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Sifu Tony
04-21-2001, 09:41 PM
Just wanted to let everyone know, that if they are looking for a good support organization, or training and instructor certification for Chin-Na, there is now a great organization to contact.
The Chinese/American Chin-Na Association
www.chin-na.cc (http://www.chin-na.cc)
I have just been appointed as one of the directors of the organization, and will help anyone who may have questions. I can be contacted either through the association e-mail, or you can contact me directly at:


Sifu Tony Massengill
3rd Generation Lineage Instructor
Ip Man Family Wing Chun Kuen
www.wingchunkungfu.cc (http://www.wingchunkungfu.cc)

04-24-2001, 12:35 AM
I have been looking locally for a source for Chin Na. I have been to New Jersey and will be going to Boston to see Dr. Yang again.

I live on Long Island, New York. Do you have any suggestions for good Chin Na in my area?

Thanks in advance,


Kung Lek
04-25-2001, 10:46 PM
Hey Godzilla, have you ever had occasion to meet Johnny Tsai?

I hear, he is an eagle claw/shaolin master with real good Chin Na skills but I don't know anything more than what I heard from a friend who had been to NYC and met and trained with him for a while.

Maybe you could look him up?

Kung Lek

Wong Ying Home
04-29-2001, 12:29 AM
Go study the eagle claw system and develop skill beyond simply chin na.

Chin Na is only one element