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Wing Chun Quan


Yip Man Wing Chun

Master
Yip Man
Forms: Chi Sau Stages
1. Siu Lim Tao
2. Chum Kiu
3. Biu Tze
4. Wooden Dummy
5. Baat Cham Dao
6. 6 & half points Stick
1. Poon Sau - rolling arms
2. Luk Sau - rolling arms for lut sau jic chung
3. Jeung Sau - change from inside gate to outside
4. Gor Sau - free application
Terminology of hand technique
bong sau (wing arm)
gum sau (pinning hand)
fak sau (whisking arm)
fook sau (bridge on arm)
gaun sau (low block)
huen sau ( cricling hand)
jum sau (sinking block)
jut sau (jerk hand)
kau sau (circling block)
kwun sau (rotating arms)
lan sau (bar arm)
lap sau (pulling arm)
mun sau (inquisitive arm)
pak sau (slap block)
pie jarm (elbow backing)
po pai (double arms)
wu sau (protective arm)
biu sau (thrusting hand)

Terms in Poem
Wing Chun Master Yip Chun Siu Lim Tao Chum Kiu Biu Tze


Guangzhou Wing Chun

FromYuen Kay San
Forms:
1. Siu Lien Tao ( little first training)
2. Chum Kiu (sinking bridge)
3. Biu Jee (darting fingers)
4. Mook Yan Jong (wooden dummy)
5. Sun Hei Gwai Yuen (kidney breathing )
6. Luk Dim Boon Gwun (6 & a half point pole)
7. Yee Jee Seung Do (Double Knives)
1. ????
2. ???
3. ??
4. ??
5. ??
6. ????
7.????
8. ????
9. ????
10.????

Th?e 12 San Sau (12 Forms)

Names of 12 Hand Forms
1.Jee Ng Choi (meridian punch)
2.Pien Choi (side punch)
3.Duk Lung Choi (single dragon punch)
4.Jin Choi (arrow punch)
5.Sam Pan Jeung (triangle palms)
6.Loi Lim Yum Yeung Jeung (inside Yin & Yang Palms)
7.Noi Dap (inside join)
8.Ngoi Dap (outside join)
9.Kao Dap Sao (detaining Joining arm)
10.Pok Yik Jeung (flapping wing palms)
11.Na Dan Kiu (sticking single bridge)
12.Bak Hok Kum Wu (white crane seizes fox)


Micki Wong's Wing Chun ?????
Mr. Wong Yu Fong (~1998)
also renowned as Micki Wong
at 1982 (aged 58)

Micki Wong, named as he worked in rice machine factory, named as Wong Wu Fong.
People called his series as " Snake Wing Chun ". He is famous for fighting in Guangzhou.
He passed his techneques to his son and several students in Guangzhou.
Forms
1. Siu Lim Tao
2. Chum Kiu
3. Biu Tze
4. Wooden Dummy
5. Wing Chun Two Word Dao (???) ?????
6. 6 & half points Stick
7. Monk Staff ("???" - also written as "???" )
Basic:
1. 12 Sanshou (????)
2. 36 Sanshou (?????)
3. Chi Shou (Sticky Hand) (??)
4. Chip Shou (Contact Hand) (??)
1. Sun Hei Gwai Yuen (Kidney breathing invigoration Qiqong) (????)
see: Siu Lim Tao VCD A012
12 Hand Forms
1.San Sing Choi (three star punch)
2.Pien Choi (side punch)
3.Duk Lung Choi (single dragon punch)
4.Jin Choi (arrow punch)
5.Huen Sau (Circle Hand)
6.San Pan Jeung (triangle palms)
7.Tan Ngoi Lim (stretch outside)
8.Lap Loi Lim (grap Inside)
9.Ngoi Dap (outside join)
10.Noi Dap (insdie join)
11.Pok Yik (flap wing)
12.Bak Hok Chum Wu (white crane seeks fox)

Demonstration by Wong Lim Yee son of Micki Wong First Anniversary of Micki Wong WC in Guangzhou
Shadow Kick (???) Downward Elbow (??) Wong Lim Yee with CS Tang on Dec 5, 99



Yao Qi Wing Chun ????
Yao Qi Wing Chun
Derived from Yao Cai to Yao Qi, now the son, Yao Cheung
occupied the major percentage of Wing Chun in Foshan nowadays.

