On 5 September 2016 the new season starts with a new allocation of the trainings contents. To respond even more effectively in Wing Chun to the needs of our students and to provide a better targeted support to their personal way of martial arts, we brought the program more into line of our students...

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Michael Tang lives in Hong Kong. He is an engineer and has shaped the architecture within his city decisively. To make all the difference "The Interview" shows Mr. Tang as a keeper of a lineage of Kung Fu: Tang Yik Weng Chun. The characteristic feature of that peculiar Kung Fu style is the fight...

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Swinging and Balance Exercises stimulate the circulation. They bring the own body dynamics to mind and increase stability, balance of movements and equilibrium.

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The Brocade Hands (Ba Duan Jin) or Eight Noble Exercises have an impressing impact on health and induce the flow of Chi, they: – strengthen the organs of breath and the extremities – the joints get more flexible – the sense of balance gets trained – they have positive effects on the...

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Out of a gymnastics point of view, the "Play of the Five Animals" (Wu Qin Yi) is a sequence of stretching exercises for maintaining vitality. The “outer exercise“ emphasizes body and extremities, to strengthen the physical constitution. To induce the mental activity at the beginning the attributes...

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San Gam (新錦) was the apprentice of Wong Waa Bou (黄華寶). When San learnt opera on the Red Boat, Wong still had the practicing installation, thus he passed this Kung Fu (功夫) to San. At one time, Loeng Ji Dai (梁二娣) was the boatman on the same boat as San. Therefore San took the opportunity to please...

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San Gam (新錦) helped Fung Siu Cing (馮小青) to hand in resignation to the shop owner Siu Kyun¹ (蕭權) and took him back to the Red Boat², to be San´s personal attendant. When San played on stage and changed his own costumes, Fung would tidy up, fold them neatly and put them back into the chests. Because...

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