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As a martial art with a South Chinese origin (Kung Fu), the main focus of the Siu Lam Wing Chun is on the fistfight.
The martial art (Wu Shu) from northern China contrarily is known for its more acrobatic jumping and turning kicks.
The Siu Lam Wing Chun Kung Fu uses rather simple kicking techniques that quickly and effectively stop the potential attacker. The kicks are simple and can be performed at any age.

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