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Gwan Paai

Pars of the Siu Lam Wing Chun have their origin in the curriculum of the Tang Family and that includes a unique training device, the longpole dummy.

The longpole techniques are trained on it, as well as the special footwork of the Siu Lam Wing Chun longpole. The dummy is a wooden rack with seven longpoles and a plaque in the center.

This unique complex training method has often been copied and was never achieved.
The form used to be passed only within the Tang Family.

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