Miss Yim Wing Chun was a native of Kwangtung province in China. As a young girl, she was smart and active and was noted for his strong personality. She was engaged to Mr. Leung Bok Chau, a salt merchant of Fukien Province. Shortly after his mother died. Her father, Yim Yee, was acusasdo one count of forgery. So his father escaped with her, before running the risk of being imprisoned. He eventually settled at the foot of Tai Leung Mountain, within the limits of the provinces of Yunnan and Szechwan, where they learned to live as a Trinket sellers of beans.
It was during the reign of K'angshi, the Ching Dynasty, when followers of Siu Lun style of Kung Fu, Evidian gained a reputation for progress in the art of fighting, including their skills to engage the government came to Ching, who decided to remove the sect and destroy his monastery, located on the mountain Shung, in Honan Province in central China. The soldiers were dispatched with orders to destroy the monastery and remove the sect. But the monks and Siu Lam opposed segiudores great strength and his monastery was no damage after a great struggle. Wai Man Chan, the first graduate of the civil service of the year was who prepared a grand plan to gain some recognition by the government. He created a plan with some monks of the temple, especially one called, Ma Ning Yee, who was persuaded to betray the rest of his companions by setting fire to the monastery on his back. In this way, the temple was virtually burned, the monks and disciples were scattered around various sites. Among survivors, the most prominent were the Buddhist nun Ng Mui, Shin Chi Master, Master Pak Mei, Master Fung To Tak and Master Miu Hi. They escaped and managed to hide.
The Buddhist nun Ng Mui took refuge in the White Crane Temple on the hillside Tai Leung, also known as Mountain Chai Har. It was there that he befriended his daughter Yim Yee and Wing Chun, who usually buy beans on his way back from the market. At the age of 15 years Wing Chun's hair began to curl and it was customary in those days then I was ready for marriage. Her beauty attracted the attention of the local gross, who tried to force her to marry him. The continuous treatment she received for part of that gross came to trouble her and her father. The news came to Ng Mui, who took pity on Wing Chun and decided to take her as his disciple. Ng Mui promised to teach art to Wing Chun, so he was able to repel the brute, and after that to marry her fiance. From that day Wing Chun followed Ng Mui every day to practice Kung Fu. When Wing Chun was able to master the techniques that Ng Mui had taught him, he challenged and defeated the local gross, who had given him problems. Ng Mui later left and started Wing Chun us many trips around the country, only after making that promise to teach Wing Chun art to help the patriots to restore the Ching Dynasty and Ming Dynasty overthrow.
From herein, we can say that Wing Chun system was originated by Ng Mui. After she married Wing Chun, the art style went to her husband Leung Bok Chau, who in turn passed it on to Leung Lan Kwai. Kawai Leung Lan taught the art to Wong Wah Bo, a member of a "troupe" on board a junk, known as the "red bulrush". Among the partners of Wong Wah Bo, on the Red Junk, there was one named Leung Yee Tei, who had learned the technique of the Long Stick "six and a half points" of the ship's cook. It so happened that the cook of that ship was none other than the Master Shin Chi Siu Lam monastery, which had been burned in the mountain Shung Honan province, as had been mentioned. The close friendship with Wong Wah Bo Leung Yee Tei resulted to spend their mutual expertise in Kung Fu, resulting in the incorporation of the Palo técnnicas Long Wing Chun system.
Leung Yee Tei taught the art of Wing Chun to Leung Jan, a well known physicist Fatsa city in the province of Kwangtung, who mastered all the secrets of art and reached a high degree of ability. He was challenged many times and defeated all his opponents, so came to have a great reputation. Later he spent his techniques Reverend Master Chan Wah Shun, whom my older siblings in Kung Fu: Ng Siu Lo, Chung So, Chan Yu Min, Lui Yu Chai, and I learned the art for dozens of years in which follow. You could say that art came to us in a direct line of succession from its origin. I am writing the history of Wing Chun Kung Fu in respectful memory of my ancestor. A man who always believed in the way of water when he lived. A man whom I am eternally grateful for the knowledge and habilades happen that I have today. I take this opportunity to say that I am organizing a fellowship of Association of Wing Chun, and I like to call the support of my former colleagues, and a good response from students and supporters of the Wing Chun system.
Personal Note. Excellent style, derived from the branch of Kung - Fu. With short and fast ... One of my favorites!
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