Wushu Federation of Asia has convened the 51st WFA Executive Committee Meeting on November 8, 2022 at 3PM Beijing time.
President Fok Chun Wan expressed gratitude to all members for their efforts in organizing the online competition during this difficult period. He also expressed appreciation to IWUF, member associations, Secretariat and the Organizing Committee of the Cambodia Southeast Asian Games for their joint efforts, to include wushu competition as an official event in the 2023 Cambodia Southeast Asian Games.
The meeting reported the success host of the 31st Southeast Asian Games in Hanoi, Vietnam. A total of 29 appointed International Technical Officials attended the event and 98 athletes participated in the competition. A total of 70 medals were awarded.
Member Chong Kim Fatt reported that the “2022 China-ASEAN Taijiquan Online Competition” was successfully carried out, which allowed Taijiquan enthusiasts to competeonline, keeping the interest of Wushu alive and laying the groundwork for future development. The competition is opened from November 1 to 15, 2022, public voting from November 21 to 30, examine by professional judges from December 1 to 10 and the results will announced from December 11 to 13.
The Hong Kong Wushu Union was also invited to conduct a bid presentation for the next Asian Junior Wushu Championships. At last, the 51st WFA Executive Committee meeting unanimously approved the hosting of the 11th Asian Junior Wushu Championships by Hong Kong in 2023.