scenes photos!

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Happy Chinese Moonfestival中秋節快樂!


This evening I am having a live interview at CRTV Radio 21.00 in Amsterdam. There is an Chinese Songwriters event and then I will perform a Kungfu form for the opening. I wish everybody a happy Moonfestival and enjoy the time with your family and friends with the traditional Mooncake.

The Hague (Den Haag) Wudao Dragons Kungfu show

The performance last weekend was outstanding, spectacular, it is the premiere of our new slapstick comedy ACT, which is the Wudao Dragons story of the Moonfestival.  I will upload the pictures tonight! Cheers 🙂



‘Ik weet waar jouw huis woont’ TV Show

Ik weet waar jouw huis woont‘ translated ‘I know where you house lives’ is a new TV program by a Dutch TV channel Spirit24. This show was also broadcasted at the Dutch national channel ‘Nederland 2‘.

For more information about this program go to: (Dutch only)

It was the first time for me to be in a TV quiz/game show. And of course it was a great experience and fun too. We were representing the Chinese team. We Won! Yeah, we won against the Moroccan family. That means also that we know the Moroccan culture better then they know Chinese culture. Maybe it has to do with the Chinese culture too, it is very modest and close to outsiders. And of course the Moroccan community is one of the biggest in Holland, I think 2nd to Dutch?? But i’m not sure about that. But I can tell you it is in the district ‘kanaleneiland’ & Overvecht.

I feel lucky to bring my family and supported by lots of friends at the studio. It is different than film making, because there are several standard fixed camera positions. And you have to really look for the camera’s in order to spot them. Because they were at a distance with lots of things and the whole set up. Also very important is the presentation of the host, it can really make it a good show by her enthusiastic appearance (vice versa).

I hope to have more TV/Film appearance in the near future, would definitely appreciate it.

I will have another TV interview this year’s September in Holland. This is also for a new television show and let me sneak you a bit, it is about relationship . .

So by time I will post it on my

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