Code of Conduct

Wing Chun Code of Conduct

  • Remain disciplined - conduct yourself ethically as a martial artist
  • Practice courtesy and righteousness - serve the community and honor your family
  • Love your fellow students - Be united and avoid conflicts
  • Limit your desires and pursuit of bodily pleasures - preserve the proper spirit
  • Train diligently - maintain your skills
  • Learn to develop spiritual tranquility - abstain from arguments and fights
  • Participate in society - be conservative, cultured and gentle in your manners
  • Help the weak and the very young - use your martial skill for the good of humanity
  • Pass on the tradition - preserve this Chinese art and its rules of conduct

Karate Dojo Code of Conduct

  • Exert oneself in the perfection of character
  • Be faithful and sincere
  • Cultivate the spirit of perseverance
  • Be respectful and courteous
  • Refrain from impetuous and violent behaviour

Jujutsu's Bushido Code

Jujutsu continually strives to live up to the seven principles of the Code of Bushido, The Way of the Warrior, which teaches humility, truthfulness, bravery benevolence, compassion, sincerity, loyalty and devotion in all aspects of our lives, including to our families, friends, and country. Bushido was originally the warrior code of the samurai, and demanded loyalty, devotion, and honor to the death.

There are seven virtues associated with Bushido:

  • Gi - Rectitude, being just, making the right decision.
  • Yu - Courage, valor, bravery
  • Jin - Benevolence
  • Rei - Respect, proper behavior, courtesy, respect, politeness.
  • Makoto - Honesty, truth, veracity
  • Meiyo - Honor, glory
  • Chugi - Loyalty, devotion
Last Updated (Monday, 08 Nov 2010)