Yao Cai who learn from Wu Zhong Su as well as from Ruan Yi Yun the brother of Ruan Qi Shan.


Pao Fa Lien Wing Chun ?????(Plum Blossom Wing Chun)

From Chu Chong

Forms:
1. 10 Solo hand forms
Siu Lim Tau, Chum Kiu, Biu Jee, To Shou, Tu shou,
Shih Tzu, Pien Chuan, Chien Chuan, Chien Chang, Tse Shen
2. Weapons: Double Broadsword, Staff, sword, Par, Big Broadsword, Whip
3. Wooden Dummy - 4 sets
4. Bamboo Dummy
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4. ??

Special announcement by Grand Master Chu Chong



According to research of Foshan City, there are seven different branches of Wing Chun in Foshan and Guangzhou.

They are:
1. Sum Lun
2. Yao Cai
3. Lun Jia
4. Zhang Bao
5. Peng Nam
6. Lin Sui Bo
7. Micki Wong




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Foshan City Yong Chun Quan Research Association

Since the "open-door" policy was implemented in China since 1978, Foshan's Yong Chun Quan is slowly gaining attention internationally. The better known are Lun Jia and Pan Nam because their students have published articles concerning them in the West. Lun Jia learned from Yip Man when he was in Foshan, and Pan Nam learned from Zhao Jiu, the brother of Zhao Yun in Hong Kong.

Foshan has a long history of martial art and it is very well know since 1821, Foshan is also the home of Hong Quan and Hong Sheng Cai Li Fo. Foshan The Foshan Chin Woo Athletic Association was established in 1921, and its training hall was erected in 1936. Chin Woo was not active due to the period of political instability in China prior to the open-door policy, but it was re-activated in 1986. With the aid of the Foshan Governments Wush Committee in 1993, Liang Guang Man has established more of less his own personal Foshan City Yong Chun Quan Research Association. Due to his low status in the Yong Chun Family Tree and political association, he did not gain any kind of support from the Yong Chun community in Foshan.

The Yong Chun Quan Research Activity Centre has gained the support of the Yong Chun community in Foshan as well as other part of China and overseas since its establishment. The composition of the committee is the following:

Luo Run Zuo, director and vice president of the Foshan Chin Woo Athletic Association, who has been very active in the martial art community in Foshan for a long time. He is not a Yong Chun Quan practitioner and this has enabled him to be impartial in carrying out his duty as the director of the Centre

Peng Shu Song, deputy director, he is the son of Peng Nan who learned his Yong Chun from Zhao Wan amongst other arts that he mastered

Qiu Long Hing, deputy director, he is a student of Peng Nan

Tang Huo Xian, deputy director and treasurer, she is the student of Yan Wen who learned from Li Ye Chi a student of Chen Hua Shun

Wen Jin Hua, deputy director, he is the student of Lun Jia

Huo Jing An, deputy director, he is the student of Zhang Qi the son of Zhang Bao who also learn from Cen Neng

Lin Xue Mei, deputy director, she is the student of Yao Qi the son of Yao Cai who learn from Wu Zhong Su as well as from Ruan Yi Yun the brother of Ruan Qi Shan

Liu Ci Guang, deputy director, he is a student of Lin Rui Bo who is a student of Yao Cai

Gua Zhan, secretary, the son of Gua Fu who is a student of Yip Man

Han Gung Jiu, liaison officer, a student of Peng Nan

The advisers to the Yong Chun Quan Research Activity Centre are the following:

Lao Hua, a student of Li Ye Chi.

Guo Fu, a student of Yip Man

Lun Jia, a student of Lun Jia

Cen Neng, a student of Zhang Bao and Ruan Qi Shan

Guo Jia, a student of Liu Da Sheng

Guo Jiang, a student of Liu Da Sheng

The Centre is represented by every branch of Yong Chun Quan in Foshan which more of less attached to every other branch in China as well as overseas. The impartial, non-political and non-profit making natures of the Centre enable the Yong Chun community in Foshan to put away the differences and concentrate on the development of a unique sport of Yong Chun Sticking Hands for all.

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