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Contest The Legitimacy Of Master Jeremy Yau's Lau Gar Kuen Trademark

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masterContest The Legitimacy Of Master Jeremy Yau`s Lau Gar Kuen Trademark
 
Welcome to the UK Branch of the Chiu Chi Ling International Hung Gar Kung Fu School.  Sanda is a martial art which was originally developed by the Chinese military based upon the study and practices of traditional Kung fu and modern combat fighting techniques; it combines full-contact kickboxing, which includes close range and rapid successive punches and kicks, with wrestling, takedowns, throws, sweeps, kick catches, and in some competitions, even elbow and knee strikes.This article includes a list of references , but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. However, in modernity, this mode of instruction is deemed economically unfeasible and impractical for students, who have other concerns beyond practicing kung fu. Hung Ga is sometimes mischaracterized as solely external`”that is, reliant on brute physical force rather than the cultivation of qi`”even though the student advances progressively towards an internal focus.Hung Ga, also known as Hung Kuen, is a southern Chinese martial art associated with the Chinese folk hero Wong Fei Hung, who was a master of Hung Ga. According to legend, Hung Ga was named after Hung Hei-Gun, who learned martial arts from Jee Sin, a Chan (Zen) master at the Southern Shaolin Temple. It is a Hung Gar system therefore, directly transmitted from the Southern Shaolin Temple, which pays respect( through it`s name) to Chu Hung Mo. Many Southern styles chose names that were put together to indicate to each other a reference to such activities or prominent revolutionary figures which would be understood by all involved even if different but connected branches.Chinese historians and archaeologists have spent many years trying to collate information with regard to the actual location of the Southern Shaolin Temple and eventually settled on the above site in Putian.  I have personally trained and taught this style for over 40 years and I determine after much investigation, information from my Master and much research on the part of others, that the statements above are likely to be correct and that essentially all Hung Kuen (Hung Gar) is from the same origin or Mother” ( Nam Siu Lam Gee) and thus all practitioners are members of the same family despite their recorded lineage or difference in forms etc.Five Thunder Chinese Martial Arts Association started this petition with a single signature, and now has 156 supporters.  Also a good section offers the well-wishes and background of numerous Hung instructors throughout the world including Lam Chun Fai, Lam Fung Chu, Lam Chun Ho, Hing Chao, Pavel Adamék, UK Lam Family, the Cheung Family, Carl Albright, Calvin Chin, Christine Foti, Andreas Garski, Jesse David Gooding, Donald Hamby, Frederick C. T. Lee, Massimo Iannaccone, Niels Kleinert, Mattias Lindh and Petra Lorenzovém.
 
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Interestingly enough through time since many Kung Fu schools have adopted the stories, they have amended to make them more plausible for example some replaced Fukien (Fujian) Shaolin with Henan, others have gone even more outlandish and created whole martial arts systems based on the five elders, whilst even more try and link Red boats of the opera with further martial arts systems.Through his travels and experiences he has been a very prominent figure within the Martial Arts community and has been associated with major organizations such as: United International Kung Fu Federation, United States Chinese Kuoshu Federation, Eastern United States Kung Fu Federation, Eastern USA Martial Arts Federation, International San Shou Kickboxing Federation, United International Kung Fu Federation of North America.Its successors have been famous as well, and the most famous of all was the renown martial artist and folk hero Wong Fei Hung, who left as a legacy the empty hand set Gung Gee Fok Fu Kuen (I-pattern Taming Boxing) which was originally inherited by the Shaolin temple and Tit Sin Kuen (Iron Wire Boxing) which was taught to him by Lam Fook Sing-the student of Tit Kiu Sam who is acknowledged as the creator of this set.In addition to carrying on the family tradition of teaching Hung Gar Kuen, Grandmaster Chiu is also a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), a special consultant to the Wong Fei Hung Museum in Fashan City (Guangdong Province), and is probably best known as an actor, having starred in over 70 movies along side such superstars as Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, and, most recently, Stephen Chow in his smash hit Kung Fu Hustle” (in which he played The Tailor).As Hung Gar practitioners, we hear this all through our training, but never really stop to ask ourselves am I focusing at all on the soft side?” Now make no mistake, that hard” reputation of Hung Gar Kuen is indeed well earned, but what Grandmaster Chiu chose to focus his seminar on was the applications of Hung Gar`s soft techniques, as well as the power and effectiveness soft techniques can lend to harder ones.