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Martin Sewer

Martin Sewer is the style heir of Hung Gar Kung Fu in the Chiu lineage. Although a Westerner, after many years of teaching and many trips to Hong Kong and later to California, Chiu Chi Ling publicly named him his successor in an interview.Mehr lesen

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Chiu Chi Ling

As the youngest son of Chiu Kow and Shiu Ying, Chiu Chi Ling became a style heir in his lineage. The versatile grandmaster is not only a martial artist, but also an actor, race car driver and businessman. It is largely thanks to him that Hung Gar Kung Fu became known in the world. He is more open to Western students than some other kung fu masters and willingly carries his art with many trips around the world. Mehr lesen

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Lam Sai Wing

Lam Sai Wing, the disciple of Wong Fei Hung, lived the idea of spreading Hung Gar Kung Fu. He considered the attitude of many Kung Fu masters to pass on their knowledge only very cautiously questionable and taught willingly and openly. As a man of good character, he was a role model for many. He was considered a tireless teacher and great fighter until his death.Mehr lesen

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Shiu Ying

Although Shiu Ying is often mentioned as the wife and partner of Chiu Kow, little is known about her person. Her life, however, according to what we know, was very moving. She was a great master of Hung Gar, acupuncturist, doctor, mother, benefactor and lived through several wars almost on the side.Mehr lesen

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Mok Gwai Lan

The “tigress” Mok Gwai Lan was joined with Wong Fei Hung in the concubinage when she was in her early twenties and he was already over sixty. Accordingly, she survived him by several decades. She was a fighter, lion dancer, medical assistant and cook and probably one of the most famous women in the history of Hung Gar Kung Fu.Mehr lesen

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Hung Hee Gung

Hung Hee Gung (ca. 1730 – 1825) was the style founder of Hung Gar Kung Fu. He was a secular disciple of abbot Ji Sim Sin See and left the Shaolin monastery before its destruction to found his own school. His high demands on the character of students and his willingness to pass on his art are still groundbreaking today.Mehr lesen

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Guan Gong

The legendary General Guan Gong is a dazzling, mythical figure. He stands for loyalty, courage and justice. He is revered to this day, both as a Boddhisvata in Buddhism and as a protective deity in Taoism and Chinese folklore. Depicted with red skin and a powerful Guandao, he guards the door, not least in our schools.Mehr lesen

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Hung Mun

The Hung Mun (also: Hongmen, Hungmen, Hung Moon, Hongmenhui) were and are a Chinese triad. The myth says that the Hung Moon emerged from a union of the survivors of the Shaolin monastery. However, the community is probably much older. Hung Hee Gung is said to have chosen his family name after the Hung Mun. Indirectly, therefore, that society is the eponym of Hung Gar Kung Fu.Mehr lesen

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Wong Fei Hung

Wong Fei Hung (9.7.1847 – 14.4.1925 ) is probably the most famous ancestor of our line. He is revered as a Chinese folk hero and is the main character in countless films and books. Wong Fei Hung was not only an outstanding martial artist, but also a practicing physician. He supported the poor and stood up for the weak – and this in a time that was anything but easy to call.Mehr lesen