Mr. Hwee began his Martial arts training at the age of twelve earning his belts in Kung-Fu and Tae Kwon Do. He trained extensively and became proficient in particular, in the styles of Shaolin Kempo (Five Animals), Wing Chun, Chin Na, Chi Kung. While an undergraduate at Boston College in 1980, he founded and was the chief instructor of the Boston College Kung Fu Club until 1987. Since 1982 he has been an instructor with the Boston College Shotokan Club. In 1996, Mr. Hwee began his formal training in Shotokan under the direct instruction of Grandmaster Kazumi Tabata. He has been actively involved as an instructor with the NAKF and NECKC and is the Chief instructor at the Boston University Karate Club. Currently, He conducts extensive Self Defense seminars with emphasis on utilizing pressure points, trapping, distancing and energy. Mr. Hwee trains under Grandmaster Dr. John M. So O.M.D. to refine his skills in Chi Kung, Kung Fu, and Tai Chi Chuan while continuing his Shotokan training under Grandmaster Kazumi Tabata.