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Wing Chun Singapore: 6-13-3 a system for learning TCMA

Qi Gong (气功) is an integral part of Kung Fu training. In our CSL Wing Chun, we teach the 6-13-3 system. It is a framework for learning Traditional Chinese Martial Arts (TCMA). Developed by Hendrik Santo, a long-time friend of our GM Robert Chu Sau [...]

By |2019-12-30T20:54:59+08:00December 30th, 2019|Qi Gong|0 Comments

Wing Chun Singapore 3 Months Beginners Class

We introduced the Wing Chun Beginners Class Program about two years ago, from its beginning it has been a huge success! The focus of this beginners class is the foundational Wing Chun techniques and how to apply them in a self-defence situation. You will learn [...]

By |2020-08-12T04:27:55+08:00November 14th, 2019|Wing Chun|0 Comments

WING CHUN SINGAPORE ENERGY STRIKING (PART 2)

Introduction to 8ES In my previous post, I discussed what is the Wing Chun Singapore Energy strikes system (8ES) and what are its benefits for learning Wing Chun. In this second edition, I will discuss “how to train” 8ES.  I will use the LIST training [...]

By |2020-08-12T04:36:38+08:00November 8th, 2019|Wing Chun|0 Comments

WING CHUN SINGAPORE ENERGY STRIKES (PART 1)

Introduction to Wing Chun Singapore Striking Wing Chun Kuen is a boxing system, a Chinese Boxing system. That is why at Wing Chun Singapore, we place much emphasis on developing striking skills. In any stand-up martial art, striking is a core application and a fundamental [...]

By |2020-08-12T04:40:45+08:00November 3rd, 2019|Wing Chun|0 Comments

The Wing Chun Kuen of Yuen Kay Shan by Robert Chu

(First published in Wing Chun Viewpoint, 1990 - revised 1996) I began the study of Yuen Kay Shan Wing Chun Kuen in 1981 where I met my instructor Kwan Jong Yuen through a mutual friend. I had already studied Yip Man Wing Chun for many [...]

By |2019-08-31T12:27:56+08:00August 31st, 2019|GM Robert Chu Sau Lei|0 Comments
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