This issue's highlights:
Guru Mat Dian Md Ibrahim - Preserving the wardance in Silat Terlak Tunjai 12 because it is the true heritage of the Melayu people. Spare the art, spoil the silat.
Mat Seman ‘Kipas Lanun’ Nook Kok – What made this fighter cry tears of sorrow in a muay thai ring?
The time has come for the masters to see the limelight – Azlan Ghanie reminds us all of the wise saying "we are important, the elders are necessary".
Don't hurt our host! – ‘Human Weapon’ producer worried Gayong players to rough up actors after witnessing Malaysian style silat training.
Persaudaraan Setia Hati Singapura – Cikgu Aeji Al Haj Karma studied Setia Hati for awareness and humility.
Badik, the personal weapon for loved ones – The Melayu Weapons column returns!
Secret in Sight – Combat sport tips by Azlan Ghanie to observe the opponent's footwork, hands, eyes and movement.
Drunken Kung Fu Champion – Jackie Chan replaces Bruce Lee as the loved heros of the Chinese but finds it difficult to be replaced.
The destined hero – Salahuddin Al Ayyubi never once dreamed of becoming a champion but hopes for his arrival flared up hundreds of year before his victory reclaiming Baitul Maqdis.