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Master Chu Shong Tin was born in in the Kwong-tung Province of Mainland China. In November , he left China and settled in Hong Kong. During. This is Master Chu Song Tin’s last book. It comes in two volumes, and this is the first (published in ). The second was published in The book covers. Great Grandmaster Chu Shong Tin (Sigung Chu) was a closed door student of the legendary Yip Man who took Wing Chun Kung Fu to Hong Kong in

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My Teacher, Ip Man

Some of them have even taken Wing Chun to flourish overseas. Continuously urged by Liang Xiang TN: Finally, I decided to follow Master Yip and became his student. He seldom expressed grief and sadness except when occasionally thinking of his family during Chinese shing. He travels to Sydney regularly for this purpose and also trains the Chief Instructors privately at his school in Hong Kong.

If properly practiced, one can deliver this kind of power at will in every instance. Ip said the night walks could help one fall asleep. The disciple took up the task, but tib — he went away for more than an hour. Training as per the timetable will resume on the 2 Jan Some may call this style traditionalist; that style reformist; and on and on.

Ip was both solemn and humorous — characteristics admired by me. It is cuu like a duck. Ip, with his childlike playfulness at work, suddenly got an idea: He did have a habit, though, the habit that I mostly hesitated to accompany him to enjoy: Most of the time he was humorous and often told jokes with a youthful heart. However, he always insisted on cooking together. Once Ip asked a disciple a worker of the Union at that time to buy some fresh-cut tobacco for him.


However, this explanation lacks an understanding of Bong Sau. It so happened that I had great interest in physics and mechanics; I enjoyed his theories on body structure and power development methods very much. Gradually I discovered some powerful but hidden forces within each Siu Nim Tau movement.

We will be closed on 1 Jan Sigung Chu remembers Sifu Jim as a smart, dedicated student whose skill improved rapidly. Nim lik is the power of a highly focused mind.

About Chu Shong Tin | 徐尚田詠春同學會 Chu Shong Tin Ving Tsun Alumni

Although I liked exercising — for enhancing bodily strength and health — I was shpng particularly fond of martial arts. It is a popular belief that Bong Sau is a passive technique: At that time I was still young and was not used to going bed late.

In fact, movements in Siu Nim Tau are not named as if they were static postures. I spent much time analyzing its nature, but could still not grasp the concept. Although I had been his disciple and lived together with him for years, he did not even allow me to take care of his laundry. I went to Master Yip and inquired suong the meaning ton Siu Nim Tau, especially the non-combative tone in the name.


Although I had been his disciple tinn lived together with him for years, he did not even allow me to take care of his laundry. Ip was optimistic with a youthful heart.

Original Article Posted by: There we sat down to rest for about half an hour before returning.

From then on I lived together with Ip for as long as five years. Yip Man convinced him that Wing Chun would help him to overcome his bad health and build up his fitness.

Sigung Chu Shong Tin

When he returned, showing up at the doorway, Ip immediately said: Everyone should have this kind of power. I am sure you will gradually find great joy and satisfaction in your Siu Nim Tau training!

The Wing Chun martial art has also become my unceasing study for decades; my interest in it has not diminished even until now. Sometimes we tun prepare meals on our own. Grandmaster Ip Man is the second from the left of the front row; the first from the right of the back row is Master Chu Shong Tin.

He stopped his teaching works and did not take in students publicly.