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Art Glass World, a world martial art based on the concept of glass, is a fast-growing global industry with a global reach that spans countries around the globe.

The brand was founded in 2003 by legendary martial arts practitioner David Leong.

Leong, who is known as “The Glass Man” for his trademark red mask and white gloves, says his mission was to create a “world martial art.”

Leong says he learned a lot from his early training in China, Taiwan, India, the Philippines, and Hong Kong, where he studied traditional martial arts from his father, who taught the arts to his grandfather.

“I saw the potential of glass martial arts.

It was very easy to learn,” he says.

“The martial arts are easy to master.

You can go through the basics of a martial art in less than a day.

You learn it quickly, and the best part is that it is totally fun to be able to do it for yourself.

The martial arts can be fun and entertaining, and it is very safe.

You do not have to worry about being killed.”

Leung’s martial arts school opened in Taiwan, where the martial arts were first developed in the 1800s.

Now, Art Glass has branches in Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore.

Leung is now based in Japan and has created two brand-new schools in the country.

The first is in Japan’s capital, Tokyo, where Leong and his team teach traditional martial art called “Kaiyodo” or “Seven Swords.”

The second is in Hong Kong.

Leeng says he wanted to open a second branch in Hong, because of the popularity of the martial art there.

He says the Hong Kong branch was created to give students a “cool experience.”

Leongs vision for the new branch, called the “Art Glass World” has the idea of creating a global brand that can help “people of all ages and ethnicities,” including those in the Philippines.

He hopes to open more branches in other countries around, such as Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines over the next few years.

Leongs school offers students a chance to learn traditional martial techniques in a fun, interactive environment.

In fact, Leong told Fox Sports he was originally inspired by the traditional Chinese martial art of “Daoism.”

“Dooism was very similar to traditional Chinese,” he said.

He says he has also found that traditional Chinese art is a lot more fun to teach to younger people than traditional Chinese. “

Duo is a very similar style of Chinese martial arts to martial arts like Kung Fu, and we have a similar approach with traditional Chinese.”

He says he has also found that traditional Chinese art is a lot more fun to teach to younger people than traditional Chinese.

Leng says he is now in talks with more than 20 countries, including China, Japan, the United States, and India.

“We’re just starting to look for countries that are willing to pay us for the training,” he added.

The name “Art of Glass” is a play on the Chinese word for “art,” “Glass.”

Leang says the word art comes from the word “Ao” meaning “all.”

The “glass” part comes from “Gao” meaning the Chinese “eye.”

Leeng has a history of using the word in his art.

He said he has been using the term for more than 30 years, and he has used it to describe the qualities of art in his books, videos, and lectures.

Le, who has worked for over 20 years in the entertainment industry, says the phrase “Art in Glass” came about because he felt people were not getting the benefit of traditional Chinese arts and martial arts training.

Le said he believes that the term art in glass is an appropriate name for the brand, because it has the potential to bring together martial arts enthusiasts from around the world.

“It is a word that I have used in my books, and I have heard it many times,” he explained.

“If you look at traditional Chinese and the Chinese martial artists, they have this art in their art, and they call it a glass.

I just want people to learn the art in the spirit of glass.

It’s a good term.”

The brand is known for producing the world’s best quality martial arts gear.

The Leong family says the brand is committed to educating the public about the martial culture, and is currently recruiting new martial artists for the first branch in Singapore.

Art Glass will be offering seminars and classes in Singapore this summer and will launch the first of its schools in Hongkong later this year.

Le’s company has trained thousands of students, and says the number of new students is growing daily.

Le says that the Art Glass brand is growing fast and the company is in talks to open branches in more countries.

Le told Fox News he hopes to have