Our Man Mou Publishing is proud to announce a new ebook release – special collector’s edition of Chan Hon Chung’s Tiger and Crane Double Form Set Manual!
Many masters consider Fu Hok Seung Ying to be a complete system on its own. As the famous saying goes: “Combination of Tiger and Crane has no enemy in the world!” (Fu Hok Hap Yat, Tin Ha Mou Dik).
“Tiger and Crane Double Form Set” has been the subject of numerous books, the first being a classic “Lam Sai Wing’s” manual written by Jyu Yuk Jai, Grand Master Lam’s disciple.
Legendary New Martial Hero Magazine has published in 1970s a rare photo series of Grand Master Chan Hon Chung, performing the “Tiger and Crane Double Form Set”. Today we have the honor to bring you a complete and restored edition of all photos (plus bonuses).
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Apart from the collection of 80 rare black & white photos of grandmaster Chan Hon Chung, performing legendary “Tiger and Crane Double Form Set” (Fu Hok Seung Ying Kyun) of Hung Ga Kyun, our special edition contains also a list of all names of the techniques in English, Cantonese, plus traditional Chinese characters.
We have included as well following articles form Real Kung Fu and Secret of Kung Fu magazines:
- Master Chan Hon Chung. A Kung Fu Master Honored by the Queen
- A Famous Practitioner of Hung Kuen – Sifu Chan Hon Chung
And that’s not all – we have included 2 extra bonuses!
- Bonus #1: Full colored poster of Grand Master Chan Hon Chung in “Moon Shadow Hand Kick” (Yut Ying Sau Geuk) posture
- Bonus #2: A link to a video documentary about grandmaster Chan Hon Chung and his Hong Kong’s school – Kung Fu: The Hard Way
About Grand Master Chan Hon Chung
Grand Master Chan Hon Chung was born in 1909 in Hing Ling, Gwong Dung province, China. In 1921 he moved to Hong Kong and in 1928 began his training in Hung Kyun in Lam Sai Wing’s branch school in Central District.
In his early years, Chan Sifu was the army instructor of swordsmen in Seun Dak and assistant instructor of Kowloon YMCA Martial Arts Traing Class for youth. He opened his own school and Dit Da Clinic – Hon Chung Gymnasium – in 1938.
Chan Hon Chung was very active in the Chinese martial arts circles – in 1970’s he Chan organised Hong Kong Chinese Martial Arts Association. In 1973 he received a medal of honor from Queen Elizabeth II for his social and humanitarian services in Hong Kong. Chan Hon Chung, “Mr. Goodness and Kindness” passed away in March 1991.
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