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  1. Thread: Bak mei?

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    Moon festival demonstration

    Here is a short clip of our schools Pak Mei performance :
    http://youtu.be/QupPaPpFsNc

    Regards Lau
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    Hi, I must have around 10 pics of Great...

    Hi,

    I must have around 10 pics of Great Grandmaster Cheung Lai Chuen showing techniques from the staff form. Don't know how to upload them here. Are you on FB?

    Regards, Lau
  3. Thread: Chinese Lion Dance

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    Hadn't thought about that yet. Thank you for...

    Hadn't thought about that yet. Thank you for sharing !
    Lau
  4. Thread: Chinese Lion Dance

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    Indeed it sounded very logical once we heard it....

    Indeed it sounded very logical once we heard it. Standing in front of the shop and looking at it the lowest was on the left side. Highest on the right side above the shop entrance.
  5. Thread: Chinese Lion Dance

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    Stairway to heaven

    Hi,
    This year we got the 9 hanging lettuces/oranges again, but we learned it's meaning. They were hanging in a row, parallel to the shop. but the height increased with each one. So the meaning was...
  6. Thread: Chinese Lion Dance

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    Hi Brothernumber9, Thank you for your...

    Hi Brothernumber9,

    Thank you for your interest. I just got the picture and there were 9 lettuces hanging in a straight horizontal line. The middle one slightly higher. I can email you the picture...
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    Lion dance question

    Hi all,

    I have a question on lion dance. Last year during Chinese new year a shop hung 7 lettuces in front of their shop. I have never seen it before. Does anybody know the meaning and the way it...
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    Good stuff, our Pak Mei school recently...

    Good stuff, our Pak Mei school recently participated in the celebration of 100 years Chinese people in the Netherlands. 100 Lions were played in the Amsterdam City centre. It was a joint effort of...
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    Hi there, Every sunday there is a kung fu...

    Hi there,

    Every sunday there is a kung fu demonstration in Kowloon park. Every week an other school presents itself. Visit it a lot and see if there is any school you like in particular.

    Have...
  10. Thread: Vancouver folks...

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    Hey Kevin, Mantis108 moved from Yellowknife...

    Hey Kevin,

    Mantis108 moved from Yellowknife to Vancouver in 2009. I will email you (through facebook) the latest email address I have of him.

    Best regards, Lau
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    Style is awesome and very practical, Check it out...

    Style is awesome and very practical, Check it out !

    Regards Lau, Pak Mei practitioner from Amsterdam Holland
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    I am still wondering why it is called Mang Fu,...

    I am still wondering why it is called Mang Fu, after 9 steps and 18 frictions I would have expected something with 36. Why does the numerology stop at this form? Regards, Lau
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    Gentlemen, We seem pretty connected. Philip...

    Gentlemen,

    We seem pretty connected. Philip Wong is from my lineage, coming from 5th generation grandmaster Lee Sai Keung in Hong Kong.

    Regards, Lau
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    Great footage, thank you for sharing.

    Great footage, thank you for sharing.
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    Lai See, That could have been my exact post !...

    Lai See,

    That could have been my exact post ! Of course all theory on FCTT is in Jek bo (called Chi Pu for us in Hakka). Many people use the words, but it is rare to see it actually been done....
  16. Thread: Bak mei?

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    Lai See, I am not a native speaker, let me...

    Lai See,

    I am not a native speaker, let me try to explain it like this. I live in an old house. When I punch/ use power the floor squeaks and glasses in the cupboard can be heard ect. Not because...
  17. Thread: Bak mei?

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    Yum Cha The "jumping" is found in HK too, but...

    Yum Cha

    The "jumping" is found in HK too, but certainly not in all schools. It does add a cool sound to a performance. But in my opinion the ground should tremble because of the "ging" generation...
  18. Thread: Bak mei?

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    Don't like the jumping, that not pak mei power...

    Don't like the jumping, that not pak mei power generation in my book.

    Regards, Lau
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    Hi, I don't think the book is rare, but just...

    Hi,

    I don't think the book is rare, but just new instead. Looking at the cover I wonder if I would classify it as "traditional" Pak Mei (if even that exists) or if it had influences from other...
  20. Thread: Emei Bai Mei

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    Wind Fire Taoist

    Ittokaos,

    Would you mind telling me more about the Wind Fire Taoist? I never heard of that name before, but we have "wind fire hall" written at the top of our Pak Mei altar.

    Regards, Lau
  21. Saw the vid when Mantis108 posted it. Very...

    Saw the vid when Mantis108 posted it. Very interesting to see, but I can't read the chinese text he posted with it.

    So if anyone can shed some more light on this I will be very happy

    Best...
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    Eric, Thank you very much for the Hakka tiger...

    Eric,

    Thank you very much for the Hakka tiger boxing clip. I really loved that and I am greatly impressed with his skills. The way the back leg is kept almost straight is something I find very...
  23. Thread: Beer...

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    Off to Belgium...

    Ls,

    My last post before heading off to Belgium to celebrate the new year in style, La Chouffe, Orval and my all time favourite : Westmalle triple....
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    I am surely planning a Sarawak backpacking trip...

    I am surely planning a Sarawak backpacking trip somewhere in the coming years. I'll use your pictures to convince my wife we need to go. Your national parks also should be magnificent!
    Regards, Lau
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    Thanks

    Eric,

    Thanks you very much for sharing that clip, I am greatly impressed with her skills. The relaxation and speed with which her hands shoot out in combination with the elbow positioning make...
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