Individual Author Record
Name: Don Hyun KiolbassaPen Name: Kung Fu-Cious Genre: Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born:
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-- Don Hyun Kiolbassa on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=don+hyun+kiolbassa
Illinois ConnectionKiolbassa lives and works in Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationDonald Hyun Kiolbassa is Kung Fu-Cious. Kung Fu-Cious is short for "Kung Fu Consciousness." It is an attempt to live your life through Kung Fu Consciousness. His book, ''Discover Your Dragon'' is a non-fiction self-impovement book, which translates Asian principles to everyday living. Kiolbassa is a gold medalist for the United States 2008 Chinese Martial Arts Team. He studied martial arts while living in seclusion at the Shaolin Temple with the Shaolin Monks and Wudan Mountain in China. His martial arts abilities have lead him to do entertainment work for Disney and Warner Bros. He is the man behind the moves of several monumental video games. He has studied extensively throughout Asia and Latin America. He is a licensed attorney and licensed Certified Public Accountant (KPMG LLP alumni). During his free time, he is an adjunct law professor and serves on the boards of several charitable organizations.
Speaking EngagementsSpeaking Engagement Availability (Yes) Kiolbassa provides a sophisticated level of public speaking ability with a high impact live performance. He has spoken hundreds of times around the world to almost every age range and every demographic. To inquire about speaking engagements, please contact the author through his web site at [http://www.donhyunkungfu.com/public-speaking/ http //www.donhyunkungfu.com/public-speaking/].
Selected Titles At Your Library
Discover your dragon :
ISBN: 0983603510. OCLC Number: 798615767 First Flight Books,. . Hard work, health, balance, skills, and goals. These are the five simple, but not easy, steps. Asian principles are translated to Western everyday living through the true stories of the author as he lived as a monk at the legendary Shaolin Temple.