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The Hidden Power

Here is an excerpt of an interview with Grandmaster Chu Shong Tin by Wing Chun Teahouse where he describes his attainment of Nim Lik through studying Siu Nim Tao My master Ip Man first started teaching Wing Chun in Hong Kong at the Restaurant Workers Union Association. At the time I was the...


An interview with Ip Man

Here is a translation of an original interview with Grandmaster Ip Man in the magazine “New Martial Hero“, and it is one of only two ever-published interviews with the famous Wing Chun Grandmaster. Grandmaster Ip was a Foshan native, and when he was very young, he was quite weak. Because of...


Chi Sau Explained by Grandmaster Chu Shong Tin

Sticking Hands (Chi Sau) is the main exercise for practising the fighting techniques of Wing Chun. When practising sticking hands, instructors always mention about facing one's shadow (Chiu Ying), chasing one's shadow (Jui Ying) and pointing towards the centerline (Gee Ng Sien). These are the...


The Wooden Dummy Explained by Grandmaster Chu Shong Tin

The Wooden Dummy is recognised as the highest skill in Wing Chun. Hence, the majority of Wing Chun learners consider that learning the moves of the Wooden Dummy will automatically make them a good Wing Chun fighter. Some even feel very happy with themselves and boast about their own...


Biu Gee Explained by Grandmaster Chu Shong Tin

Biu Gee is the form which concentrates enormous destructive power in its attacks. It is to use the natural skill to release the potential power of a person to the highest level and is also the combination of the mind and the theory of force.It is wrong to say that learners of the Biu Gee will...


Chum Kiu Explained by Grandmaster Chu Shong Tin

Literally, Chum Kiu when translated is the method of how to deal with the opponent’s wrists once in contact. In other words, Chum Kiu is the form applicable to fighting. If the theory of Chum Kiu is analysed carefully, it is the acme of the forms. The purpose of Wing Chun’s Chum Kiu is to...


Siu Nim Tao Explained by Grandmaster Chu Shong Tin

Siu Nim Tao is the basic form of Wing Chun Kung Fu. It comprises of three specialties: (1) No need to exert force; (2) It possesses the strongest structure with the minimum use of energy; (3) It induces the release of mind force from a person. Learning Siu Nim Tao is divided into three...


Chu Shong Tin and Realistic Fighting

“The best defense is a good offense.” Paraphrased by Sun Tzu, Machiavelli, George Washington and now Chu Sheung Tin. I had not seen this video before and really appreciate seeing it now. It reminds me of a story CST told me when I first started to learn from him. It was told through...


Training With a Kung Fu Legend

The beginning of a Kung Fu movie type of life, and the birth of Mindful Wing Chun! The first time I met Chu Shong Tin (CST) was in 2003! I had already been an instructor at a Wing Chun Academy in Sydney owned by Jim Fung – a senior students of CST - for a few years and had only heard stories...


Siu Nim Tao as a Mindfulness Exercise

As a beginner in wing chun, I would like to share my experience as a long-time mindfulness practitioner and teacher with you all and wonder if others have had a similar insight. It occurs to me that I am getting something from Wing Chun that I never got from vipassana or Zazen. It seems to me...


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