Sifu Garry and Sifu Linda have started to organize the next Roots of Wing Chun Trip.
The Tour will visit Singapore, Taiwan and China.
Oh well, it’s all starting over again.
Organizing the next “roots of wing chun” china tour.
It takes well over 12 months to organize everything.
Flights, Hotels, Fast Train Travel around China.
Coach hire for Tours from hotels in each Country.
Organize transport and tickets for various venues.
Organize group sightseeing.
Organize group Dinners.
And, arrive home safely.
We will leave Australia in November and arrive in Singapore.
We will visit Joel Lee Wing Chun in Singapore.
His lineage stems from Leung Ting Wing Chun.
Singapore has many places of interest for the Tourist.
After 3 days in Singapore, we will catch a flight to Taipei.
Taipei is the capital of Taiwan.
We will visit Lo Man Kam wing chun in Taipei.
Lo Man Kam is the nephew of the late Grand Master Yip Man.
There are many places of interest to see in Taiwan.
After Taiwan, we will catch a flight to Fuzhou, southern China.
Fuzhou is the capital of Fujian Province.
Our group will visit 2 Shaolin Temples.
One in Putian and Fuqing.
There will be some sightseeing before we catch a fast train to Shanghai.
We will be staying in central Shanghai at the JW Marriot Hotel.
There will be a lot of shopping and sightseeing in Shanghai.
After Shanghai, we will catch another fast train to Beijing.
In Beijing, we will visit the Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace, Great Wall.
On our second day, we will visit:
Drum and Bell Tower.
Forbidden City and Ming Tombs.
In 2012, the skies around Beijing were a beautiful blue and the air was clean.
This will be the School’s sixth trip to China.
In 2012, we started in Beijing and headed south to the Shaolin Temple.
From there, we flew to Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong Province.
We traveled around Guangdong for several days and finished in Hong Kong.
This trip, we will predominately travel from Australia, to Singapore, to Taiwan.
After Taiwan, we will travel along the East Coast travelling north to Shanghai and Beijing.
In the previous trips, we spent all our time in Hong Kong and Guangdong.
We visited wing chun schools and demonstrated Chi Sao with the Chinese practitioners.
In 1949, a lot of martial arts practitioners fled or left China.
They left for a life of freedom in other Countries.
The 2015 China trip will concentrate on wing chun in Singapore and Taiwan.