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Don Hyun K presents … The motion behind the video games…
Don Hyun K
Don Hyun K is a gold medalist for the USA Chinese Martial Arts Team (World Games 2008). He is one of the few foreigners in the world to train in seclusion at the Shaolin Temple. His work with the Shaolin Monks landed him a spot as one of Donnie Yen’s elite K-Stars for martial arts stunt work in Hong Kong cinema. His martial arts abilities have also lead him to do work for Warner Brothers as a motion capture artist for The Mortal Kombat video game.
They interface with production teams to provide choreography, stunt work, and action based sequences for a wide variety of projects while providing a wide range of action services from action choreography, acting, stunt work, and fight sequences.
Chii Sakurabi is a J-POP singer from Tokyo, Japan. She has performed live throughout Tokyo for over three years and recently moved to the United States where she is expanding her music career internationally. Chii and composer Nucky have written original songs with a fantasy world concept. Chii released her first album, “Mirage,” in November 2011. This album has both high-energy and ambient styles, including some songs with English and Japanese versions. With Chii’s amazing voice and adorable dances, you can’t help but fall entranced into her world! Chii’s current ambition is to share Japanese fairytales through music. Enjoy her fantasy world! Visit Chii online at www.chiisakurabi.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ChiiSakurabi
The husband and wife team of Daniel and Jillian Coglan are full-time martial art instructors, specializing in 16th century Samurai arts. When not teaching at their dojo, the Kojokan, they travel the United States performing and teaching the ancient ways of the most famous warriors in history. With a combined 35 years of experience, their show is a unique blend of history, combative skill, and humor, designed to educate and entertain audiences both large and small. Beyond their martial skills, the dynamic duo collaborated to write, direct, host, and star in a 12 episode TV series entitled, “The Way of The Samurai.” Daniel is also an author, with several martial art articles published, and is currently working on his second full-length novel.