Monthly Archives: November 2015

Brief Biography of Hon Hoi, Disciple of Grand Master Lam Sai Wing [Plus Rare Photos & Videos]

Hon Hoi, Hung Ga Kyun

Hon Hoi belongs to the older generation of Lam Sai Wing’s Hong Kong students, together with Jyu Yu Jai (author of three so called “Lam Sai Wing’s” books), Dang Sau King, Lau Jaam,and others. He has started to learn from Grand Master Lam at his String Lane (Gung Wan Hong) gym, close to the Bamboo Hill.

The main reasons why Hon Hoi started to learn Hung Kyun under Lam Sai Wing were general fitness, strength, and health. He had a well payed job in telecommunications, but has spent too much sitting. He has heard about the famous “Iron Thread Set” (Tit Sin Kyun) and the excellent results in strengthening the body and healing diseases from other students of Lam Sai Wing, like Jyu Yu Jai and Wu Lap Fung – it was one of the main reasons why he joined Lam Sai Wing§s gym and eventually learned and mastered the set. Continue reading


Fundamental Practical Hung Kyun Self-Protection Drills: Wall Drill [Video]

Practical Hung Kyun Self-Protection Drills

Demonstration from the fundamental PHK combative curriculum – simple, easy to learn and practical techniques: ‘‘What you learn in the afternoon must work for you that evening in the parking lot.” (McCann).

The drill is in Chinese martial arts called “Back to Wall Battle”: The person being assaulted has to   immediately switch form defense to offense, step in (Biu Ma) into the attacker and terminate the threat using the principle “Up – Down” (Seung Ha) and so called behavioral reactions. Continue reading


Hon Hoi (Disciple of Grand Master Lam Sai Wing): “Five Animals Set” [Rare Video]

Hon Hoi (Disciple of Grand Master Lam Sai Wing): "Five Animals Set"

Hon Seui Hoi, also called Hon Hoi, was one of the early Hong Kong disciples of Grand Master Lam Sai Wing. He has studied with Grand Master Lam in his school at String Lane (Gung Wan Hong), close to the Bamboo Hill.

Check out a very rare video of Hon Sifu, performing Hung Ga Kyun’s “Five Animals” (Ng Ying Kyun). Continue reading