Biography of Master Malee Khow
Master Malee Khow is President of the U.S.A. National Tai Chi Chuan Federation, Vice President of USAWKF, Chairperson of USAWKF¡¯s Internal and Competition Management Committees, and President and Head Instructor of Malee¡¯s School of Tai Chi & Kung Fu in Manchester, Connecticut. Master Khow was national wushu champion in Thailand from 1985-1989, when she moved to the U.S., opening her school in 1994. She has organized two New England International Chinese Martial Arts Championships, in 1999 and 2002, and the 2005 USAWKF National Championships and U.S. Taolu Team Trials. She also organized the 1st National Wushu Instructors and Judges Courses in 2005. A certified judge by the IWuF, Master Khow was the U.S. taolu judge at the 7th World Wushu Championships in 2003 and U.S. judge at the 1st Traditional Wushu Championships in 2004. She is frequently head judge of Internal styles at major national and international tournaments in the U.S.