History of SKC
The Club was founded in 1972 by the late Lim Kwa Chwee sensei and from its humble beginnings the Club has progressed much over the past 39 years.
Accorded a National Sports Association status by the National Sports Council of Singapore since its inception, SKC receives much support from the Sports Council as well as the Japanese Association and the Japanese School. As a member of the International Kendo Federation, SKC conducts training sessions and regular grading for its club members as well as members from clubs affiliated to SKC in Nanyang Polytechnic, the National University of Singapore and Singapore Management University of Singapore.
Apart from the annual East-West Competition, Lim Kwa Chwee Memorial Tournament, Nationals Championship and the Singapore Youth Tournament (in collaboration with SKC affiliated clubs), the Club has from time to time hosted regional events such as the ASEAN Kendo Tournament, last held in Singapore, in October 2010. Outwardly, SKC also participates in the World Kendo Championships held every three years and visits other clubs in the region given the opportunity.
Today, the Club stands strong with members of various nationalities practising the Way of the Sword under one roof.
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