早年對詠春情有獨鍾，在外國時曾跟詠春師傅學習詠春拳。直至1988年返港，曾多次拜訪香港的詠春拳館，尋覓良師，可惜未能如願。後遇上吳華森師傅的往蹟，詠春拳理和示範，深深感受到吳師傅的精湛拳藝和人品，決意拜師並於1996年在油麻地跟隨吳師傅學習詠春拳。於2003年 和林師兄 林岳奇更一同出錢出力，支持吳華森師傅在詠春體育會任教。轉眼十數年間已學有所成，現雖公務繁忙，仍不違餘力抽空扶持新進。
I have been practising Wing Chun kungfu for a long time. Indeed, I started learning Wing Chun kungfu when I was studying abroad . After I returned to Hong Kong in 1988, I began to search for a good and well experienced Wing Chun Sifu. Such wish was fulfilled when I met Sifu Ng Wah Sum and I was deeply impressed by his wealth of experiences and philosophy in Wing Chun. In 1996, I officically became one of his students and I began practising and learning Wing Chun from Sifu Ng in Yau Mau Tei since then. In 2003, I, together with a few other student of Sifu Ng promoted Sifu Ng to become one of the Wing Chun instructors at the Wing Chun Athletic Association. It is now almost twenty years since I started learning Wing Chun. Despite having a busy worklife, my passion for Wing Chun remains enormous and I am dedicated to promote and enhance the development of Wing Chun kungfu.
Why need to practice sticky hand?
Sticky hand is the most important part of the Wing Chun System.
During the fight you have time to feel your opponent but you don’t have time to think how to react.
在我父親沉寂數年後有一天我父親告訴我非常高興遇到一些學生對詠春拳的追求非常熱誠 打動了我父親的心,非常高興再次踏上教詠春拳決心和熱誠,由此在我父親裹認識了幾位師兄 如馮冠忠師兄.
在我父親口中得知幾位師兄的優點和缺點 雖然各位兄有自己的工作但他們對於詠春拳的熱誠十分欣賞, 父親特別提到馮冠忠師兄,心得我父親吳華森讚賞,在手法和結構拳理之中我父親欣賞他的聰明和虛心學習而盡得我父親衣缽真傳
When I think of my father persistence to Wing Chung and his traditional teaching methods, my enthusiasm to Wing Chung never fade, I still remember his teaching methods and fixed group training. This leaves us very deep expression because every time he would practice all the movement with each trainee by himself before the class over. He would explain each step very clearly. In my mind, many persons of same profession admire his teaching method and the way of doing things, they all said my father is a modest person.
since 1986 my father had stop tech Wing Chun for more then ten years, one day my father told me he was very glad to teach Wing Chun again and meet some trainees who were very interested to Wing Chung, which which give him a strong momentum to teach wing chun again, my father deeply, kept high enthusiasm all the time.
Also at that time, I met my some seniors student Jason Fung and Massimiliano.
I hear from my father the advantages and disadvantages of his student, and I appreciate them very much although they having a busy worklife, they still keep very high enthusiasm to Wing Chun.
My father specially mentioned to me his senior student Jason Fung and Massimiliano ,their skill structure of theoretic of Wing Chung had meet very high level skill, he very appreciated Jason Fung’s clever and modest. And he already has learned the true Wing Chun from My father.
吳觀麒(Peter Ng) elder son of Master Ng Wah Sum
When I know Gobbetti Massimiliano he already is a very good fighter in his country, In 2007, Sifu Ng granted Massimiliano a Chinese name 麥理露(Mak Li
Lo) and this name has been following Massimiliano since then. after introduced Massimiliano to Sifu Ng Wah Sum he be come one of the best student in the class, during his training he alway work hard to explore the technic of Wing Chun and Sifu Ng also explain to him in detail; now he become the best Ng Wah Sum Wing Chun Sifu in his contry , every year when i visit him his student is become more and more. I'm glad to see he spread Ng Wah Sum Wing Chun in his country. For more information European Ng Wah Sum Academy
Wing Chun Song
WING CHUN SONG
Translated by Sihing Chung Kwok Chow U.S.A, edited by Michael Pearce May 31 2015
1. Wing Chun Kung Fu originated from Shaolin Temple. The style does not have a tiger or crane form nor does it depend upon the 5 elements (metal, wood, water, fire, soil). Wing Chun is based on line, position, leverage and angle.
