Brawl at Taipei karate ‘dojo’ injures three: police

Taipei Times
Date: Feb 19, 2016
By: Staff writer, with CNA

After a heated dispute over martial arts on Facebook, rivals from two different schools faced off against each other in a sparring match that turned into a brawl that injured three people at a dojo in Taipei, police said.

At the center of the fighting were 51-year-old karate instructor Chu Hsueh-chang and a 27-year-old male surnamed Tsai.

The Da-an District Police office received an emergency call late on Monday night that a fight had broken out at Chu’s dojo, and officers were dispatched to the scene. When the police arrived outside the dojo, there were more than 10 men and women gathered outside, with some saying that a fight was taking place inside the building.     [FULL  STORY]

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