WING CHUN TEMPLE University is the home of great Scholars and bravest Warriors.
WING CHUN TEMPLE University is preserving an Ancient Wisdom about this great art that forever remains in our hearts, souls, and minds. Above all, our Wong Long Wing Chun Association organization wants to honor the great Scholars, Masters and Warriors that came and contributed their knowledge and talents that are needed to be kept sacred with great respect.
WCTU Home of The Scholars and The Place of Making Peace Warriors
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Grandmaster Ip Man’s Ancestral Rules of Conduct
- Remain disciplined – Conduct yourself ethically as a martial artist.
- Practice courtesy and righteousness – Serve the society and respect your elders.
- Love your fellow students – Be united and avoid conflicts.
- Limit your desires and pursuit of bodily pleasures – Preserve the proper spirit.
- Train diligently – Maintain your skills.
- Learn to develop spiritual tranquility – Abstain from arguments and fights.
- Participate in society – Be moderate and gentle in your manners.
- Help the weak and the very young – Use martial skills for the good of humanity.
- Pass on the tradition – Preserve this Chinese art and rules of conduct.
Wing Chun Rules of Conduct
Wing Chun’s 18 Pointers to Deepen Your Art
- Remain calm.
- Be alert with your eyes.
- Sink your inner chi.
- Unite your waist and stance.
- Coordinate your hands and feet.
- Be commanding with your fighting demeanor.
- Be steady with your breathing and strength.
- Protect your own posture.
- Be ferocious when clashing.
- Be forceful when applying power.
- Be fast with your fist.
- Be accurate with timing.
- Be continuous when applying Fan Sao.
- Movements must be agile.
- Do NOT use all of your strength.
- Comprehend the Principles of Yin and Yang.
- Be quick to end the fight.
- Any time when opportunity given, use your fist that closed to your opponent, and no fancy moves. “Fight is fight, no fight is no fight.” Or “Up to You.” -Sifu GM Wong Long Ching
Wing Chun's 18 Pointers
Wing Chun’s Sayings
– Retain what comes in, send off what retreats. Rush in on loss of hand contact.
– Do not be lax when your opponent is not advancing.
– Once your opponent moves, his center of gravity changes.
– Make the first move to have control. Attack according to timing.
– Timing is achieved through practice.
– A strong attitude and posture gives an advantage over your opponent.
– Being alert and adapting to the situation allows maximum results for minimum effort.
– The body follows the movement of the hands. The waist and the stance move together.
– Complement the hands with posture to make good use of the centerline.
– The eyes and the mind travel together, paying attention to leading edge of attack.
– Charge into the opponent. Execute three moves together.
– Strike any presented posture if it is there. Otherwise strike where you see motion. Beware of sneak attacks, leakage attacks and invisible centerline attacks.
– Soft and relaxed strength will put your opponent in jeopardy.
– Coordinate the hands and feet. Movement is together.
– Do not take risks and you will always connect to the target.