2. Students come to train the 4 gates and 3 ranges. The essence is skill defeats strength. That is good Kung Fu. Mastering inner space and outer space of your opponent is the key. There is no indisputable technique.
3. Conserve your power like a snake. Release your power like a cat. Face your opponent like a rooster. Yin and yang energies generate power together. React swiftly without thought.
4. When force comes, retain and redirect it. When force retreats, follow it. If force detaches, strike. Use the 5 positions of the Plum Flower for better angle. Arms and legs work in unison. Understand entry way has inner space and outer space. Also Hand can be alive or dead.
5. Power is generated by connecting the 6 key parts of body. All power emanates from the ground. But power house is channeled through the hip. Technique goes through your shoulder, power exits in a few inches of your wrist. Power can be used the wrong way or the right way.
6. Power must completely release and completely exit your body. There are 8 ways of power. Understand the differences. Wisely use the real power and fake power. Conserve it timely use it timely.
7. Center line is not always safe. The key is to understand the inner line and outer line. Feel the balance of power will help you choose the best line. Decide whether to chase or not to chase. Once you pass opponent’s 3 phases you can do whatever you want.
8. Stance has 5 weaknesses, 9 out of 10 are bad. Pretending is wrong. Lower your stance if your opponent runs over your bridge.
9. Posture for composure is to occupy inner space. Upper level moves should not pass shoulder. Middle level moves should not pass elbow. For 3 lower level techniques, use your legs to block kicks.
10. Place your hands with confidence, strike with combinations. Let your triangle faces target. Always protect your center line. Bridge the center line. Relax your finger and face down.
11. Square off to 12 O’clock. Shift your body within elbow’s width. Between 2 points, shortest distance is straight line. Shifting stance give you better angle to face your opponent. Use circular line to deflect straight line.
12. Control your opponent’s 3 phases, use lateral line controls linear line. Each fist has 3 points and each palm has 3 corners. When an opening presents itself, hit your opponent’s body. If the body is not open then strike your opponent’s neck or head.
13. Fear of being hit will get hit. Greedy strike sacrifice defense. Use offense as defense, use defense as offense. Follow chasing by striking, your combination never end.
14. 3 different stances come in 3 different hand techniques. Stepping and hand bring a complete core. Use plum flower stepping and wooden dummy techniques as they did on the Red Boat. Siu Lim Tau is the main structure, Chum Kiu is for striking.
15. When closing the gap, look for techniques from Bil Gee. Assist along side of you. Bow-and -arrow punch has 8 kinds. Find the right angle and right line you would move like a dragon.
16. When initiate Bil Bo, use a kick to distract your opponent first. There are 5 steps to develop power. Make it soft, firm, solid and snappy. Control each step clear and sound.
17. Start with relaxation, tighten at the end. Then, relax again, tighten again. Unlimited alternation. No greed, no evil mind, always use positive spirit.
18. When practicing imagine an opponent. Always carry your concentration and never let anything to distract you. Throw away useless thoughts, keeping good spirit. Repeat the drills a thousand times. All good result comes from hard work.
19. Arms and legs are belonged to yourself. They should follow your heart. Shrugging is bad for your Chi. Settle your mind then body becomes more sturdy. It doesn’t matter you are big or small.
20. When initiate your first move, release power from arm and leg. Don’t mind your body. Landing a strike has no chosen target. Throat, elbow and shoulder will do.
21. Don’t hold your breath. Power is invisible. Taking action or no action never an issue. Speak calmly if you speak. Fist, elbow, palm and shoulder are all capable to hurt your opponent.
22. Wing Chun has 8 hand techniques. All can be used for defense and offense. Center line and side Kwon. Throw bridge Jut Sao. Bil, Huen, Fok, Bong, Kwon, Gua, Guan, Tan.
23. Break your opponent’s center, Kwon Sao lateral Lan Sao would do. Bong has right way and wrong way. Wrong way is not necessary wrong. Pin head tilt tail. Pin tail tilt head.
24. Kwon Sao starts from your center. It has shape but invisible. Initiation always evolve. Begin with evolution, completion afterward. But, execution must be sharp as a cutting knife. Old way can become bad habit.
25. Art of technique always evolving. Use structure to compensate position. Sometime it’s up to fate. All bumpy roads go to the same place. Succeed or not succeed, depends on one’s evolution.
26. The Zen philosophy of this martial art. The goal is to discipline self. Turn your body to Buddha. Few people can accomplish it. If you succeed then you will have unlimited self, unlimited boundary and unlimited evolution