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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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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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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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