Archive for March, 2013


Wong Man Kai: A Brief Biography of Lam Cho

Lam Cho Daai Si (1910-2012): Grand Master of Southern Shaolin Hung Ga Kyun, the Man, the Legend. It has been one year since he left us, and we miss him a lot, every day. NaamKyun.com wants to pay the respect to the late Grand Master and brings you an extensive biography of Lam Cho Daai […]

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Hap Gar Kung Fu: Interview with David Rogers Sifu

How would you describe Hap Gar to newbie/pro? For the newbie: Hap Gar is a martial art from Southern China with roots in the Tibetan systems. It is characterised by ‘long arm’ movements in which strikes are thrown in wide arcs, generating a lot of force. The routines are very beautiful to watch- often mimicking […]

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Jau Family Eight Diagram Long Pole Ebook

Taam Hom Sifu, Grand Master of “Taam Family Three Extensions System” (Taam Ga Saam Jin Kyun, one of the Siulam/”old Hung Kyun” systems ) was known in Hong Kong as  “Long Pole King” (Gwan Wong). His famous long pole skill comes from Jau Family (鄒, ie. not Jau 周 of commonly known Hung Tau Choi […]

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Baan Jung Siu Lam Wing Chun: Chinese TV report about Sifu Ivan Rzounek’s Becoming a Personal Disciple of Grand Master Leung Wai Choi

A few days ago expedition of sifu Rzounek Ivan and his kung fu school returned from studying in China. Sifu Ivan Rzounek went to China for the first time in 1993 and since then regularly go there to learn, every year, sometimes for several months. The last five years has been to study Baan Fung […]

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Critique of Southern Shaolin Hung Kuen, An Historical Perspective by David Smith

Critical  review  of a new book: David Smith, Southern Shaolin Hung Kuen, An Historical Perspective, Bristol 2013. My Personal Bias I am part of the lineage of which Mr. Smith is speaking about so please keep that in mind when reading this review. I am very critical of this book, its attitude, its erratic nature, […]

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