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Kassman Taekwondo Club Is Growing

Since its inception in 2007, the Kassman Teakwondo Club has been teaching martial arts enthusiasts, at the Don Bosco Technical Institute in Port Moresby.


The club has produced some of PNG’s top Taekwondo athletes, in the likes of Anton Aitsi, and Theresa Tona.

Martial Arts enthusiasts flock to the Don Bosco Technical Institute basketball courts, every Saturday morning, for their weekly Taekwondo sessions.


Most participants are beginners, ranging from the U-10s to the seniors, and it’s apparently obvious, taekwondo is for everyone.


The Kassman Taekwondo club has grown over the last 10 years, with an increase of enthusiastic students each year.


Anton Aitsi, a student, has been conducting classes alongside his instructors for the past few years, and hopes to one day open his very own taekwondo club.


Club founder and instructor, Edward Kassman and his family, have been running the club since 2004, and are delighted to see the club grow.


Most taekwondo talents have been picked up through the annual sessions, before they undergo specified training regimes, to strengthen their techniques. He also hopes to instil discipline in his young students.


The Club is open to the General Public. Annual registration fee is K30.00 and K1.00 per session attended.


All are welcome to join and learn the art of Taekwondo. All beginners’ classes, commence at 9:00 till 12:00 mid-day, while the open women’s classes, are from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

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