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Tang Syun

Part of the Audio Recording¹ of GM Tang Yik from the 1960s. Translation from Cantonese: Janet Yuen, Jennifer Kronovet and Peter Scholz. For a better understanding we reconstructed some year dates according to the described events. Therefor we used the listed references at the bottom. Style Founder Tang Syun was

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Yeung Tim

Part of the Audio Recording of GM Tang Yik from the 1960s. Translation from Cantonese: Janet Yuen Yeung Tim, a Wing Chun practitioner, was a student of Zi Sin‘s lineage. He lived in Foshan with his wife. They had no children. Yeung Tim was well known in Guangzhou for his

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Zi Sin

The exact location of the Southern Shaolin Temple is unclear, but the temple is believed to have been in Fukien or Guangdong Province. Zu dieser Zeit gab es viele buddhistische Tempel, beinahe jeder hatte eine oder mehrere Kampfkunsthallen. According to the legend, when the southern Shaolin Temple was destroyed, five

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Further contributions to Siu Lam Wing Chun

Double Knives

The double knives (Soeng Dou) are an important practice weapon in the Siu Lam Wing Chun Kung Fu. Building on the use of the short

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Muk Jan Zong

Wooden Dummy The wooden dummy, modeled after a human being, is an elementary and perfect training tool in Siu Lam Wing Chun. Dummy training not

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Gwan Paai

Siu Lam Wing Chun originated in the Tang family curriculum and includes a unique training tool, the longpole wooden dummy. On it the longpole techniques

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Wooden Dummy

The Wooden Dummy Training For every situation and intention the right dummy. We distinguish two types of wooden dummies: – Muk Jan Zong, which is

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Partner form

In the kung fu training of older styles such as Wing Chun, hand forms teach movement sequences. Partner forms also play an important role in

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Ci Sau

In the West, the spelling “Chi Sao” is often used. In our region, however, we prefer the spelling “Ci Sau” as it is closer to

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