Eddie Chong – Wing Chun


Eddie Chong – Wing Chun

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Sil Lum Tao, Chum Kiu, and Bil Gee.
Double Sticking Hands Vol.2 (Surng Chi Sao).
Part 1 of Vol.3 – Eight Cutting Daggers and Six and a Half Points Staff
Part 2 of 3 – Wooden Dummy Sifu Chong, Eddie Martial artists around the world regard Sifu Eddie Chong as a prominent practitioner and instructor of Fushan Kung Fu.
Sifu Eddie began his Wing Chun training in 1968, which led him on a journey that required him to devote over 30 years of his life to Kung Fu.
His Yip Man Wing Chun lineage can be traced back to Leung Sheung, Yip Man’s first and most prized student.
Sifu Chong traveled to Fushan to further his understanding of Kung Fu concepts (Canton, Mainland China).
He was accepted as the last disciple and heir by Grandmaster Pan Nam, a direct descendant of Shaolin Kung Fu.
Former President Mao Zedong recognized and acknowledged Pan Nam as the first Wing Chun Grandmaster.
Sifu Chong was introduced to the Bak Mei (White Eyebrow) style of Kung Fu during subsequent visits to Fushan, which further enhanced his understanding of the fighting principles that characterize realistic self-defense.
Sifu Eddie, as he is affectionately known, is well-known for his willingness to share the skills and training methods that distinguish both Wing Chun and Bak Mei.
He has been featured in a number of martial arts publications, including Black Belt Magazine (May 1992) and Inside Kung Fu (September 1985, December 1988, and a two-part feature in July and August 1993).
Sifu Chong was featured in “Complete Wing Chun” by authors Robert Chu, Rene Ritchie, and Y. Wu (Tuttle Publishing).


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