EARLE'S ACADEMY VING CHUN KUEN
GRANDMASTER IP MAN - NEW MARTIAL HERO
It Is believed that Ip Man (Yip Man) gave just two interviews. In this interview with "NEW MARTIAL HERO" magazine he talks of his meeting and subsequent training with Leung Bik the elder son of the famous Dr Leung Jan.
Some try to discredit Ip Man and his teachings, claiming that Leung Bik never existed. However it is said that there are Wing Chun/medical manuscripts that were written by Dr Leung Jan which passed to his son Leung Bik who passed them to Ip Man.
"The Form" - NEW insightful and inspirational view into the incredible depth of Sil Nim Tao - this is a must read!
"IP MAN" - Interview with Ip Man as published in New Hero magazine
"Chi Sau Stands Up" - by Kevin Earle as published in Fight Times (pdf may take 5 seconds to load)
"21 Years in Wing Chun" - Sifu Red remembers his first contact with Wing Chun.
"Finding Wing Chun" - Sifu Awatea - his beginning in the Art that has taken him into China, Australia, Southeast Asia, and Hong Kong.
"Invincible Ving Chun" - About the art of Invincibility.
"KungFu History" - Dispelling a myth and recounting some real Kungfu facts & history.
"KungFu Lifestyle" - How can one live a Kungfu lifestyle?
"Legend Of Wing Chun" -Ving Chun is simply defined.
"Little Ideas" .. frequently updated; thoughtful and inspirational ideas from members.
"Memories" ... a Wing Chun Sifu shares his impressions of his training days with Sifu Kevin.
"Schoolboy Interview" ... over 25 years ago a schoolboy interviewed Sifu Kevin.
"Sifu Net" ... Sifu Net And The Wing Chun Riddle. A must read.
"Siu Nim Tao" - Sifu Beau gives this followup to his 2011 workshops in NZ.
"Treasure Lost" ... the remarkable life of Huloo Loo-Chi Hu. 2 videos & articles.
"Wing Chun History" ... A legendary history of Wing Chun Kuen.
"Wing Chun History NZ" ... The real history of Wing Chun in New Zealand
"Wing Chun Master" ...only known interview with Wing Chun GrandMaster Choy Siu Kwong
"Women In Wing Chun" ... The 'First Lady' of Wing Chun - Karen Armstrong