Archive for September, 2012


Real Kung Fu – Fierce, Accurate, Fast and Powerful!

“It is better to be powerful than to know hundreds of techniques”; “It is better to be fast than to know hundreds of techniques”. “Fierceness, Accuracy, Speed, Power” (Han, Jeun, Faai, Ging) are the four “secret” key words of practical combat., four aspects of real Kung Fu.  How does your training reflect those four aspects? […]

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Full Contact Shaolin Kung Fu

Shaolin Kung Fu in  a full contact ring? Why not! Juts look at lay Shaolin disicple Yi Long, who shines in the national Chinese Sanda tournament, Wulin Feng. Real Shaolin Monk, layman disciple of Shaolinor just Shaolin Kung Fu practitioner, cross-training or not, well, who cares – he definitely posseses some good figting skill and […]

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Bruce Lee Remix: Be Water, My Friend!

“Be like water making its way through cracks. Do not be assertive, but adjust to the object, and you shall find a way around or through it. If nothing within you stays rigid, outward things will disclose themselves. Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes […]

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Wing Chun Sifu Wilhelm Blech (1952-2012)

Very sad news from the European Lok Yiu Wing Chun Internation Martial Arts Association: Sifu Wilhelm Blech (Wei Lam) passed away September 7th 2012 after a long illness. Sifu Blech was the only European To Dai of Master Lok Yiu. He brought Lok Yiu Wing Chun to Europe and founded the ELYWCIMAA. His To Dai, […]

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Tiger-Claw Style – A Brief Biography of Wong Moon Toy

One of the sister styles of Hung Ga Kung Fu is the Tiger-Claw System. Nowadays, this system is popular in USA, especially New York Area. In the Tiger-Claw System they also practise some Hung Ga forms. They even use the lineage of Wong Fei Hung (partly). Furthermore, their lineage also is connected to Lam Sai […]

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Once Upon a Time in China…

Street performers, coolies, rikshas, thieves and beggars, scholars and rich merchants, busy crowded streets, “flower boats” and opium dens… Last few men with the queues, more of them in western suits… End of colonial times, the melting pot of traditional and modern. Those were the times Times of famous Masters of different styles like Hung […]

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