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The history of Ving Tsun Kung Fu in Hong Kong:



Cheng Kwong International Ving Tsun Kung Fu Centre:
This Centre was founded by Master Cheng Kwong in 1975 and aims at training teenagers who are interested in martial arts by providing a good training centre. In the past thirty years, This Centre has trained up many talented pugilists e.g. Shum Chui Leung. Back in 1982, one of our apprentices, Andreas Hoffmann who is German, came from Germany to become our apprentice. He had over fifty Martial Art Centres all over Europe for promoting Ving Tsun Kung Fu. Recently, Master Cheng Sheung Mo (Sergio Iadarola) from Netherlands, who already has several Martial Art Centres, became an apprentice of our Centre. Under the leadership of Master Cheng Kwong, Ving Tsun Kung Fu did not only gain fame and glory but became a famous school of martial arts overseas. Our Centre's vision is to promote Ving Tsun Kung Fu all over the world with the help of our masters and apprentices.

 

Founder of Ving Tsun Kung Fu:
In tracing the history of Ving Tsun Kung Fu, it was first taught by a Zen master Chi Sin who came to Southern China and taught Master Wong Wah Po, Leung Yee Tai and San Kam amongst others. San Kam later taught his son-in-law Tsoi Chung and god son Fung Siu Ching.
Fung Siu Ching was from a poor Hainam family. When he was young, he was a trainee in a costume shop in Guangzhou. He loved Kung Fu. San Kam sometimes went to the shop so he knew Fung Siu Ching. San Kam found that Fung Siu Ching was talented and therefore taught him Kung Fu. Fung Siu Ching later became San Kam’s god son.
After Fung Siu Ching practised hard for more than ten years under Master San Kam and Madam Fung Wong Nui for the six-and-a-half-point pole, he taught martial arts in the Pat Wo (Cantonese opera) Club House and trained up many talents. He taught Lo Yam Nam and Lo Kai Tung in Xi Qiao after liberation. Later he was invited by the owner of a dispensary Ma Chung Yu to Foshan to teach. At that time, his apprentices included Wong Si Yee, Tung Chik, Tung Sze, the owner of Chi Sin Tong Dispensary Chiu Kan, Artist Chan Lan Lim and Tang Suen, an aristocrat from a family from Nanhai. Tang Suen was a living legend with the long pole. Tong Chik was a man of great strength. Both Tang Suen and Tong Chik were always asked to demonstrate pole and empty hand techniques on behalf of Fung Siu Ching. So they were actually representatives of Ving Tsun Kung Fu. In Hong Kong, there are some masters teaching Ving Tsun Kung Fu. They are apprentices of Master Tang Suen, apprentices of Masters Tong Chik and apprentices of Master Lo Chiu Wun, etc.

 

Characteristic of Ving Tsun Kung Fu:
The main form and theory of Ving Tsun Kung Fu is to be natural, combining both strength and agility and applying force according to one’s ability maintaining normal breathing. No shouting while practising, whether stretching and contracting. Therefore, only a small place and little strength is required for practising Ving Tsun Kung Fu. Thus it is convenient to practise anywhere in order to gain the benefits of exercise.

 

Tai Tak Lan (Ving Tsun Kung Fu heroic place):
In 1945, the only Ving Tsun Kung Fu talent in Hong Kong is Master Lo Chiu Woon who stay in a obscurity. Master Law did not open any martial art centre for teaching. He just taught the son of the owner of Tai Tak Lan Master Wai Yan. Master Wai Yan learnt Ving Tsun Kung Fu with the aim of getting healthier so he set some equipment, punching bags and Hong Kong's first wooden dummy inTai Tak Lan for practising.
Later, the adopted son of Tang Suen, Master Tang Yik came to Hong Kong and knew Master Wai Yan through introduction by Master Lo Chiu Woon. Master Wai Yan then invited Master Tang Yik to stay in Tai Tak Lan to train and research Ving Tsun Kung Fu together. At that time, Master Wai Yan knew that there was a Ving Tsun Kung Fu talent, Master Chu Chung Man, in Macau. Master Wai Yan went to Macau initially with view to have a contest. However, after initial discussions, Master Wai Yan was in such admiration of Master Chu Chung Man's knowledge and kung fu that it was not necessary to have the contest .Master Yai Yan then invited Master Chu Chung Man to Hong Kong. Tai Tak Lan then became a conference centre among the masters. Masters Chu Chung Man, Wai Yan and Tang Yik researched together and developed the Tai Tak Lan Ving Tsun Kung Fu that we practise and benefit from today.

 

 

 

永春拳在港之傳承:

 

鄭光國際永春拳館:
本會為鄭光師傅於一九七五年親自創辦,目的為培養對國術有興趣之青少年,使其有一良好習武之地,本館在過往三十多年,培養出不少博擊人材,如沈徐良等,遠在一九八二年,德國籍徒弟亞狄學文不遠千里由德國來港拜師學藝,現在在歐洲各地有五十多間武館發揚永春拳技,近有荷蘭籍師傅鄭尚武本身擁有十多間武館亦慕名到港,懇求拜師,在永春拳師傅鄭光領導下,不單在港發揚光大,而在外國更是人人響往之拳技,本會在師傅及各師兄弟帶領下,日後定將永春拳技進一步弘揚中外。

 

永春拳源流 及 六點半棍源流:
考永春拳術源流,始於至善禪師南來隱居紅船將永春拳術傳於班主黃華寶,篤水鬼梁二娣,大花面新錦,後新錦傳於其婿蔡忠及誼子馮少青,馮少青海南人,家貧,少時在廣州市狀元坊某戲服店為學徒,性好武技,新錦時至店光顧,見之認為孺子可教,故收為誼子,教之習技,馮少青日夕苦練及跟隨馮凰女學習六點半棍法,十餘載而技成,後在戲班八和會館任教國術,造就不少人材,解放後在西樵傳技於羅蔭南及羅啟騰兄弟二人,迨後為佛山馬伯良,藥店少東馬仲如禮聘至佛山教授,當時得列門徒之學技者有黃十二,花紅店東董植董思,慈善堂藥店東趙簡,師畫家陳蘭廉,南海世家鄧算等人以上各人俱為馮少青入室弟子,鄧算棍法最精,董植力量宏大,馮少青當時往與人講手法及論棍法多使二人代之,二人實為永春拳之代表,現在港傳授永春拳者有鄧算前輩後人,董植前輩之傳人及羅超桓之傳人等。

 

永春拳特色:
永春拳法純任自然四字,剛柔並濟,不免強用力,順其呼吸,不高聲呼喝伸縮收放,所以習永春拳者既不用多大地方,又不用多大氣力,隨時隨地可以練習而獲得運動之益。

 

大德欄(永春拳英雄地):
在一九四五年的時候,香港永春拳能手,祗有一個隱於商場的羅超桓,羅超桓老前輩沒有正式設館教人,祗是教了一個大德雞鴨欄的少東衛恩,衛恩的學武志在強身健體,所以在大德欄裡面亦設置有沙袋和全香港第一個木人樁,鍛鍊手法,其後鄧算的養子鄧奕來到香港,由羅超桓老前輩介紹鄧奕與衛恩相識,衛恩便邀請鄧奕在大德欄一同研究,亦聞得澳門有一永春拳高手朱頌民,於是衛恩便去澳門,原本一心想試技,但未交手以為朱頌民拳理所服,其後更邀請朱頌民到香港,始後大德欄便成為永春拳前輩研討武技之地方,朱頌民,衛恩,鄧奕,三人共同研究永春拳手法.令我輩今後獲益良多。

 

(鄭光師傅)

 

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