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Wing Tsun Kuen by Leung Ting

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By Leung Ting

The main entire booklet for Wing Tusn approach has been written, together with background and tale of Wing Tsun (Wing Chun), battling tools of the 3 forms-Siu-Nim-Tau (little idea), Chum-Kiu (arm-seeking), Biu-Tze (thrusting-fingers), Muk-Yan Chong (wooden dummy) ideas, Chi Sau (clinging arm) education and power improvement.

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A Favour to Charl ie Wan There was, in Fatshan, an associate of Yip Man, by the nickname of Charlie Wan, who was then badly in need of a large sum of money. Charlie Wan was a pugilist of the Choy Lee Fut style noted for its practical skills of fighting, quite different from those of Wing Tsun Kung-fu. Though they were friends they never discussed martial art techniques, nor did they ever argue over the art of fighting. the two were the better fighter. One of them had thought out a way to test them at last - that was, to hold a contest between the two of them for fund-raising purposes.

4 J n Wing Tsun Style, the late Mr. Yip Man was a ' great Grand Master in the kung-fu world of his time. Having an unusual temperament and self­ respect, Grand M aster Yip paid little attention to the mundane vanities of life , viz fame and fortune , nor did he have the rude and scornful attitude of some kung-fu people. On meeting the man, one found no �. 0" . · I fees imposed on his disciples, usually as much as three taels of silver a month, had resulted in a small number of students in his gymnasium.

Ng Chung So successfully explained the situation to younger Chan Wah Shun, although highly skilled in the art , Jan of Fatshan, the paternal-teacher (si-fu) of Chan This was to say that the elderly m an was actually the kung-fu brother (si· de;) of Yip's own paternal-teacher (si-fu), one of a higher generation than himself, uncle (si-sok) as Yip had to call him Yip M an and his elder kung-fu brothers. Fortunately the people . He revealed that their master, other had not been a scholar, therefore he was not experienced in the art of expressing his view to his according to kung-fu traditions.

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