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    I learned in the hodge podge of toisanese/english...

    I learned in the hodge podge of toisanese/english that is common in most chinatowns of north america. lol

    so, i tread carefully around stuff like chinese language terms and such not being very...
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    really? tou lou? I've never heard that term from...

    really? tou lou? I've never heard that term from cantonese players across a few styles.

    It's pretty much always "kuen"

    tid sen kuen
    fu hok seung ying kuen
    ng ying kuen
    sap ying kuen
    gong...
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    typically the word "kuen" is used to denote "fist...

    typically the word "kuen" is used to denote "fist method/law" or "set/form"

    "chuan fa" is another term (literally "fist law")

    Mostly "Kuen" (or "kyun" if you prefer) though.
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