PHILADELPHIA MEGA MARTIAL ARTS EXPO
The goal of PHMAS is to foster a larger Martial Arts community that supports, shares, and learns from one another. Not only will we continue to celebrate the accomplishments of our fellow martial artists at the Hall of Fame | Hall of Honor Banquet, we want to offer other attractions such as seminars and demonstrations, that will promote an exchange of techniques and ideas.
We look forward to our annual banquet every year to re-convene, catch up with old friends, and celebrate all who contribute to our Martial Arts community. Join us for our second annual Philadelphia Mega Martial Arts Expo!
We want to thank all who attended our first Expo, which occurred in 2019. This was our first attempt at making this occasion a bigger event and we really appreciate the turnout. Moving forward, we are always looking for areas to improve, to make a better experience for everyone.
This year there will be a few changes:
Location: The venue for this year's Expo has been moved to the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue.
Schedule of Events: This year there will be no events on Friday and Sunday. The Expo and Banquet will all be held on Saturday, July 24th 2021.
Awards: This year more award categories were added, to further honor our Hall of Fame Members and extend awards to leaders and servants of the community.
Available to HOF Alumni members only
-Silver Achievement Award -- 30 Years of Martial Arts Excellence
-Gold Achievement Award -- 40 Years of Martial Arts Excellence
-Platinum Achievement Award -- 50 Years of Martial Arts Excellence
-Diamond Achievement Award -- 60 Years of Martial Arts Excellence
Available to all Martial Artists and Non-Martial Artists
-Community Leadership Award -- Awarded to civic leaders and public servants for outstanding work in their local communities.
-Humanitarian Service Award -- Awarded to individuals whose contributions to society extend beyond their local community.
Harry began his entrepreneurial career in the entertainment industry early on due to his well-known expertise in the martial arts field. Having been inducted into 16 Black Belt & World Masters Hall of Fames including two Presidential Awards, Harry began his
early training at the age of 8, performing Lion Dancing (Martin Jue) and studying Shotokan (Norman Fong), Choy Lay Fut (Doc Fai Wong), Sil Lum (Wing Lam), Kajukenbo/Jukendo (SGM Pete Morales, Earl Boles Sr.) and is ranked 9th degree Kajukenbo Gaylord Method. Other awards achieved in filmmaking include, Producing, Directing, Writing and Acting.
Compelled to express his Martial Arts talents and bring Martial Arts awareness to the screen, Harry began working as an actor/stuntman, performing and or starring in such films as Rambo II, Uncommon Valor, TC 2000, Talons of the Eagle, Forbidden Power, Femme Fontaine, For life or death, College Kick boxer’s, The Vineyard, Tiger Claws II, Ninja Busters and more. Forbidden Power has recently won its 31 1st place IMDB sanctioned Film Festival awards.
Benny "The Jet" Urquidez
Benny Urquidez, is an American kickboxer, martial arts choreographer and actor. Urquidez was a non-contact karate competitor who later pioneered full-contact fighting in the United States. Benny began competing in 1958, at the age of five, in "peewee" boxing and wrestling in Los Angeles. His martial arts instruction started when he was seven years old; his first formal teacher was Bill Ryusaki. Urquidez received his black belt at the age of 14, a highly unusual feat in the 1960s.
He made the transition from point to full-contact karate in 1974 – the year of its inception in the U.S., frequently fighting in bouts where the rules were ambiguous and contrasts in styles were dramatic. Urquidez is also known for once holding the rare achievement of six world titles in five different weight divisions and remained largely undefeated in his 27-year career. Between 1974 and 1993, he amassed a documented professional record of 49–1–1 (win-loss-draw) with 35 knockouts and two controversial no-contests, although he is also supposed to have an additional record of 10–0–1 (10 KOs) in undocumented professional fights, making a total of 59–1–2–2 (45 KOs). Black Belt magazine voted Urquidez "Competitor of the Year" in 1978.
Shan Charng is an actor and assistant director, known for The Wild Panther (1984), Shaolin vs. Lama (1983) and The Angry Young Man (1983).
Chiu Chi Ling is a martial artist and actor who appears mostly in Kung Fu style movies produced in Hong Kong. He also teaches Hung Gar Kung Fu at Chiu Chi Ling Hung Gar Kung Fu Association, a San Francisco-based martial arts school he founded, and at the old Chiu Family Kwoon in Hong Kong.
He has appeared in over 70 movies, both as an actor and stunt man. His abilities as an actor and martial arts practitioner has allowed him to work with most of the top Hong Kong film makers including Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Chow Yun-fat and Stephen Chow.
Times coming soon...
Harry Mok Seminar
Chi Ling Chiu Seminar
Benny "The Jet" Urquidez Seminar
Charng Shan Seminar
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