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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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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.

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

Once, at daytime Lam Sai Wing went on a stroll with his teacher Wong Fei Hung to the monastery Haichuangxi. There they met a monk called  ̉å Tîu ("The Iron Head"). That monk, exceptionally brave and strong, was in full command of the fighting arts. After bowing and greeting them with his hands in a Buddhist manner he invited them to his cell. Drinking tea, they leisurely went on talking. After some idle talk they begun to discuss the Kung Fu technique.

Monk Te Tou said with a smile that learning the Kung Fu technique was extremely difficult for him, but one must be patient and persistent.
If you train persistently, you will be able to achieve great success in full confidence. When he became a monk, he started to train himself by head butting. His teacher showed him some exercises with a stone mortar that used for butting and strengthening the head and the body. After long and persistent training he asked his mentor if his body could become as solid as iron. The mentor replied with a smile: "Why not? If you train systematically, all the time do exercises, your head will become like an iron bell!"

Afterwards he asked his mentor again: "Will the other people be able to get such results, if they do this exercise?" The mentor shook his head and said that there were no such people at that time. The monk "The Iron Head" achieved great results in training. While talking, he took a thick iron rod and stroke at his head with all his strength. The rod was visibly bent. That's why, if somebody wants to attack the monk, he can repeal the attack with his head. No doubt, it will have grave consequences for his enemy. 

A well-trained monk can defend himself and attack with his head and the enemy can not resist him.

 

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Southern Shaolin
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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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