Dear Martial Artist,
Thank you for stopping by – let’s get right to it. You’re educated. You’ve been around the block a time or two… you’ve seen the videos, watched the movies… you know a thing or three about Wing Chun Kung Fu, Bruce Lee, Ip Man (and you know it’s sometimes spelled Yip Man, too). You’ve also seen the arguments about who’s teaching the REAL Wing Chun… or Ving Tsun. Or Wing Tsun… or Ving Chun… or Yong Chun… or…. Yeah, it’s confusing and I’ve been researching this system for a very, very long time. In fact, I wrote the book on it (several in fact), started the first martial arts museum in the US, have a series of instructional DVDs, and travel the world sharing my passion for this fantastic art.
You’re here because you want to know the real deal – and I’m here to deliver it to you.
Wing Chun Kung Fu is perhaps one of the best-known martial arts in the world. Originating in the Southern Shaolin Temple in China in the 1600s, it has spread with great enthusiasm to every corner of the world.
But what’s the original system? The history of Wing Chun Kung Fu is long and storied, but it boils down to this basic sequence: the elite Warriors of the past (including Ming Dynasty Generals and Warriors, Shaolin Monk Soldiers, and the Martial Arts community) met in the Shaolin Temples and then brought the system to Southern China, sometime between 1644 and 1683. From there the anti-Qing rebels and revolutionaries spread the system through Secret Societies where it eventually reached the international city of Hong Kong (in the early 1900s) and finally, the system made the jump to the wider world in our modern day era.
Notable martial artists coming from the Wing Chun family who achieved national and international fame include the late Bruce Lee, Lee Hoy Sang, and Sammo Hung; all are famous martial art movie actors who helped to spread the fame of the art. The art has also continued to grow and spread due to the dedicated effort of many noteworthy teachers (far too many to list here!). The art has enjoyed great attention because of the direct, no-nonsense approach to martial arts and fighting. But most practitioners only scratch the surface of the system’s true scope: the attainment of maximum efficiency to develop the body, mind/emotions, and spirit as well as deadly self-defense and combat skills.
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If you’re not ready to check out one of the best Wing Chun systems out there, that’s fine. You should definitely do your homework. But remember, experience is the best teacher. I’ve been around, seen and trained with the best, and I’m personally studying and practicing Shaolin Hek Ki Boen Fujian Wing Chun. There’s a lot of depth to this system – more than I’ve seen in any other I’ve researched… and the Grand Master is a total class act. He lives his principles on a daily basis – and in his top principles is the idea of loyalty and no politics. He doesn’t gossip or tear down other martial art families. In the same vein, read on to discover more about
this world-famous branch of the Wing Chun Kung Fu family: Shaolin Hek Ki Boen Fujian Wing Chun led by Grand Master Kenneth Lin.
Grand Master Benny Meng
Curator, Ving Tsun Museum