Legendary Hung Ga Kyun Grand Masters of the past, Masters of today – the origins, the roots.
Download a special Hung Kyun Tribute Poster, designed by long time friend and disciple of Pavel Macek Sifu, Karel Moc.
Karel is one of the most gifted progressive Czech designers, who has helped our association with graphic design on numerous occassions. We higly reccomend his service – You can contact him at karelmoc at email.cz.
You can download 2 different versions of the printable poster as well as wallpaper below.
Lam Sai Wing’s “Taming the Tiger” ebook – new release of our Man Mou publishing – was welcomed by the Hung Ga community with applause.
Finaly a translation of the complete original manual with all additional texts.
Finaly the translation and commentary by competent Hung Ga practitioner.
Finaly edition with Chinese characters, names of all techniques and correct romanization of both Cantonese and Mandarin.
For all interested to have this precious manual, please download a free sample of 30 pages below: Continue reading
Restored Edition of the Legendary 1936 Manual – New Translation with Commentary!
“Taming of the Tiger” is the fundamental set of today’s Hung Kyun, one of the “Three Treasures” of Hung Ga. Chinese Hung Kyun Masters say: “When you enter the gate, you must first Tame the Tiger!”
Gung Ji Fuk Fu Kyun contains all the basic techniques and principles of Hung Kyun – stances, blocks, punches and kicks. Mastering of “Taming of the Tiger” is a prerequisite for further training in the style. Students in traditional schools spent their first few years practicing this set and mastering its skills and combat applications.
Luckily for us, Gung Ji Fuk Fu Kyun was well documented for the posterior generation in a series of photographs and accompanying notes, compiled to conceise manual, written by disciples of Grand Master Lam Sai Wing under his supervision. Continue reading
Hung Ga Kyun Fans, Researchers, Practitioners and Masters!
Would you like to learn more about Real Kung Fu? Real Hung Kyun?
Curious to learn more about various Hung Ga Kyun lineages, both famous and rare?
Interested in the Hung Ga legends, stories and biographies of old Grand Masters?
Eager to find out more about Hung Kyun sets, techniques, weapons and applications?
Hungry to get the valuable and rare information from one of the few reliable sources – Masters from the Mecca of Traditional Chinese martial arts, Hong Kong?
Ready to discover the secrets from the times of of Chinese Kung Fu renaissance, full contact tournaments, Kung Fu movies craze of 1970’s? Continue reading