Posts Tagged kung


Czech Short Kung-Fu Movie “Wooden Dummy” Online!

Plot: A Praying Mantis sifu from the north comes to Canton and wants to establish a martial arts gym. To do so he wants to challenge some of the famous masters of that area. He challenges a Wing Chun Master named Yip Man, but due to the misunderstanding he ends up fighting with Yip Man’s […]

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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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Documentary: Shaolin Real Kung Fu

An old documenntary about Shaolin Kung Fu training called Shaolin Real Kung Fu (Shaolin Zhen Gongfu 少林真功夫). Strength and conditioning, barehanded sets, weapons, young Jet Li – it is all there! Real or not real, i do not know, but it is definitely interesting documentary to watch – hour and half, in Chinese, with English […]

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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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Hakka Kung Fu Documentary

Short bridges, narrow stance, rounded back and concave chest, short steps, elbows close to the body – characteristic features of many Hakka Kung Fu styles like “White Eyebrow” (Baak Mei), “Dragon Style” (Lung Ying) or various branches of “Southern Mantis” (Naam Paai Tong Long). Hakka (in Cantonese Haak Ga 客家), literaly “Guest Families”, refers to […]

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Wing Chun: Mystery of the Half Point

“Six and Half Point Long Pole” (Luk dim bun gwan  六點半桿) is one of the most famous weapon techniques of Souther Chinese martial arts. It is practiced both in “old Wing Cheun ” and  modern (Fatsaan) Wing Cheun. “Six and Half Point” is part of our Lam Sai Wing’s Hung Ga Kyun curriculum as well. […]

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CCTV-9 Documentary: Power of Southern Boxing

Chinese Kung Fu – interesting TV series of CCTV-9 International Channel! Part 7 and 8 are dedicated to the styles of Southern Fist, Naam Kyun (Nan Quan in Mandarin) – very interesting survey of the systems south of Yang Zi River. International channel means – the documentary is in English, 2x 26 minutes of footage!

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A Short CLF Documentary: “Kung Fu Master”

I am sitting on my balcony in Fatsaan, China, and thinking how to start… I have stayed in here over then three years and during this time I’ve met many sifus around Gwongdung province. One of real sifu and treasure man who I have met here is Leung Wai Wing sifu of Hung Sing Choi […]

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Legend is Gone: Grandmaster Lam Cho Has Passed Away

The saddest day for the art of Hung Ga Kyun and the world of martial arts. The legend is gone. Grandmaster Lam Cho has peacefully passed away at 13:58, 29th of March 2012 Hong Kong Baptist Hospital. Our condelences to Grandmaster’s family. Rest in peace, sigung! Thousands of your grateful students, grandstudents and great-grandstudents from […]

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Ling Naam Wing Chun Kuen

Many years ago I believed that Wing Chun in China is probably dead – based on bad information from ill-informed European instructors, who often without thinking repeated the lies of others. Of course it is not and never was true! From about 1994, when I was in China for the first time I experienced a […]

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