Shogun Martial Arts Centre, Shito-Ryu, was founded by Sensei Kong Wing Loh- 8th Dan Black belt
in Shito-Ryu Karate and 6th Dan Black
belt in Okinawan Kobudo.
For over 40 years, Sensei Kong Wing Loh has taught countless students,
young and old the art of karate.
Through his dedication, and the commitment of the Shogun team and community,
Shogun Martial Arts Centre has grown to become
Australia's leading Karate Dojo.
Shihan Kong-Wing Loh: Regarded as one of the finest karate exponents, Kong-Wing Loh began his martial arts career in 1968.
Born in Singapore on January 27th 1952, he began his martial arts career studying Shito-Ryu Karate
at 16 years of age, after 4 years Judo and boxing in high school.
Holder of 8th Dan Black belt in Shito-Ryu Karate, 6th Dan Black belt in Okinawan Kobudo, Kong Wing has produced many
state and national champions and is currently the Chief Instructor and Program Director of Shogun Martial Arts Centre
in Moonee Ponds Victoria, Australia. Always competitively active, he was one of the top five fighters awarded in Los Angeles
at the 3rd WUKO Championship in 1975, after competing in the 1st and 2nd World Karate Championship in Tokyo and Paris
in 1970 and 1972 respectively. Traditionally trained, Kong Wing quickly established himself as a key player in the Asia Pacific Region.
He won the inaugural Asia Pacific Karate-do Championship and was the first person to beat a top Shotokan fighter in the open weight division. In 1974, he was appointed by the Sultan of Brunei as a private instructor to the Royal Family of Brunei.
During his appointment, Kong Wing spread Shito-Ryu Karate to the Brunei Police Department, Youth Department and International School. Kong Wing has continuously maintained a strong profile in the martial arts scene after immigrating to Australia in 1980.
To gain recognition for his expertise in the adopted country, he again competed in several state and national titles in free
sparing and Kata, winning him a place in the Australian team for APUKO in Nagoya in 1983.