HUNG KUEN, one of the fiercest fighting systems in Southern China, utilizes the techniques of the five animals and five elements of Chinese philosophy. The style was founded in the 18th century by Hung Hei Guen and is the most prominent of the family kung-fu systems in southern China. Hung Hei Guen studied martial arts under the monk Chee Sin of the Fukien Siu Lum (Shaolin) Temple.
As with other martial arts from south China, HUNG GA (which translates as "Hung's style") is known for its rigorous training of the stances and other foundations. HUNG GA combines hard and soft techniques to achieve an effective and complete system of health and self-defense.
SIFU FRANK YEE began training the Hung Ga system at the age of six under the tutelage of Sifu Ying Ling, a close disciple of Tang Fung. Master Yee possesses the full knowledge of the Tang Fung Hung Ga system which includes forms, fighting, weapons, meditation, Qi Gong and herbal medicine. Sifu Yee received medical training under Sit Chuk Sing. Master Yee has been teaching for more than 20 years and in that time trained many forms and fighting champions.