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    Fut San Great Victory (Hung Sing) School's Umbrella weapon form


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    Rule: A disciple setting up a martial arts hall may not be named after his or her own name.

    In 1849, Hung Sing Choy Lee Fut founder Cheung Hung Sing was ordered to go to the city of Fut San to establish a kung fu school to aid the Tai Ping Rebellion by the infamous Monk Ching Cho (Green Grass Monk). Contrary to popular belief, Chan Heung did not send Cheung Hung Sing to Fut San to open a school for Choy Lee Fut. If this was indeed the case, then Cheung Hung Sing would have obeyed the rule.

    In 1851 Cheung Hung Sing officially established his Hung Sing Kwoon 洪勝館in the City of Fut San using the name given to him by his teacher Monk Ching Cho. Available records indicate it was established in synchronicity with the Tai Ping Rebellion which coincides with the true reason Cheung Hung Sing was in Fut San at that time.

    In the case of the name of his school, the Choy Lee Fut rule did not apply to Cheung Hung Sing because he wasn't in Fut San representing the Choy Lee Fut system. He was in fact representing Monk Ching Cho and the Hung Mun secret society. According to documentation, Cheung Hung Sing did not rre-emerge in the Choy Lee Fut realm until 1867 after reuniting with Chan Heung in Hong Kong during the years of 1864-1867.

    In 1875, one of Chan Heung's students who had a Choy Lee Fut school in Fut San as well went blind. According to some writing, Chan Heung chose Cheung Hung Sing to take over the school. In some instances the story was Cheung Hung Sing was the successor of that school. This was an incorrect statement. The reason being is if it were true, Cheung Hung Sing should have maintained the name of the blind guys school as the successor. Instead, Cheung Hung Sing removed the blind guys school name and replaced it with his own Hung Sing Kwoon, ending the history of the blind guys legacy.

    To conclude, the Choy Lee Fut rule above did not relate to Cheung Hung Sing in any way, therefore, not applying to HIM.
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    Talk about trying to re-write history.

    Below is something that was published a few days ago and it's completely FALSE, MISLEADING, and WRONG. BS is the word i'm really looking for.

    還記得電影《葉問》里當葉問打敗來紗廠滋事的金山找之後,紗廠老闆周清泉讓自己的兒子跟隨葉問學習詠春拳的 橋段嗎?陳享也做了一回這個橋段的主角。當陳享擊敗基利士之後,當時的很多華人富商都將自己的孩子送到陳享 門下學習蔡李佛拳,其中成就最高的是張炎。張炎對於蔡李佛拳表現出異乎尋常的熱愛,從那時候起,無論陳享身 在何地,他都緊緊跟隨。後來,陳享創立了新的武館——「鴻勝館」,張炎順便也把自己的名字改成 了張鴻勝。
    Translation:
    I still remember that in the movie "Ip Man", when Ye asked to defeat Jinshan, who was in trouble with the yarn factory, the mill owner Zhou Qingquan asked his son to follow Ye Wen to learn the bridge of Wing Chun. Chen Xiang also made a protagonist of this bridge. When Chen Xiang defeated Kilis, many Chinese wealthy businessmen at that time sent their children to Chen Xiangmen to study Cai Li's fist. The most successful one was Zhang Yan. Zhang Yan showed an extraordinary love for Cai Li's fist. From then on, no matter where Chen Xiang was, he followed closely. Later, Chen Xiang created a new martial arts hall - "Hongsheng Pavilion", and Zhang Yanshun changed his name to Zhang Hongsheng.

    the underlined is BS....plain and simple LIES
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    Fut San Hung Sing Kwoon sets world record for having 1,191 kids practicing CLF

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    Cool find HSK!

    Quote Originally Posted by hskwarrior View Post
    Fut San Hung Sing Kwoon sets world record for having 1,191 kids practicing CLF
    I'm copying this off our Cheung Hung Sing: Founder of Hung Sing Choy Lee Fut Kung Fu and adding it to our Martial Arts World Records and Stunts thread.

