First, be advised that all of these VCD's are IN CHINESE ONLY. In our opinion that doesn't matter much because the instruction is clear and the quality of photography very good. But we will not accept returns just because people didn't read... IN CHINESE ONLY. Given that, these are really tremendous deals for the money. Each of these special VCD's can be played on a computer for full enjoyment. Made for PC's they are also Mac compatible by downloading Quick time (for free) and any similar VCD player program. Also playable on most DVD players. For less than $10.00? Wow!

Hung Gar (Hung Jia) Boxing

Without a doubt Hung Gar is one of the most popular and well loved systems of Kung Fu outside of China. Rather underrepresented in the mainland it is nonetheless and well known system from Singapore to San Francisco. An elegant and powerful Southern Fist it is famous for the Tiger/Crane set, its dynamic tension, low horse and "Bridge Hand" gesture. Read more about this great style. This version is from the Canton Hong Family which traces its lineage to Wong Fei Hung and, ultimately, to Hong Xi Guan.

The first series is with Instructor Lam Yan (Lin Xin) a student of Deng Jing Tao among others. He has studied Hung Gar, Wing Chun, Hop Gar (Tibetan Kung Fu) and Yang Tai Chi.

See his Hop Gar offering.    See his Hung version of Wing Chun .

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VCD#1489 Iron Wire Form
Double VCD, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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One of our favorite Hung Gar forms. This is acknowledged as a crucial set in the Hung system. It is an intriguing combination of dynamic tension, Hung special strikes, Qigong and great stance work. Iron Wire doesn’t cover much acreage but it more than makes up for that with a sophisticated series of movements sometimes single handed, sometimes double combining Bridge Hand, Fist and Snake hand actions. Iron wire is obviously an internal set and shows off an attribute of Southern style that, while not exclusive, is more promouncd than in many Northern styles, namely the simultaneous practice of strong moves and Nei Gong.

VCD#1490 Single Bow Conquering the Tiger
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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Most Hung teachers start your training with either Lau Gar Kune (Lau Family Boxing) or Gong Ji Fuk Fu ( “I” Shaped Conquering the Tiger). This version is somewhat different than the more common version, a little shorter and, though still Conquering the Tiger, is called significantly “Single Bow” instead of I Shaped. Instructor Lin Xin is a student of Deng Jing Tao. He has studied Hung Gar, Wing Chun, Hop Gar (Tibetan Kung Fu) and Yang Tai Chi.

VCD#1491 Bridge Hand
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Chiao Gong (Kiuh Gong); Bridge Work with Lin Xin (Lahm Yan)
In the old days a Kung Fu man might ask you if you had "crossed bridges" with another practitioner. This meant, plain and simple, to fight because to fight two opponents have to cross each others forearms. In this introductory two VCDs the essential "bridge work" of the title emphasizes one of Hung Gar's most famous attributes: strong bridge work. The first VCD gives many exercises and including weight work for developing this essential series of skills. The second VCD shows the Bridge Work form, a short set concentrating on bridge motions. This is broken down and explained. This is a Double VCD

VCD#1492 Smashing Fist
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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Zhuang Da Chuan Johng Da Kune : Smashing Boxing (Colliding Strike Boxing)
This is a rarely seen form of the Hung Gar style. It is intermediate between the fairly simple Bridge Work and the complex Tiger/Crane. It is, to our mind, a very nice form and rather rare compared such favorites as Low Gar Kune and Gong Chi Fuk Fu. Beautifully laid out, with few kicks, many angle changes, strong bridgework and some fast hand combinations: this is a nice representative of the style.

VCD#1493 Smashing Fist, Practical Applications
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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Smashing Boxing Real Applications
This is a kind of a monologue where instructor Lam Yan explains the usage of the Hung forms but without the help of a partner. He goes into a lot of detail but you should know that he strictly speaks to the camera without aid from anyone else. Nonetheless, his explanation is centered around Smashing Boxing and gives details of usage and application from that form.

VCD#1494 Tiger and Crane Double Form
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Tiger Crane Double Form Boxing
Without a doubt the most widely recognized form of the Hung Family Fist. This double VCD gives the entire form with breakdowns. This version is slightly different from some of the more widely known versions in the West. Some of the details in the breakdown give some nice extra information on the interpretation of the movements contained in this quintessential Southern Boxing form. Originated by Wong Fei Hong this form was restructured by Li Si Rong. This is a Double VCD

Wong Fei Hung's Southern Boxing

This branch of Southern Fists claims lineage to the famous Chinese folk hero Wong Fai Hung (1847-1924). Son of Wong Kai-Ying, one of Canton's "Ten Tigers", who himself had studied from Shaolin master and monk Luk Ah-Choy. Wong's own Southern Shaolin is captured in his Hung Fist, a varied style with deep horse stances and mixed arm motions some of which could be considered Southern Long Fist. A prominent feature is the verbalization of different sounds as an active ingredient of Hei Kung training. Demonstrated by Chen Nian En, fourth generation disciple of Wong Fei Hung and the Chief Wushu Coach of Brunei.

