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Compared to the Shotokan and Uchinadi curricula, the originality of the Ahnan Tomari-te安南泊手 program from the 9th kyu to the 5th dan of the ATKO is due to a high number of renzoku連続 or motor combinations, of goshin護身 or self-defense techniques, of yakusoku kumite約束組手 or pre-established fighting techniques, of koryu waza古流技 or ancient techniques, of taolu套路 or sequences that give particular fluidity to the movements together with several “lost” kata of Okinawa. The curriculum from the 6th dan has further insights focusing on combat management and various Chinese forms related to Taoist animals that come from both the Waijia外家 and Neijia内家 programs. Opposed to the hard and external martial arts or Waijia, the soft and internal ones or Neijia, they are so defined because they come from the Neijing内經 repertoire, the oldest Chinese book attributed to Huangdì, the mythical Yellow Emperor.

Mudansha (KYU)

9th Kyu White Belt

Chong U 1 (Wong-Peng)

8th Kyu Yellow Belt

A10 (combination 1)
Gedan Barai (combo 2)

7th Kyu Orange Belt

Chong U 2 (Wong-Peng)
Tachi (combo 3)
Gyaku Seiken (combo 4)

6th Kyu Red Belt

Keri (combo 5)
C10 (combo 6)

5th Kyu Green Belt

Chong U 3 (Wong-Peng)
Chudan Zuki Uchi Uke Kiai (combo 7)

4th Kyu Blue Belt

Nihon, Sambon, Chudan Zuki (combo 8)

3th Kyu Purple Belt

Chong U 4 (Wong-Peng)
Feng Shou (combo 9)

2nd Kyu Brown Belt

Sei Chung (combo 10)

1st Kyu Brown Belt

Chong U 5 (Ahnan-Peng)
Li Fa (combo 11)

Yudansha (DAN)

Shodan 1st Black Belt

Unuibu (Ahnan)
Ei Long Chuan 1 (Wong-Peng)
Nai Chuan Fa (combo 12)

Nidan 2nd Black Belt

Chinsu (Ahnan-Matsumora)
Ei Long Chuan 2 (Wong-Peng)
Shih Shih (combo 13)

Sandan 3th Black Belt

Chinpe (Ahnan-Oyadomari)
Ei Long Chuan 3 (Wong-Peng)
Uin Shou (combo 14)

Yondan 4th Black Belt

Chinese Rohai (Ahnan)
Ei Long Chuan 4 (Wong-Peng)
Ei Long Chuan 5 (Wong-Peng)
Num Ki (combo 15)

Godan 5th Black Belt

Chinese Wanduan (Ahnan)
Ei Long Chuan 6 (Wong-Peng)
Ei Long Chuan 7 (Wong-Peng)

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