What is a white belt?

A white belt is a belt in the Pahuyuth. White belts are worn by students of the appropriation level.

Origin of the white color

The combat knowledge of Pahuyuth is traditionally compared to a pure white cloth, which only discolors by its use.

To hint Pahuyuth intermediate students to the difference between knowledge and its usefulness or use, they wear white belts.

Middle school students refine their basic techniques and begin to develop their own fighting style, in particular by passing on and imparting their acquired knowledge to younger students.

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