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VCD#871 Wong Fei Hung Road One
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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A strong, clear flavor of Hung Gar (Hong Jia). This relatively short Southern Fist form is an amalgam of Gung Ji Fuk Fu and Fu Hak with noticeable Tiger Claw, Bridge Hand, Four Level Horse and Unicorn Step moves. Sort of a Southern fist highlights boxing.

VCD#872 Wong Fei Hung Road Two
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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This second road is constructed mostly of the middle movements associated with the Tiger Crane Fist. Significant movements include the side stepping, the Drunken Monk moves, the spinning fists and other major Southern Boxing motions. Good, strong form with very clear lines.

VCD#873 Wong Fei Hung Road Three
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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A fast, and dynamic Southern Boxing set. Much like the Arrow Fist of the Hung style. Very fast hands, hooking wrists and snake spear hands. Many body turns and redirected strikes. Good, strong form with clear actions and quick changes. A solid Southern set.

VCD#874 Wong Fei Hung Health Exercises
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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Many small but interesting Chi Kung motions. Animal actions are intermixed with movement which might resemble Tai Chi to many people. Some nice exercises especially for martial artists. Most of these Chi Kung exercises are definitely martial in color and flavor. This is Chen Nian En's own combination of Sun and Wu Tai Chi, along with Six Harmonies Boxing and other classic internal exercises.

VCD#875 Wong Fei Hung Wing Chun
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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This is a very clear presentation of the Siu Nim Dao first Wing Chun form. As a part of the Wong Fei Hung Southern Fist the movements are surprisingly true to the Yip Man standard form. No applications but pretty good camera work and extensive close ups mostly from a frontal angle.

VCD#876 Wong Fei Hung Bridge Rubbing Fist
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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Actually Lung Xing Mo Qiao Quan. That is to say "Dragon Shaped" Bridge Rubbing Boxing. Anyone familiar with Southern Fists is aware that there are few styles which do not emphasize some "bridge crossing" hand techniques. This set is quick and powerful with actions that resemble, say, White Eyebrow or Wu Mei Quan. Much trapping and snapping and a lot of centerline striking. Also a distinctive Dragon arch to the back.

VCD#877 Wong Fei Hung 5 Horse Boxing
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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Actually Lung Xing Wu Ma Gui Cao Quan or "Dragon Shaped Five Horses Return to the Trough Boxing." A long set. By now the horse stance associated with Hung is completely gone. Actions are fast, drag steps accompany almost all movements. There is special emphasis on unusual angles for fists strikes such as overlay back knuckles. Again, very similar at first blush to White Eyebrow style work.

VCD#878 Wong Fei Hung 38 Health Methods
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A series of very good self massage actions broken down into three main groups. Many of these are classic Temple exercises for health maintenance. NOTE: As of this writing this particular VCD seems to have been filmed with CANTONESE (GuangZhou Hua) narration only.

VCD#879 Wong Fei Hung Buddha Fist
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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Fut Jia LuoHan Quan. Buddha Family Disciple Boxing. Being a Southern style there's more chance people recognize the Cantonese idiom of "Fut Gar LoHan" Boxing. Within the Wong Fei Hung branch this is the most distinctively Long Arm of all the sets. It almost resembles PiGua with special weight put on Big Opening and Big Closing. A nice looking set and a workout. Very different from some of the more Arrow Punch sets of the system.

VCD#880 Wong Fei Hung Butterfly Knives
About an hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only
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A very classic looking butterfly knife set. One of it's most prominent features is a little greater than usual emphasis on "hidden" or "sleeve" holding of the knives - that is to say, reverse gripped. Not a short set. Many sweeping actions, unicorn steps and Long Arm attacks.

VCD#298 Southern Style Southern Fist
About 1 Hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only

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Demonstrated by He Hsiong a major proponent of the style.
A Southern Fist "Nan Chuan" form shown by a "Southern King" performer. In contemporary WuShu the Southern Fist has been amalgamated into a generic style: this is one of those forms. However, since Hung was selected as the base style, there has not been much loss of meaning or form. This VCD starts with basic Southern Kung Fu hand positions and stances. No applications but a powerful and clear form.

VCD#320 Southern Style Southern Fuk Fu Chuan
About 1 Hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only

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Demonstrated by Huang Dai Hsiong - Wang Dai Chong, fourth generation successor of Wong Fei Hong, from Fu Shan.

A Southern Fist "Nan Chuan" form "Taming" or "Conquering the Tiger". A good solid form shown with the speed and power characteristic of Southern Fist. Wave punches, crane hands, short bridge moves: all correctly and strongly demonstrated.

VCD#321 Southern Style Southern Tiger/Crane Fist
About 1 Hour, VCD pricing, Chinese Only

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Demonstrated by Huang Dai Hsiong - Wang Dai Chong, 4th generation successor of Wong Fei Hong, from Fu Shan.
A complete and accurate version of the famous Tiger/Crane form, the pivot form of the Hung Family style. This variation is slightly different from the most common seen taught outside Hong Kong but everything is there with just a few differences. The complete form is shown, normal and slow speeds, along with sections. No space left for applications on this packed singled VCD.