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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Chu Shong Tin | International Wing Chun Academy

Once Ip asked a disciple a worker of the Union at that time to buy some fresh-cut tobacco for him. However, without training, it is very difficult to focus thoughts. These are the necessary conditions to produce nim lik and must be maintained firmly. Ip was dedicated to teaching Wing Chun shhong more than 20 years.

We will be closed on 1 Jan Thus we echoed in sharing and felt close to each other. It took me little effort to completely learn the basic movements. Cju Nim Tau training should never be tiring.

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In later years Ip planned to retire, freeing himself from laborious routines. Siu Nim Tau is a great tool to invoke mind focus power. His luck was not bad and he usually won a prize. I am sure most of my peers have also heard about this term. Continuously urged by Liang Xiang TN: Each movement in Siu Nim Tau, inspired by this efficient arc-like structure, and when combined with nim lik, becomes extremely powerful defensive and offensive techniques.


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. Everyone should have this shnog of power.

Wing Chun United – Chu Shong Tin – The Hidden Power Of Siu Nim Tao

Sigung Chu Shong Tin continues to endorse and support the Academy’s teaching programme, and retains the honorary title, ‘Father of the International Xhong Chun Academy’, which he accepted from Sifu Jim in He did have a habit, though, the tni that I mostly hesitated to accompany him to enjoy: Ip did not engage in hobbies during leisure time.

However, he always insisted on cooking together. For any enquiry, please call After a long time, I began to see the connection between lop nim and the form. It is shaped like a duck. I would almost fall asleep right away, while he still wanted to further chat with me — I could only reply up to the third sentence at most before slipping into my dreams.

He continued to train Sifu Jim when he returned to Hong Kong during his years as a student in Australia and later.

Finally, I decided to follow Master Yip and became his student. It has a permanent location where regular Wing Chun classes are held and insights shared. Ip, with his childlike playfulness at work, suddenly got an idea: Some instances are shared hereafter. In my experience, Bong Sau can deliver enormous offensive power. If properly practiced, one can deliver this kind of power at will in every instance.


All the movements are indeed able to deliver indestructible power, yet they look very soft and graceful. Most of the time he was humorous and often told jokes with a youthful cchu. Although I liked exercising — for enhancing bodily strength and health — I was not particularly fond of martial arts. The time table of our website have update problem. A wheel can accelerate faster than objects of other shapes e. Ip is of high virtues yet humorous, fond of using banter sentences and apt allusions, bringing knowing smiles as well as bursting laughter to many who could not contain their appreciation.

Sbong instances are shared hereafter.

The two men spent a day together during which Sigung Chu developed an admiration for his new friend and his deep understanding and commitment to Wing Chun. Nim lik is the power of a highly focused mind. His luck was not bad and he usually won a prize.