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Introduction to the Wing Chun Martial Art

Wing Chun was created by the Abbess Ng Mui three hundred years ago. Amongst all the martial arts ...

Introduction to the Wing Chun Philosophy

After one is familiar with all the movements in the Wing Chun Forms, he should study and understa...

Siu Nim Tao

Siu Nim Tao is the basic form of Wing Chun. It comprises three specialties: (1) ...

Chum Kiu

Literally, Chum Kiu when translated is the method of how to deal with the opponent’s wrists once ...

Biu Jee

Biu Jee is the form which concentrates an enormous destructive power in attacking. It is to use t...

Mook Jong (Wooden Dummy)

The Wooden Dummy is recognized as the highest skill in Wing Chun. Hence, the majority of Wing Chu...

Chi Sau (Sticking Hands) Part 1

Chi Sau (Sticking Hands) is the necessary step in learning the fighting principles of Wing Chun. ...

Chi Sau (Sticking Hands) Part 2

Facing One’s Shadow, Chasing One’s Shadow & the Centre Line

Sticking ...

The Hidden Power of Siu Nim Tao

My master Ip Man first started teaching Wing Chun in Hong Kong at the Restaurant Worker’s Union A...

Elbow Force

At the time when I followed Grandmaster Ip Man in learning Wing Chun, Ip always emphasized on the...

Chu Shong Tin discusses Nim Tao

(English Translation)

First, I want to begin by speaking about the his...

My Impressions of Ip Man Tong in Foshan

November 9th, 2002 was the grand opening of Ip Man Tong in Foshan City, China. The Hong Kong Ving...

An Interview with Great Grandmaster Ip Man

This article is an English translation of an original interview with Grandmaster Ip Man in the ma...

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