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Wing Chun Illustrated:

Issue 1: Aug 2011

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Wing Chun Illustrated
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
64 pages Perfect-bound
Sports & Leisure
gung fu, ip man, kung fu, martial arts, Ving Tsun, wing chun, Wing Tjun, Wing Tsun, Wing Tsung, Yip Man

The premiere issue of Wing Chun Illustrated features Victor Kan Wah Chit on the cover. Nicknamed “Untouchable” and “King of Chi Sau”, Kan is one of the last active students of Grandmaster Ip Man. Senior in rank to both Ip Chun and Ip Ching, he describes himself as GM Ip Man’s natural successor. Readers may well be shocked by some of his opinions, and yet, when Alan Gibson met him, he found him to be good company. Kan’s arguments are based on rank and tradition, and he has plenty of tales to tell about GM Ip Man in the glory days of Wing Chun. While Wong Shun Leung and his peers were out fighting Beimo around Hong Kong, he was holding the fort for the next generation. Kan’s beliefs are concerned primarily with quality Wing Chun. The remainder is arguably scandal and self-promotion.

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