    成功创造世界纪录!1191佛山娃齐打蔡李佛拳
    发表日期:2018-07-04 09:54 文章来源:佛山日报分享至:
      

    1191名幼儿演练蔡李佛拳法,成功创造“世界上最多幼儿集体演练传统蔡李佛拳法”世界纪录。

      6月30日,由佛山真武馆、佛山市童星教育集团联合举办的“世界上最多幼儿集体演练传统蔡李佛拳法”世 界纪录挑战活动在南风古灶举行。现场1191名幼儿齐打蔡李佛拳,得到世界纪录协会的官方认证,成功创造世 界纪录。

      当日10时,尽管天气非常炎热,孩子们依然精神抖擞。1191名幼儿在老师的带领下,出拳踢腿,一招一 式打得有板有眼,精气神十足。据了解,孩子们打的是由佛山真武馆与佛山市童星教育集团编排的“蔡李佛少儿武 术操”。该套武术操既考虑少儿学习演练的需要,又充分保留了蔡李佛拳的特色手法和步型。

      在1191名幼儿打完“蔡李佛少儿武术操”后,世界纪录协会相关负责人现场宣布“世界上最多幼儿集体演 练传统蔡李佛拳法”世界纪录挑战成功,并向主办方颁发世界纪录证书。

      佛山真武馆馆长霍泽文表示,希望这次成功挑战世界纪录能在佛山地区乃至全球华人社区产生积极反响,让佛 山优秀传统文化发扬光大,借此擦亮“佛山功夫”名片,让佛山本土特色文化走向世界,为佛山打造“世界功夫之 城”的建设工作贡献一分力量。

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    Successfully set a world record! 1191 Foshan Wazi fights Cai Li Buddha
    Published date: 2018-07-04 09:54 Source: Foshan Daily shared to:


    1191 children practiced Cai Li's fist boxing method and successfully created the world record of "the world's most children's collective exercise traditional Cai Li Buddha boxing method".

    On June 30th, the World Record Challenge of the “World's Largest Children's Collective Exercises Traditional Cai Li Buddha Boxing” jointly organized by Foshan Zhenwu Museum and Foshan Tongxing Education Group was held in Nanfeng Guzao. At the scene, 1,191 children were beaten by Cai Li, and they were officially certified by the World Record Association and successfully set a world record.

    At 10 o'clock on the same day, the children were still energetic despite the hot weather. Under the leadership of the teacher, 1191 children kicked their fists, and they were able to play with their own eyes and spirits. It is understood that the children are playing the "Cai Li Fo Children's Martial Arts Exercise" compiled by Foshan Zhenwu Museum and Foshan Tongxing Education Group. This set of martial arts exercises not only considers the needs of children's learning exercises, but also fully retains the unique techniques and steps of Cai Li's Buddhist fist.

    After 1191 children finished the "Cai Li Fo Children's Wushu Exercises", the relevant person in charge of the World Record Association announced on the scene that "the world's most children's collective exercise traditional Cai Li Buddha boxing" world record challenge was successful, and issued a world record certificate to the organizers.

    Huo Zewen, director of the Foshan Zhenwu Museum, expressed the hope that this successful challenge to the world record will have a positive response in the Foshan area and even the global Chinese community, and promote the excellent traditional culture of Foshan, thus polishing the "Foshan Kungfu" business card and let the local characteristics of Foshan go The world has contributed a lot to the construction work of Foshan to create a "world of kung fu."

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    Hongsheng Pavilion in various revolutionary historical periods

