I just saw Master Z, Ip Man Legacy which is set in the same time period of the late 40s and early 50s, Hong Kong, as the Ip Man movies. The character from Ip Man 3, Cheung Tin Chi, who fought Ip Man is back in this movie. It is played well by Max Zhang. Cheung Tin Chi ostensibly left the martial arts world only to become involved in combating a local drug syndicate. Michelle Yeoh who has had a more and more distinguished acting career in movies and televison – Wing Chun, Star Trek Discovery, Tomorrow Never Dies, and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon – shows up in this movie as the head of the drug syndicate.
The article by Sifu Keith Sonnenberg in the July-August issue of Kung Fu Tai Chi magazine, ‘Flexible Wing Tsun’ is now on newsstands and available for sale online or have a paper copy sent to you:
The Kung Fu Tai Chi magazine web site:
– thank you, Keith Sonnenberg
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We first teach the foundation of great self defense skills. Footwork and basic hand skills that really work are taught early on. They form the basis of the ability to stay on one’s feet if attacked, borrow an attacker’s force and move quickly out of the line of attack.
Unlike the other versions of Wing Chun coming from the Yip Man lineage, Leung Ting WingTsun® teaches applications on the ground as well as anti-grappling and applications against techniques from other fighting methods and weapons. Unlike the other versions from the Yip Man lineage, Leung Ting WingTsun® teaches the footwork necessary to get out of the way of an attack and apply the concepts within the first few ranks. The realistic applications training is ongoing.
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