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It never rains but pours. This month we're seeing 4 shihans come through Singapore and it's not that they're coming all for the same big event either.
I guess they're all coming through the region and Singapore is a convenient place to stop off so the aikido community here is lucky enough to have so many all crammed into one month. My dojo is fortunate to have three of them kindly conducting sessions there. And I was lucky enough to go watch from the sidelines one class last weekend just to see the remaining shihan.
I've seen two so far and this week brings the other two. I'm looking forward to their guest-instructing at my dojo. There are certainly benefits to being the airhub of SE Asia and on route to the Pacific region.