    Among the large and small martial arts halls that have appeared in the history of modern China, their members have devoted themselves to the revolutionary cause and made important contributions in various revolutionary historical periods. For fear, there is only one Foshan Hongsheng Pavilion.
    On the eve of the 1911 Revolution, Li Su and Qian Weifang, the coaches of the Hongsheng Pavilion, were introduced by the alliance member Wang Hanem to join the alliance. They led a group of backbones of the Hongsheng Pavilion, mobilized a group of handicraft workers and shop assistants in Foshan and Shunde to participate in the bourgeois democratic revolutionary movement led by Sun Yat-sen G Huang Xing and others held the Huanghuagang Uprising in Guangzhou. . In November 1911 , at the mouth of Li, Li Su and other civilian forces led a fierce battle with the Qing troops stationed in Foshan, and they recovered Foshan in one fell swoop.
    In January 1922 , the Foshan Group of the Communist Party of China was established. At that time, there were 4 party members, namely Wang Han, Liang Furan, Qian Weifang, and Liang Guihua, of which Qian Weifang and Liang Guihua were members of the Hongsheng Pavilion. Later, Chen Xiongzhi and Wu Qin, the backbone of Hongsheng Pavilion, also joined the Communist Party. Under the leadership of the Communist Party, the Foshan Workers' Movement flourished. In the fall of 1922 , Foshan established the Foshan Union of Trade Unions under the leadership of the Communist Party. Under the leadership of the FTU, workers carried out a series of organized strikes, while the capitalists colluded with the yellow trade unions and the reactionary martial arts ( that is, the loyalty system such as the loyalty and Xingyi martial arts system ) to undermine the workers' movement. In this struggle, most members of the Hongsheng Pavilion joined the Federation of Trade Unions and the later Workers' Congress. Qian Weifang also served as the captain of the picket, Chen Xiongzhi served as the propaganda minister, Tang Xi served as the picket leader of the bamboo trade union, and Chen Yilin served as the The car clothing union picket captain. As the struggle between the Workers' Congress and the reactionary yellow trade unions are related to the relevant martial arts, the struggle between the Hongsheng system known as the "Social Characters" and the meaning system called the "Yizi School" is actually the Communist Party The struggle of the Workers' Congress under the leadership of the reactionary yellow union. In 1924 , Wu Qin formed the Nanpu Agricultural Regiment Army. In 1925 , he established the Fourth District Farmers Association of Nanhai County ( Wu Qin as the chairman ) in Taishang Temple , one of the branches of the Hongsheng Pavilion . Echoes.
    In 1927 , Chiang Kai-shek launched a " 12.12 " coup. On April 14 , the reactionary authorities and the reactionary yellow trade unions joined forces to suppress the Workers 'Congress. A group of Communist Party members and the backbone of the Workers' Congress were searched and killed. The revolution turned into a low tide, and Hongsheng Pavilion was also banned from activities. On December 12 , Wu Qin organized a team to cooperate with the Guangzhou Uprising and captured Pujun Ruins. The Guangzhou uprising failed, and Qian Weifang and Wu Qin fled to Hong Kong and Nanyang.
    In 1937 , Qian Weifang and Wu Qin returned to Foshan from Hong Kong, presided over the Hongsheng Sports Association's affairs, and led members into the torrent of the War of Resistance. They first set up a coaching class for killing enemies in the Hongsheng Pavilion, and sent some people to teach martial arts in some schools. Second, they organized a protective group, and a group of famous doctors in the Hongsheng Pavilion taught emergency treatment methods. In the meantime, Qian Weifang also held a technical training course, organized a group of members of the Hongsheng Pavilion to set up the Shanzi Village People's Self-Defense Force, and was banned by the Kuomintang authorities. Qian Weifang was forced to flee to Hong Kong. Although Qian Weifang left, Hong Sheng Pavilion, under the leadership of Wu Qin, continued to step up the formation of anti-Japanese armed forces. In October 1938 , on the eve of the fall of Foshan, Wu Qin notified the end of the Hongsheng Sports Club building, and informed more than 200 members of the Hongsheng Museum to Shiji to form an anti-Japanese guerrilla. This team won the second guerrilla detachment in Guangzhou, with Wu Qin as commander. Later, the Guanger guerrillas developed into several people, became the people's anti-Japanese armed forces under the direct leadership of the Communist Party of China, and repeatedly destroyed the Japanese and Puppet Army in Nanfanshun. In May 1942, Wu Qin was killed by Lin Xiaoya, the National Army.
    The development history of Hongsheng Pavilion not only occupies an important position in the development history of Foshan martial arts, And the history of the revolutionary struggle in Foshan is also closely linked.
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