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Instituto Argentino de Chaiu-Do-Kwan (Argentina)

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[Flag of Instituto Argentino de Chaiu-Do-Kwan]
by Ivan Sache, 01 Aug 2010 See also:

About the Instituto Argentino de Chaiu-Do-Kwan

Chaiu-Do-Kwan is a martial art created in the 1970s by Argentines of Korean origin; Chaiu Do Kwan means "The School of the Free Way" in Korean.

The Instituto Argentino de Chaiu-Do-Kwan (Chaiu-Do-Kwan Argentinian Institute) was founded on 1 June 1986 by the masters Hugo Chaparro and Ricardo Rodríguez. Its main seat is located in Ituzaingó, with 12 branches all over the country.

Ivan Sache 01 Aug 2010

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Description of the flag

The flag of the Instituto Argentino de Chaiu-Do-Kwan, unveiled on 9 July 2010, was designed for the celebration of the 24th anniversary of the foundation of the institute. The flag is white with the institute's emblem in the middle. The name of the branch is embroidered on a ribbon attached to the flag.

The emblem of the Instituto Argentino de Chaiu-Do-Kwan is a white disk charged with a hand holding a stick placed horizontally and two daggers crossed per saltire, all red except the dagger's hilts, which are black. The name of the institute is written in black capital letters around the inner border of the emblem.

Ivan Sache 01 Aug 2010

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