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Indonesian Martial Arts Find Home in Utahi
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June 17, 2014 4:17 PM
Martial arts imported from East Asia have long been part of the U.S. sports landscape. For decades, it has been common to see American students take self-defense classes in Taekwondo from Korea and Judo from Japan. One school in the western U.S. state of Utah is teaching something a bit different from Indonesia. In this report narrated by Marissa Melton, VOA's Alam Burhanan tells us about Merpati Putih classes.

Indonesian Martial Arts Find Home in Utah

Published June 17, 2014

Martial arts imported from East Asia have long been part of the U.S. sports landscape. For decades, it has been common to see American students take self-defense classes in Taekwondo from Korea and Judo from Japan. One school in the western U.S. state of Utah is teaching something a bit different from Indonesia. In this report narrated by Marissa Melton, VOA's Alam Burhanan tells us about Merpati Putih classes.


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