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Pukulan Tjiminde was developed in the small town of Tjiminde in West Java. A Chinese Master and an Indonesian Master combined a style of Indonesian Silat and a style of Chinese Chaun-Fa (also called Kung-Fu). It took them three years of daily study and practice to develop our style of Pukulan.

Pukulan Tjiminde was brought to this country by Mas Guru Agung Willy Wetzel. Guru Willy Wetzel was ninth degree Golden Dragon Black Belt. He opened the first Pukulan school in Beaver Falls, PA in 1956. Guru Willy Wetzel continued teaching until his death on March 16, 1975. Although he is gone, his teaching and spirit lives on in all of his students.

The Story Continues…

As each generation of students become teachers, they learn their own lessons and leave their own mark on the art where they teach it.

When a teacher personalizes the training sufficiently within their own school to show particular distinctions from other branches of the art, Guru Willy Wetzel taught that that teacher should add a third name to the art to show that it is a distinct branch of the lineage.

The Story Continues…

As each generation of students become teachers, they learn their own lessons and leave their own mark on the art where they teach it.

When a teacher personalizes the training sufficiently within their own school to show particular distinctions from other branches of the art, Guru Willy Wetzel taught that that teacher should add a third name to the art to show that it is a distinct branch of the lineage.

At Golden Naga, the branch of the lineage that we teach is denoted as Masan.

A Sixth River School...

At Golden Naga, when we refer to rivers of practitioners, we mean blood-lines, or generations of teachers. Guru Willy Wetzel’s teacher was taught by the “well,” meaning the original source of the art, and so was ‘first river’. This means that Guru Willy Wetzel was second river, and his students are third river. Students at Golden Naga are all sixth river practitioners.

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Golden Naga Martial Arts Center
857 SW Western Blvd.
Corvallis, OR 97333

541-714-5419

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Counties Served: Linn County, Benton County
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857 SW Western Blvd, Corvallis, OR 97333

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