Wing Chun Archive

Wing Chun – Lower Palm Application

The lower palm (reverse palm) is taught in Wing Chun‘s first form Sui Lim Tao. You could say it is also part of the Po Pai Chang (Po Pai palm), which is a very powerful technique from the wooden dummy form. The …

Master Yip Ching of Wing Chun system

Grandmaster Yip Man had two sons, Yip Chun and Yip Ching. We all know Master Yip Chun, his high level Wing Chun skill, his gentle attitude and healthy body. However do you know his brother, Yip Ching, is also a very honest …
Wing Chun’s Pak Sau

Wing Chun’s Pak Sau

If you study Wing Chun, you must have heard about Pak Sau. After learning the basic techniques: Tan Sau, Bong Sau & Fuk Sau, you will learn some more self defence methods where you can apply the principles to fighting. Remember, the …
Rooting Technique in Wingchun system

Rooting Technique in Wingchun system

The easiest way to rob your opponent of their power is to break their connection with the ground. Thus uprooted, Newton’s Third Law compromises their ability to generate penetrating force, and reduces any continued aggression from a potentially deadly threat to a …

A Brief History of Wing Chun

The origins of Wing Chun have been traced back to the Sui Lam (Shaolin) Monastery, Honan Province China. Legend has it that the monastery was destroyed by the ruling Manchu Government, who feared the famous “Boxing Monks”. Amongst those to escape the …