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With the fame of Bruce Lee, the conditioins in Hong Kong, and the hard work and effort of many of his classmates, the Wing Chun of the late master Yip Man became one of the most well-known and poular Chinese martial arts in the world. Altough this gave Wing Chun international recognition, it also led to a lot of misconceptions. Due to a lack of authentic information, many mistakenly came to assume that the renowned Yip Man was the sole inheritor of the style and that his Wing Chun was the lone version of the art.

In fact, there are several different and distinct systems of Wling Chun. Unfortunately, over the years most of these systems have remained unseen or unreported to all but a few-until now.

Profusely illustrated with over 300 historical photographs, Complete Wing Chun presents seldom seen information on a dozen branches of the Wing Chun art. It offers the reader a side-by-side comparison of these arts by outline each system in terms of history, principles, basics, and training methods. This is a helpful resource for the interested newcomer and a valuable reference for the long-time practitioner.

Robert Chu has been involved in martial arts since 1972, and is a practitioner of the Yip Man, Gu Lao, and Yuen Kay-San Wing Chun styles. Mr. Chu's articles have appeared in Marital Arts Legends, Inside Kung-Fu, Wlng Chun Viewpoint, and Wing Chun Today: his monthly column appears in Martial Arts Illustrated. Mr. Chu resides in California.

Rene Ritchie has been studying the Yuen Kay-San style of Wing Chun since 1990. His articles have appeared in Martial Arts Masters and Wing Chun Today. He created and maintains the www.wingchunkuen.com site on the internet. Mr. Ritchie resides in Eastern Canada.

Y. Wu has been involved in Wing Chun since 1984. He is a practitioner of the Nanyang and Yip Man Wing Chun styles. Mr. Wu is the author of The Nanyang Wng Chun Primer Vol. 1, and resides in Singapore.

Contents

Foreword by Mark V. Wiley
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Notes on genealogy
Notes on language
1 Yip Man Wing Chun
History and development
Basic movements
Forms and training
Concepts and principles
Conclusion
2 Yuen Kay-San Wing Chun Kuen
History and development
Basic movements
Forms and training
Concepts and principles
Conclusion
3 Gu Lao Wing Chun Kuen
History and development
Basic movements
Forms and training
Concepts and principles
Conclusion
4 Nanyang Wing Chun Kuen
History and development
Basic movements
Forms and training
Concepts and principles
Conclusion
5 Pan Nam Wing Chun Kuen
History and development
Basic movements
Forms and training
Concepts and principles
Conclusion
6 Pao Fa Lien Wing Chun Kuen
History and development
Basic movements
Forms and training
Concepts and principles
Conclusion
7 Hung Suen Wing Chun Kuen
History and development
Basic movements
Forms and training
Concepts and principles
Conclusion
8 Jee Shim Wing Chun Kuen
History and development
Basic movements
Forms and training
Concepts and principles
Conclusion
9 Other Wing Chun Kuen styles
Fujian Wing Chuen Kuen
Hung Suen Hay Ban Wing Chun Kuen
Malaysian Wing Chun Kuen
Pien San Wing Chun Kuen
Yin Kai Wing Chun Kuen
Other branches
Conclusion
Stage 1 Predecessors of wing chun
Stage 2 Founders of wing chun
Stage 3 Rd junk ancestors of wing chun
Stage 4 Dissemnators of wing chun
Stage 5 Developers of wing chun
final thoughts
the Wing Chun Kuen family tree
Glossary
About the authors
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Verk
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