The broad and profound traditional Chinese wushu is cultivated as the cultural treasure of the Chinese nation from its diverse cultural uniqueness. Wushu Masters Challenge 2019 takes places from August 1 to 4, 2019, gathering the world’s greatest wushu masters to challenge against one another for the promotion of friendship, as well as the long history of the traditional martial arts. A series of splendid and exciting events will be held, combining the elements of sports, tourism and culture as one of the largest events of the year!
Highly praised across the world from past to present, wushu exemplifies the fascinating charm of the Chinese culture and the sports is actively developing in Macau over the past years. The four-day themed event highlights the three main categories of wushu, namely Dragon and Lion Dance, Taolu and Sanda, which combines the elements of sports, tourism and culture, creating an exciting sports and tourism event.
The participation of residents and tourists is encouraged through different forms of wushu events, enhancing their insights and knowledge of the traditional sport, providing a diversified communication platform for wushu enthusiast, to learn and train, as well as exchanging and sharing their experiences in practicing wushu. The organizers are holding an expansive line-up of wushu activities in different locations to widespread the festive atmosphere to different parts of Macau which residents and tourists will enjoy. Various activities will be held alternately in several venues in Macau.
When: August 1–4, 2019
Wushu and Dragon and Lion Dance Parade – 5:00pm, Sunday, August 4, 2019
Wushu and Dragon and Lion Dance Parade – Ruins of St. Paul’s
How much: Free admission for almost every event, excluding the Suncity Group ICKF World Combat Championship – Macau and the 2019 Wushu Masters Challenge – Closing Extravaganza, which tickets can be bought at the Tap Seac Multisports Pavilion lobby