Hung Ga Kuen
Leung Kam Kwong (梁鑑光) Grand master Leung is a long-time student of Wong Lei. Grand master Leung would always manage the lion dance performances by the school of Wong Lei. Actually, Wong Lei did not perform or teach lion dance himself (just as Lam Cho). Therefore, the lion dance skills of grand master Leung did […]
I have the honour to introduce the lineage of Sifu Raymond Wong Chung Man to you. Sifu Wong Chung Man is a Hung Ga master in Hong Kong. He learned his kungfu from Grand master Leung Kam Kwong, who was a student of famous, late Grandmaster Wong Lei (also spelled as Wong Lee). Wong Lei […]
In the history of Hung Gar Kuen one famous master is Lam Sai Wing, he was a disciple of the Chinese folk hero Wong Fei Hung. Lam Sai Wing’s students published 3 books with pictures of their master showing the 3 treasures of Hung Gar Kuen. There are more and more articles about Lam Sai […]
Short Chinese martial arts demo, Trutnov branch of our association: warm-up and breathing exercises stances, basic exercises, focus mitts/kicking shileds drills sets and sparring sets strength and conditioning self-defense, full contact fighting weapons Best wishes to the student of the new branch, work hard guys! Practical Hung Kyun!
Sad News for Lam Family Hung Kuen – Grandmaster Tang Kwok-Wah (Dang Gwokwa), one of the best students and adopted son of Grandmaster Lam Jou, has passed away. Dang sifu was born in 1924. He has started to learn gungfu under the guidance of Grandmaster Lam Jou when he was 8 years old. He was […]
We have been in e-mail contact with Frank Bolte sifu for ages, sharing the same passion for the art of Hung Ga Kuen (Hung Ga Kyun), discussing the theory, history and application. Eventually we have met in 2008 in Hong Kong, and after he moved back from Philippines to Hannover, we started to plan his […]
Article from an old gungfu magazine about Fukgin “Five Pattern” Hung kuen (Hung Kyun) of Yuen Yik Kai sifu. This rare system is similar to Ng Jou Kyun (Five Ancestors), Wing Cheun Baak Hok (White Crane) and other Fujian/Fukgin systems, quite different form the common Gwongdung Hung Ga Kuen. Article describes in some details all […]