WING CHUN's history is traditionally dated to the seventeenth century. The nun, Wu Mei, who escaped the destruction of the Shaolin Temple, taught a simplified defensive fighting system to her adopted daughter named Wing Chun. It's precisely the simplicity and directness that has made Wing Chun such a popular style. Brought to Hong Kong by the late Yip Man and popularized by Bruce Lee, Wing Chun has become one of the most widely practiced styles of martial art in the world.
CHUNG KWOK CHOW has been teaching in New York for over 20 years. A seventh generation instructor of Wing Chun, he studied for eight years under Ng Wah Sum in Hong Kong. He also studied Hung Gar Kung Fu & Tang Soo Do under Sifu Carter Wong and the Dragon Shadow style under Sifu Joh Sum.