By Brian T. Kwan/Associated PressWhile there are no official martial arts training camps, the popularity of martial arts in schools and the rise of martial artists in Hollywood and elsewhere are helping push the art to the forefront of popular culture.
The martial arts community has developed an online community and a website, where martial artists share their stories and techniques.
This week, the martial arts industry is looking to promote its members’ talents to mainstream audiences.
The International Society of the Study of Kung Fu, which publishes the magazine “Kung Fu,” has launched an online martial arts program called “Karate for a New Generation.”
It is a one-hour training session with instructors from around the world, including an Asian-American who specializes in taekwondo.
The first session will be hosted at the Hong Kong headquarters of the International Tai Chi Federation, a group that includes professional kung fu practitioners from Hong Kong and Taiwan.
The program will be followed by workshops in the United States and other countries.
The training program, which is not for adults, will be taught in the Kui Chi School in Brooklyn, N.Y.
The ITSF, which has a membership of more than 10,000 members, is part of the umbrella organization of the IKF, the International Karate Federation.
The Kui-Chi School, a former Buddhist monastery on the waterfront of Brooklyn, is the most prominent place in the world for the study of Kui Ching, a form of Chinese martial art practiced in Japan.
The form of Kai-Chu, or sword fighting, is based on the principles of Taekwara, or Chinese sword arts.
It is practiced primarily in China, and some American practitioners are trained in the art.
Kung fu in the U.S. has been in decline for decades, according to the Association of Boxing Commissions.
The number of people practicing the art has fallen sharply in recent decades, from more than 3 million in 1997 to less than 1.5 million in 2012.