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Old 07-11-2014, 10:04 AM   #1
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wing chun.anyone

Anyone here taken wing chun.and where you guys taken it? I'm thinkin this place in Richmond
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Lit's Wing Chun / Ving Tsun Martial Arts Studio
On.odlin crescent- you guys been there. No trial class though
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why wing chun? why not choi lee faat or hung kuen?
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Lit Sifu is so ging. To this day, it still never ceases to amaze me how an average build kind of guy like him can beat the crap out of his student 1.5x his size. And you know he is holding back at least 90% of what he can do.
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why wing chun? why not choi lee faat or hung kuen?
Cus he watched this movie too many times

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why wing chun? why not choi lee faat or hung kuen?
ever since being aware of cung le's existence, sanshou seems pretty cool.. big blocky powerful movements in contrast to wing chun's close quarter sharp and precise movements
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