We were all a little surprised when Mike Tyson was cast opposite Donnie Yen in the next Ip Man movie. Everyone I know is a bit curious to see how this will play out in real life and on the big screen…and our first bit of gossip about the interaction is actually not so surprising.
Finger injuries are among the most common in Wing Chun. Because our art involves manual dexterity, a nimbleness of our hands, we are more vulnerable to sprains and breaks to the digits. We even use our fingers to attack directly to the eyes or to add explosive power to pulling or slapping motions (lop sau or an exploitive pak sau).
Have you ever asked your Wing Chun Sifu a “What if?” question only to get smacked upside the head with the answer? For example, you ask, “what if he tries to take me down to the ground?” and your Sifu says, “Okay, try to take me to the ground.” He stands there glowering at you in Yee Gee Kim Yeung Ma, and you rethink having...
Article originally published in 2012 and was written as a response to the article in Wing Chun Illustrated Issue #3 named. “The Wing Chun Evangelist” and written by Stephen Dyde. They’re calling him “The Wing Chun Evangelist,” and they couldn’t be more spot on. Grandmaster Kwok is tireless in his passion for spreading the word of...