What is Traditional Wing Chun?
There are many interpretations of Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu.
Tradition translates as “the handing down of beliefs and knowledge from generation to generation”
Then, there are many different systems of wing chun kung fu that are traditional, ie, handed down from generation to generation. The legendary “Red Boats” were privy to several versions of traditional wing chun kung fu that were passed down from their predecessors.
Yim Wing Chun from Ng Mui (Abbess from Northern Shaolin temple)
Leung Yi Tai and Yik Kam from Yim Wing Chun
Wong Wah Bo from Leung Bok Chow (yim wing chun’s husband)
Dai Fa Min Kam (painted face kam) from Wong Wah Bo and Cheung Ng (southern shaolin temple)
The Red Boats had even more Peers that spread wing chun kung fu around Southern China, but the principle names are listed above.
Abbess Ng Mui – Yim Wing Chun
Yim Wing Chun – Leung Yi Tai
Leung Bok Chow – Wong Wah Bo
My Lineage of Traditional Wing Chun stems from the above names, then to:
Dr. Leung Zhan – AKA – “King of Wing Chun”
Leung Bik – Dr. Leung Zhan’s Son, was also taught by Wong Wah Bo.
Leung Bik taught Ip Man
Ip Man taught William Cheung
Gulao Village also taught Garry Baniecki and Linda Baniecki.
This system of Wing Chun Kung Fu is a true Traditional Kung Fu system handed down from generation to generation.
My Wife Lind and I are very honoured to have been privy to the teachings of our traditional wing chun kung fu system, from:
Title of my Wing Chun System
(Leung Bik – Ip Man Wing Chun Kung Fu System)