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Jul. 23rd, 2005

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Hi guys. Just joined here my first community. Wing Chun is great - I love it! I`ve been doing it [Wing Chun Kuen] for about a year and a half here in the Uk. Are you all American here?

I`ve got my grading soon - my instructor says I can do it and I think I can but I just find can`t help thinking they are unimportant. So much of life is proving yourself, posturing and overcoming things. Lol. I guess I`ve gotta do it, man! As Bruce Lee would say.

Jul. 9th, 2005


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Jun. 16th, 2005


Banner Swap

Hi guys, hope there isnt a problem with me posting this here but i was wondering if anyone with a martial arts related site would like to do a banner swap with us?

P.s. are there any other kung fu/wing chun/wing tsun lj communitites with more focus on the uk that anyone can reccomend?

Jun. 6th, 2005

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Anyone in the San Diego area interested in getting together to chi sau and share ideas?
Yin Yang Tiger Dragon


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Hello. I just joined this community and wanted to say hi. I look forward very much to reaching other's insights in to Wing Chun and martial arts.

May. 13th, 2005




Good evening =)

Just thought I might introduce myself. My name's Bethany, I'm 17 years old and I have begun Wing Chun training a little over a month ago under Sifu Felix Leong (Cheok Son) who trained under Yip Chun, whom most of you would probably know as one of Yip Man's sons.

Wing Chun was a very awkward concept for me to begin with at first, as I have 'dabbled' in Karate and Tae Kwan Do in the past; both being far more stiff and formal. Now I am slowly getting the hang of sticking hands and the physical and mental attitude of a WC practitioner, though I do find what is required ahead of me a bit overwhelming.. especially considering many of the other students have been training for upwards of 10 years and still on their black/purple sashes. This is unusual to me, as at clubs before there were far fewer requirements for a grading and generally took about a year-two years to recieve your standard black belt. I see this as positive though, because WC certainly seems more realistic as a science of fighting rather than mere form.

More than anything, I'm interested in the psychology of the style... especially geometric visualisation. The article posted earlier about 'Wing Chun consciousness' was very helpful, so thankyou to whomever posted it.

Mar. 20th, 2005



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I am posting this in the wing chun forum as well, as I study wing chun, and theres a couple guys that show up at the park and this class, that do wing chun. two of the guys forms and styles are very different. one guy studies under Wong Siu, and I forget the other teachers name, I will find out and edit the post later. but the one guy who's teacher I dont' remember, the style is a very old style, I think a different lineage than yip man. maybe a red boat style.

Just some pictures from the day in the park wiht Lu Sifu...
some pictures before class, and during...

Lu Sifu:

more picture at this link:
Anyone wishing to contact him, or study under him, get ahold of me. or go to the website for his contact info.

Mar. 13th, 2005



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I just uploaded 2 small clips of yip man at
in the board forums

Mar. 11th, 2005



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anal retention:

Structure: Yee Gee Kim Yang Ma allows one to project all energy forward towards the target. Tei Gong (pulling up of the muscle around the anus area) helps unite body and stance. It also helps relax the leg muscles while being in the stance; thus the whole body reaches a highly alert and ready state. These are the necessary conditions to produce nim lik and must be maintained firmly.

Mar. 10th, 2005



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just dropping off a link...

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