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‘Loi Lau, Hoi Sung; Lat Sau Jik Chung’ - Wing Chun in a Nutshell!

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by David Peterson

‘Loi Lau, Hoi Sung; Lat Sau Jik Chung’ - Wing Chun in a Nutshell! The much repeated Wing Chun maxim, Loi Lau, Hoi Sung; Lat Sau Jik Chung is, in essence, the very basis of how this combat system operates at the optimum level. If you like, it is the perfect summary of how Wing Chun (and in particular, the WSLVT method) actually works in reality. Loi Lau refers to the importance of engaging the enemy, literally, "When it comes, stay with it". In other words, we must seek to form a bridge with the incoming attack (Cham Kiu theory) by intercepting the path that it takes immediately.

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‘Paak Sau’ ...slaps can be deceiving

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by David Peterson

‘Paak Sau’ ...slaps can be deceivingThe Wing Chun system is well-known for its ingenious training drills, of which there are two or three such exercises which typify how Wing Chun transforms concepts into reality. One of these training methods is the ‘Paak Sau’ or “slapping hands” drill.

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Biu Ji : when the S**t really hits the fan!

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by David Peterson

Wing Chun Malaysia - Biu JiOf the three wing chun “empty-hand” forms, the third of these is definitely the most misunderstood and overestimated. Declared by some as a “deadly” form with which one will be invincible in combat, it is said to have been so treasured by the wing chun clan that it was rarely seen and never taught to “outsiders.” The ‘Biu Ji’ form has also been said to contain the secrets of dim mak, the so-called “delayed death touch” with which one can dispose of their enemy with a mere touch, depending, of course, on the time of day, and so on.

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