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Gary Lam Interview

We managed to lock down Gary Lam for one of our interviews. He is a student of Wong Shun Leung who is very well known in the United States, if not the entire world. If your into the podcast Gary Lam’s son, Rayan Lam, was kind enough to fill in for farther for the audio […]

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Hung Fa Yi Interview

We keep hearing about Hung Fa Yi and wanted to learn more about the  lineage.  Which is why we sat down and managed to get a written interview with Sifu Savi Kruich, a Hung Fa Yi practitioner. Since we are a politically neutral site inviting all types of lineages to tell us what they are all about, […]

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James Sinclair – Master’s Class DVD: Wall Bag Review

One area I believe many WC people are lacking is well… hitting stuff…. .  If modern MMA, Thai boxers, and boxers use a number of different training tools to increase the power of their attacks, why should we be any different? After reading a positive review in WC Illustrated, the world’s largest WC magazine, I […]

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Should you learn Ving Tsun Kung Fu or just Wing Chun?

In Chinese there are a lot of different English spellings for well everything….  Kung Fu styles are no different. This is because at certain points of time, many spellings were not standardized in English. That is why you will see lots of different spellings of the word “Wing Chun.”  Not to mention many different teachers […]

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Grandmaster Samuel Kwok Interview

For this interview we manged to sit down with Grandmaster Samuel Kwok, someone who manged to study with both of Ip Man’s sons. if you scroll down a bit you can read the transcriptional of the interview or you can download/listen to the audio interview  from the media bar below.  Want our FREE 1 hour Chi Sau course?  Yes? […]

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What is Wing Chun Sil Lim Tao?

Wing Chun Sil Lim Tao is the first form in Wing Chun Sometimes written as Ving Tsun.  When you first start to learn this section, it is not like other traditional martial arts, where you learn one form than move onto the next.  It is more of a mind set, you have to learn the basic concepts behind […]

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7 Common Wing Chun Mistakes

Justin sent us an email asking: What are some common Wing Cun mistakes? Although I’m sure their is a lot more, we deiced to pick out what we feel is the 7 top errors when folks decided to start learning Wing Chun.   Mistake #1: People want to learn too fast Gong Fu means hard […]

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Moy Yat DVDs

Are you searching for Moy Yat DVD? Below you will find a number of different Wing Chun training dvds, all of which are made and published by the late grandmaster.   All of his videos are available in our DVD Download store , allowing you to watch it within minutes. You should note that many of these […]

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Do you want to know about Sifu Mark Philips Wing Chun? In this blog post we wrote a quick profile about him. If you wish to learn more about him, feel free to check out our interview with Sifu Philips.  Country of residence: UK Instructor: James Sinclair Sifu Mark Phillips is a highly-devoted martial artists […]

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Do you say Wing Chun or Wing Tjun?

In Wing Chun their are a lot of different organizations and people that are involved in the art.  Sifu Sergio is the founder and of the IWKA (International Wing Tjun Kung Fu Association) and he and/or his organization helped coin the spelling “Wing Tjun.”  This is one of the worlds largest Wing Chun associations, especially in Europe. Sifu Sergio became really popular when […]

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