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    No, force sensitivity is important in close range...

    No, force sensitivity is important in close range combat.
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    There are 8 hands of Wing Chun, called the 詠春八手 ...

    There are 8 hands of Wing Chun, called the 詠春八手

    攤 - tan sao
    膀 - bong sao
    伏 - fook sao
    圈 - hun sao

    耕 - gang sao
    刮 - gua sao
    捆 - koon sao
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    It's not a new form, it's a competition form,...

    It's not a new form, it's a competition form, comprising of all 3 forms and movements also from Baat Jam Dou.
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    Tai Chi Quan will complement your Wing Chun,...

    Tai Chi Quan will complement your Wing Chun, definitely. It is the same vice versa.
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    Actually both gledhill and terence are correct,...

    Actually both gledhill and terence are correct, gledhill emphasizes on 发劲在膊 (Cyclic punches etc), whereas terence emphasizes on 力从地起 (Strength comes from the body)。

    One very good way of developing...
  6. Thread: Kuen Kuit

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    I assume you are referring to the kuit, so i have...

    I assume you are referring to the kuit, so i have to disagree that it is obscure
    and meaningless.

    Some excerpts:

    怕打终打
    贪打防空
    以攻为守
    以守为攻
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    This is correct.

    This is correct.
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    念头正 终生正 Is the meaning of Siu Nim Tao. To...

    念头正
    终生正

    Is the meaning of Siu Nim Tao.

    To elaborate further, if your thoughts are correct, then your life will be correct.
    Also means if your principles and training are correct, then your...
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    。。。 Sorry if this is something new, but wheres...

    。。。

    Sorry if this is something new, but wheres the yao ma (structure)...?

    I believe you are trying to induct principles of Tai Chi and Kum Na (grasping
    of hands)(擒拿) into your training...
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OfZpPemzq0

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OfZpPemzq0
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    Thanks for the reply, correct my understanding,...

    Thanks for the reply, correct my understanding, does it translate
    to Taiji's push hands, where you can receive force and use it back to the opponent?
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    I beg to disagree with this and also Hendrik's...

    I beg to disagree with this and also Hendrik's next reply, dissolve means
    to 化, by doing bong with turning horse, we are actually dissolving force, we
    all know that force cannot be gone instantly,...
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    I beg to disagree, using bong sao together with...

    I beg to disagree, using bong sao together with turning of ma, has the effect
    of dissolving force... And this was the very first lessons i learn in Wing Chun...
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    IMHO, your essay contains what is taught by...

    IMHO, your essay contains what is taught by "來留去送" (comes accept goes return) and "卸力" (dissolving incoming force), and also
    Wing Chun's 忌 (taboo) of 斗力 (direct force competition)

    This is clear...
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    以柔制剛 - subdue by using very little force

    以柔制剛 - subdue by using very little force
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    There is no blocking in Wing Chun, in all ways we...

    There is no blocking in Wing Chun, in all ways we strive to do
    卸力, meaning receiving incoming force then redirecting it.

    This is much much better than just blocking, think of punching a blade of...
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    Very interesting, but i have to say this is...

    Very interesting, but i have to say this is totally misleading, let me rephrase, totally
    wrong... to us Chinese,
    Shaolin Temple is where the origins of Buddhism can be found in China, when
    it...
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    Poll: I just happen to pass by and see this thread...

    I just happen to pass by and see this thread and...

    In chinese... Shaolin Do becomes 少林道

    This is strange in Chinese, because... Shaolin is Buddhism, and Tao is Taoism.
    And Shaolin Do is a very...
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    Yes, this is correct.

    Yes, this is correct.
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    Mon sao, or 问手, is actually an empty handed...

    Mon sao, or 问手, is actually an empty handed technique with principles behind it.
    It is almost the same as 太极's (or 形意 correct me) 问劲.
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    I agree, thanks for the insight.

    I agree, thanks for the insight.
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    There is a saying that if you truely understand...

    There is a saying that if you truely understand the little idea, you have learnt
    Half of wing chun kuen
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    No problem, i'm just contributing what i know,...

    No problem, i'm just contributing what i know, and i didn't mean it to be,
    i am just stating the facts.
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    Hi, According to GM Ip Chun: When Si Jo...

    Hi,

    According to GM Ip Chun:

    When Si Jo Yip Man arrived in Hong Kong from Fut San (long history skipped), and started to teach Wing Chin, he had a difficulty in teaching the jong faat. There...
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    I believe you are referring to GM Ip Chun's...

    I believe you are referring to GM Ip Chun's interview.

    He was not actually saying WC is for health only.

    This is my best translation on the clip:

    GM Ip Chun: "My vision for the future is...
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