Papua New Guinea (PNG) Kyokushin Karate’s Erima Dojo will open its doors for classes next Monday, according to their official Facebok page.
Chief instructor Sempai Bernard Soari posted that classes would resume on Monday (16 January). In 2016, the club started training at the Bavaroko Primary School hall and Soari said they would have to wait to get the school management’s approval for classes this year.
Soari had initially advised that classes would resume on 11 January.
Anyone interested in Kyokushin training can contact Sempai Bernard through their Facebook page.
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