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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…"

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Master Lam Sai Wing

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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. 

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Introduction 

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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.

Master Lam Sai Wing Becomes a Disciple of Wong Fei Hung

At that time there were strong anti-Japanese feelings among the people. The Japanese in Canton did injustice and unlawful actions, beat and humiliated the people and the people had to be on the run. The Japanese treated the Chinese with arrogance. One Japanese searched for Master Lam Sai Wing and tried to enter his school. He was not fastidious in his choice of words and sharply said that Master Lam Sai Wing was a cissy and had no any right to train other people and to have his own school. If he saw the fine Shaolin technique of esteemed Lam Sai Wing, he would not be so thoughtless!

Su Wenzu, a well-known classically educated master who got perfection in the pair sword technique and lived in Canton, highly appraised Lam Sai Wing's mastership. He said that he was ready to serve Master Lam

Master Lam Sai Wing did not fear anybody; he taught at his school and showed benevolence to everybody. His disciples tried not to participate in shuffles or combat actions and kept aloof. However, worried about what happened around and realized that their country was on the verge of downfall, they agreed to participate in public show fight. A lot of important persons came to see the fight. Master Lam's enemy challenged him with a stick in his hand, and his voice was like a tiger's roar. It was a furious fight, the fighters' bodies were covered with wounds, they bled profusely. Suddenly Master Lam's enemy threw away his stick and ran away. 

Although Master Lam won the victory, his body was covered with bloody wounds. Lam Sai Wing went to bow Wong Fei Hung who was not only an excellent Kung Fu master, but a doctor of the Chinese traditional medicine. Master Wong Fei Hung was very glad to meet Lam. He told him that he would be a worthy disciple at his school. He cured wounds and gave him a great support. Master Lam Sai Wing accumulated knowledge with veneration to his teacher.

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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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