Archive for the Hung Ga Kuen Category


Grand Master Lam Chun Chung, Vincent Liu: Fifth Brother Eight Symbols Staff of Hung Gar

NaamKyun.com proudly presents a very special guest article written by Grand Master Lam Chun Chung and his disciple Vincent Liu. Techniques are demonstrated by Grand Master Lam Chun Sing. This staff form is one of the most famous forms in the Hung Gar Curriculum. The form was created by the fifth brother of the Yeung […]

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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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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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Free Poster: Hung Ga Kyun’s “Iron Thread Set” (Tit Sin Kyun)

Another free Hung Ga Kyun poster to download – Ng Bing Kuen sifu’s “Iron Wire Set” (Tit Sin Kyun), Hung Ga Kyun’s high level form focussing on qigong. Ng sifu is well known for his openness and willingness to share this treasure. He teaches in Shaukeiwan, on Hongkong island.

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Wong Man Kai – A Brief Biography of Lau Cham

Lau Cham was born in Sanwui. He already liked martial arts at a young age. He was introduced to my sifu and then started to learn kung fu. Under my sifu’s tutelage, Lau Cham’s kung fu improved a lot. When he was learning, my sijou, Wong Fei Hung, said that Lau Cham was a good […]

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Free Poster: Hung Ga Kyun’s “Taming of the Tiger in Gung Pattern”

Hung Ga Kyun’s “Taming of the Tiger in Gung Pattern” (Gung Ji Fuk Fu Kyun) is the oldest fundamental set of Wong Fei Hung’s Hung Ga Kyun. It belongs – together “Tiger Crane Double Form” (Fu Hok Seung Ying) and “Iron Thread” (Tit Sin Kyun) – to the so called “Three Treasures of Hung Kyun” […]

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The Blue House, a piece of Hung Kyun history

Walking through Hongkong you might expect to be able to visit many spots which are linked to our martial art Hung Kyun. In reality this is sadly not the case. Usually the school of a sifu who passed away will be closed. Also ground and building prices are very high in Hongkong, leading to the […]

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Wong Man Kai – A Biography of My Sifu, Lam Sai Wing

  My sifu, Lam Sai Wing, was born in Pingjau village, Naamhoi district. He was born into a kung fu family. Jin Jeung Kyun (Arrow Palm Set) and Hang Yut Dou (Crescent Moon Knives) were both techniques of his family. Logically, Lam Sai Wing started his kung fu training at a young age and he […]

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Grand Master Lam Cho – Geui Chung Dou

The set Geui Chung Dou (Butterfly Knives of Geui Chung) is named after my ancestor, Lam Saam Gung, who created the set. The set is also called the Hang Yut Dou (Crescent Moon Knives), because of its techniques. Lam Saam Gung learned Siulam kung fu and he was very good at knife techniques. After he […]

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Practical Hung Kyun Czech Republic – Jihlava Branch

Practical Hung Kyun: Combat and self-defence, strength and conditioning, philosophy and personal development – new video of my students from Jihlava branch of our school.Practical usage on many levels, traditioal martial art for modern world. Jihlava branch’s guys (we call them Hung kyun Ultras 🙂 ) are training hard- very sincere and hard working guys […]

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