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Secrets
of
Southern Shaolin
Lam Sai Wing
Lam Sai Wing
 (1860-1943)

"Since my young years till now, for 50 years, I have been learning from Masters. 
I am happy that I have earned the love of my tutors who passed on me the Shaolin Mastery…"

Hung Gar Bible - canonical books by Master Lam Sai Wing

HUNG GAR

Short Historical Essay on Master Lam Sai Wing Written by His Disciple Zhu Yuzhai. As related by Zhang Shibiao from Pangyu. The twelfth year Kuihai of the Peoples Republic (1923), the first month of the summer. 

Lam Sai Wing
Shaolin Temple Kung Fu

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The Fist of Hung Family

"Tiger and Crane" Kung Fu

 

 

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1.

Introduction 

2.

Master Lam Sai Wing Sets Up a School for Training the Fighting Arts in Canton

3.

Master Lam Sai Wing Becomes a Disciple of Wong Fei Hung

4.

Lam Sai Wing and Wong Fei Hung Talk to a Monk Called "The Iron Head"

5.

Master Lam Sai Wing Gaines the Upper Hand over the Monk Called "The Iron Head"

6.

Master Lam Sai Wing Deals with a Band of Rowdies

7.

Master Lam Sai Wing and his disciples enter "The Society for Cooperation" with the aim of mutual confrontation to robbers and cutthroats

8.

Master Lam Sai Wing is Lured into a Death Trap

9.

Master Lam Sai Wing becomes the Chief Instructor in the army of Fujien province.

Introduction

Master Lam Sai Wing (1860-1943) was born in Pingzhou district of the southern Guangdong province. He was a generous, bright and witty boy who from his childhood strove for knowledge and did well in traditional classic sciences. His esteemed ancestor Lam repeatedly told him that talent and persistence are a good base to form one's character.

Besides, as far as Chinese pugilistic arts and sword fencing are concerned, the past period, when fighting techniques were secretly trained, should serve as an example. So, the second factor of success is to follow the ancient methods. 

Master Lam Sai Wing learned Kung Fu for many years and had long experience, yet he could not be self-confident and humbly gained knowledge of ancient times in his desire to comprehend the innermost essence of the art. His disciples Hu Jinxin and Shao Zhangbo helped him in that. Later, they could not go on with their training and set up butcheries to earn their living. Only Master Lam, full of high aspirations, did not forget the ancient directions and diligently and indefatigably reared the art in his soul. It cannot but give rise to our admiration, indeed!

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Southern Shaolin Kung Fu - Tiger Style

Hung Gar 

The Fist of Hung Family

"Tiger and Crane" Kung Fu

 

 

Secrets
of
Southern Shaolin
Lam Sai Wing
Lam Sai Wing
 (1860-1943)

"Since my young years till now, for 50 years, I have been learning from Masters. 
I am happy that I have earned the love of my tutors who passed on me the Shaolin Mastery…"

Hung Gar Bible - canonical books by Master Lam Sai Wing

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