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AbdUllah

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #15 on: 26/07/2007 00:13 »
wow!
i have seen minangkabau acting like a tiger, and fighting like a tiger, so i guess i should not be suprised that other styles do this too, but it is really amazing to learn this. Are they now to also be found in malaysia? Or can they only be found in Aceh?

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amirulhusnitekpi

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #16 on: 26/07/2007 00:18 »
Assalamua'alaikum and peace to all,

Kegayungan Aceh Helang Putih is a silat style in Malaysia that originated from Aceh. I don't know if the art is still in the place of origin or not, sorry. Try finding more info on the net.

Here's another video of Silat Langkah Bromo Malaysia in action, much longer and better quality. Also has some parang fighting at the end. I got info from one of its student that this silat can be found in the states of Johor and Melaka.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVdPdQhHdbU

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #17 on: 26/07/2007 05:09 »
where can Kegayungan Aceh be found these days? :)

there is no videos of it on youtube

amirulhusnitekpi

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #18 on: 26/07/2007 07:42 »
Assalamua'laikum and peace to all,

I think you should type in 'Helang Putih' and not Kegayungan Aceh.

Try Google 'Silat Helang Putih'. They have representatives outside Malaysia, but i'm not certain in which countries.

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« Reply #19 on: 26/07/2007 22:33 »
I watched a video on youtube about them and they say that they are represented in 10 states in malaysia and also canada and france. That is quite a good respresentation for a silat school that seems to have not been well known a few years ago. It is good to see that they are doing well in malaysia, because as you know better than i do, malaysians generally dislike homegrown silat in favour of foreign tae kwon do, or karate.
But silat needs quality not quantity, so i often think that these foreign martial arts are a blessing in disguise.

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amirulhusnitekpi

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #20 on: 28/07/2007 14:22 »
Assalamua'laikum and peace to all,

Blessing in disguise? yeah, maybe. But no disrespect to our martial arts other-than-silat friends in Malaysia. Rather, myself, am an admirer of martial arts such as Wing Chun (there's a wing chun style here in Malaysia that's currently headed by a Malaysian Chinese-Muslim, Sifu Brandon Chan Abdullah), Karate, Ninjutsu and Daito-ryu Aikijujitsu.

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #21 on: 28/07/2007 17:15 »
wow... the whole (wing chun) style was developed in malaysia?
This is something i shall have to be looking up :p.

Amir, you are a fountain of knowledge!

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #22 on: 29/07/2007 06:00 »
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Harimau Berantai is a Javanese Pencak SIlat style named after the legendary pendekar Haji Asraf who fought the Dutch Colonial forces in the war of independence of Indonesia during the middle of the 15th century. Due to his legendary figthing skills and battle strategies, he was feared and respected by his adversaries. The Dutch army called him Madjan (meaning tiger in Javanese). Haji Asraf was a pious man. His clan called him Harimau Berantai meaning chained tiger. A tiger who was chained by his faith and religion. The Islamic faith chained the tiger from running amok.

Terima kasih banyak amirulhusnitekpi :)

 

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #23 on: 29/07/2007 15:41 »
....... who fought the Dutch Colonial forces in the war of independence of Indonesia during the middle of the 15th century.....

Excuse me on this one: The VOC was founded 20-03-1602 that's the 17th century   ::)
The Portugese where earlier in Indonesia, there is something wrong in your information ;)

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #24 on: 29/07/2007 16:49 »
Good point Mas Eric,

Maybe a typo or simple error?

Perhaps, someone on the forum could give us more information regarding Haji Asraf? I for one would be interested just for interests sake.

Anyway, regardless of the historical aspect, Silat HB is certainly a very effective no nonsense system :)

amirulhusnitekpi

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #25 on: 03/08/2007 16:36 »
Assalamua'laikum and peace to all,

Thanks for the correction, EricB  :)

As i said, this was just my translation of the original text done by Guru Jak some years ago when he had his silat website.

For more info, try contacting Guru Jak.

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #26 on: 04/08/2007 04:08 »
well maybe he might have gotten mixed up and thought it was in the 1500's and called that the 15th century by accident.  It is very easy to mistake a date by a year or 2 and then think that the 1500s was the 15th century, and in such a case a minor mistake can look like a gap of 200 years.
Thanks be to God, we still have gotten lovely information from Amir.

So this whole school of Muslim Wing Chun that you were talking about is entirely founded and based in malaysia? :)

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Rebo Paing

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #27 on: 04/08/2007 10:25 »

So this whole school of Muslim Wing Chun that you were talking about is entirely founded and based in malaysia? :)


I don't know anything about the Malaysian Wing Chun ... however it is certainly plausible that a Wing Chun branch had migrated to Malaysia, and also that an off-shoot could be founded there as well. Chinese can be found throughout South East Asia. I suspect that a DNA investigativce trail would find a Sino DNA strain through most asians ...

I read somewhere that Wing Chun is one of the most widely used MA's to be used as a base for some other MA ... so technically, a style of Wing Chun could be founded anywhere  :).

Same goes for silat I guess. Silat Pertempuran is a case in point, it was founded in the US by Sean Stark. Same goes for many of the other US off-shoots.

The bottom line is that we all have similar nervous systems, skeleton, muscle structure, body core etc .. so once the principles of movement (for any particular art or style) have been aquired and internalised, it can be built upon or used by the individual who has truly internalised the principles of movement ... that epiphany can then lead to inspiration and therein lies the ART, which you can call anything you like.

However the problem exists that an individual might think they've internalised the principles ... when they haven't ... hehe, and then we have McSilat, or McWingChun etc. etc.

Salam,
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amirulhusnitekpi

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Re: Jawa Silat in Malaysia
« Reply #28 on: 19/09/2008 21:06 »
Assalamua'laikum

It's been a long time. Selamat berpuasa semua!

I just want to share a new Youtube video depicting Silat Seranteh Malaysia, a Javanese silat in Malaysia that was one of the topics talked about here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrGHtg4WhE4

Their website is:

http://seranteh.blogspot.com/

Enjoy.

wassalaam
« Last Edit: 20/09/2008 13:47 by amirulhusnitekpi »

 

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