Practicing the Guangzhou Wing Chun wooden dummy form, at a park in Eugene, Oregon, 2018.
On Sunday, 14 August, 2016, I conducted a seminar for the North Seattle Wing Chun School, to introduce Guangzhou style Wing Chun, which is significantly different from the more common Yip Man Wing Chun we see in the West. Here are some drills we were playing with.
Tuesday, 19 April, 2016, and Monday, 27 June, 2016, Guangzhou. Training with the master himself. Nuff said.
Monday, 27 June, 2016, Guangzhou. Giving a chi sau lesson, before I leave China.
Monday, 20 June, 2016, Guangzhou. Demonstrating “fear power” and why it is important for the student to learn in a relaxed, trusting environment.
Tuesday, 29 March, 2016, Guangzhou. Teaching me how it’s done in Guangzhou. She is being nice on me here. One of the top students, she combines full contact sparring with her regular Wing Chun practice.
Chi sau practice at the Instinct Wing Chun school in Guangzhou.
First day at Instinct Wing Chun, in Guangzhou, 2015. Sifu has us demonstrate what we know, and he gives us a lesson. See: https://centreclash.com/2016/01/29/instinct-part-1/
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you should check out felix long in adelaide as he is i senior student of sum nung
Interesting. There are many great teachers out there. Do you train with Mr. Long?
I used to train with Mr Leong, Sifu Leong was the 1977 and 1978 South Pacific Asian Games Champion, I have tried many Wing Chun teachers and nobody has the skills like Sifu Leong he learnt directly from Sum Nung and Sifu Leong accepts any challengers still today and he is around 70years old
He must be the best in the world!
Like I said he’s pretty old and now has lots of injuries from hard training, But never refuses handies or hand and leg, he has a lot of respect for Kwok Wan Ping in Hong Kong.