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'Historically set, informative, and insightful, Rene Ritchie delivers the goods on the little-known art of Yuen Kay-San wing chun kuen...A 'must have' for all wing chun enthusiasts.'-Mrk V. wiley, Martial Arts Illustrated

From Mainland China, Kuen Kay-San wing chun-one of the most rare and elusive branches of the art-is introduced for the first time to the West. With origins amidst the Red Junk Opera performers and anti-Qing revolutionaries of centuries past, and skills honed by the members of the Guangdong constabulary, closed doors and the tradtitional veils of secrecy have always kept this rare art away from the public eye...until now!

Profusely illustrated with hundreds of historical and action photographs, Yuen Kay-San Wing Chun Kuen covers the system's history and development, foundamental concepts and principles, and its training methods, including the complete sup yee sik and siu lien tao forms and their respective fighting applications. For beginners, this book serves as a great introduction to wing chun kuen; for seasoned practitioners, it offers new and unique perspectives into the art.

Rene Ritchie has been studying the Yuen Kay-San system of wing chun kuen since 1990 under the guidance of Ngo Lui-Kay. He is co-author of Complete Wing Chun (Tuttle 1998) and has written articles for such international publications as Martial Arts Illustrated, Martial Arts Masters, and the Wing Chun Kuen Today newsletter. Rene created and maintains the www.wingchunkuen.com site on the Internet and is currently developing several other projects. He works and practices in Eastern Canada.

Contents

Foreword by Ngo Lui-Kay
Foreward by Rkobert Chu
Author's preface
Introduction
Notes on variation
Notes on language
Part One: Origin
Legends of wing chun kuen
Ng Mui
Miu Shun
Yim Yee
Yim Wing-Chun
Leong Bok-Lao
The red junk opera
Jee Shim
2 History of wing chun kuen
The red junk opera
Yuen Kay-San
Cheung Bo
Sum Nung
Part Two: Fundamentals
3 Concepts of wing chun kuen
The meridian ine
The 12 methods
Tactical advice
Training principles
4 Wing chun kuen body structure
The lower body
The upper body
The bridge arms
Part Three: Forms
5 The opening form
6 The 12 forms
Meridian punch
Linked chain punch
Side punch
Single dragon punch
Arrow punch
Triangel palms
Inside outside yin and yang palms
Inside join
Outside join
Detaning jining arms
Flapping wing palms
Sticking single bridge
White crane seizes the fox
7 LIttle first training
Opening form
Cross shaped arm
Three prayers to kBkuddha
Pinning arms
Darting fingers
Circing bridges
Swallowing arms
Wing arm
Three star punch
8 The closing form
Part Fkour: Training
9 Basic training
Solo training
Partner training
10 Advanced training
Sinking bridges
Darting fingers
Wooden dummy
Kidney breathing
Six-and-a-half-point pole
Double knves
Afterword by Georgia Dow
Afterword by Antony Casella
Wing Chun family tree
Glossary
About the author
 
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