Wing Chun Kyun

The Wing Chun Kyun (永春拳) is the first of the both handforms of the Wing Chun branch of the Tang Family. The form includes the 18 bridge hands (18 Kiu...

Zong Kyun

The Zong Kyun (樁拳, Stake Fist) belongs to Fung Siu Cing. He taught this form amongst others to the brothers Dung (Dung Zik und Dung Leon) and to Tang...

Soeng Gung

The Soeng Gung (雙工) is the second handform of the Wing Chun branch of the Tang Family. The name means "Double Work". It combines foot work and hand...

Muk Jan Zong

The Muk Jan Zong (木人樁) is the training device, if no partner is available. The name means "Wooden Man Stake" (Wooden Dummy). We practice the Wooden...

Ci Sau

The Ci Sau (黐手, Sticky Hands) is an elementary component to develop the correct body posture, tension and dynamics. Nowadays, as a first step, we...

Daa Saam Sing

Daa Saam Sing (打三星) is an exercise to improve the sensibility of the arms and to connect hand techniques and foot work at the same time and to apply...

Two Man Sets

The eleven Two Man Sets of the Wing Chun Kyun as well as the Wing Chun Kyun are part on the curriculum of the Tang Family. According to the...

Luk Dim Bun Gwan

Luk Dim Bun Gwan (六點半棍) means 6.5 Longpole and is the weapon form of the Tang Family. Tang Bun learned the complete set from a monk of the Fei Loi...