Fang Hui Huang, a black belt in Taekwondo, inspects a banner proclaiming the 32nd anniversary of his school where he teaches the martial art. An immigrant from Taiwan, Master Huang has devoted his life to Taekwondo since opening his studio in Flushing, New York, in 1987. For Master Huang, Taekwondo wasn't just a way to learn physical fighting skills. The practice taught him perseverance, integrity, and the Taekwondo spirit.
For years Master Huang dreamt of having his students complete at the international level, but today he faces the dilemma of continuing to teach the Taekwondo spirit while looking for a successor who will keep the studio open.
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