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The celebration of Wing Chun’s unsung hero starts Oct. 14, 2016

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img-wsl-docu Northern River Productions and Wing Chun Illustrated Magazine are proud to announce the release of TWO NEW, FULL-LENGTH DOCUMENTARY FILMS directed by the acclaimed author, filmmaker and Bruce Lee historian, John Little.

After almost 4 years in the making, with filming done around the world, and featuring exclusive interviews with individuals who knew, learnt from or admired the man, Wong Shun Leung: The King of Talking Hands and its companion film, Th...

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The Nature of Chi Sau(黐手)

By David Peterson

Wong Shun Leung & David Peterson chi sau The Wing Chun training drill of ‘Chi Sau’ – commonly referred to in English as “sticking hands” – is one of the most misused and misunderstood parts of this combat system. Primarily it is a reflex training drill that requires constant practice in order to develop skilful, quick and alert responses to meet the basic requirements of Wing Chun combat theory: “Intercept what comes; pursue what departs; when the hands are free of obstructions, attack...

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Moon Pointing Finger

A Step (…or stance) in the Right Direction Pt2

by David Peterson

Part Two:

Wing Chun Malaysia - FootworkUnder these conditions, the Cantonese term of Tui Ma (“Pushed Step”) makes perfect sense. The other possibility is when initial contact is not made and the attacker launches an attack from a distance. Should this take place, the defender has to judge when to move from the visual clues offered by the attacker, but the method of shifting the body remains exactly the same. Again, the stance is being pushed, but it is by the intention of the...


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Sifu David Peterson

Sifu David PetersonPrincipal Instructor of ‘WSL Ving Tsun Combat Science-Malaysia’

David Peterson, 60, has been training in the Chinese martial arts since 1973.  He became a student of Sifu Wong Shun Leung after travelling to Hong Kong in 1983.  He is a graduate of the University of Melbourne, where he majored in Chinese studies, and a former teacher of the Chinese language for over thirty years, having taught a...


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Press Room

Wong Shung Leung Ving Tsun Gung Fu A Scientific Approach to Combat

by David Peterson

Published 'Fight Times' (formerly 'Australasian Martial Arts' magazine - NZ), October 2001

The Wong Shun Leung (WSL) ving tsun system of Chinese gung-fu is not a style for robots, nor is it a form of martial arts practiced purely for its visual appeal. It is the thinking person’s fighting art, perfectly suited to today’s high-tech environment where quick results and practicalit...


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News Update

2014 in Review

Whilst perhaps not as "chock-full" of activities as the previous year, 2014 proved to be yet another year full of significant events and achievemen...


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2013 in Review

Another year has flown by in the history of 'WSL Ving Tsun Combat Science - Malaysia' and there are many milestones to be acknowledged and recorded...


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