STAFF TRAINING AND SPARRING FROM MOVIE
This abstract is taken from an old kungfu movie, “Lok Ah Choy and Wong Fei Hoong”, produced by Shaw Brothers of Hong Kong. Loh Ah Choy was an inner-chamber disciple of Chee Seen, the First Patriarch of Southern Shaolin.
Here Sigong Lok Ah Choy taught his "tuo-suin" (student's student) Wong Fei Hoong an important training method of the "circle technique" in Ng Long Pat Kua Khuen (“5th Brother's Pa Kua Staff”). The "circle technique" is very important in the combat application of the spear, and "Ng Long Pat Kua Khuen" was derived from the famous "Tang Family Spear".
This abstract is taken from an old kungfu movie, "Loh Ah Choy and Wong Fei Hoong", produced by Shaw Brothers of Hong Kong. The two actors, Chan Kwoon Thye and Lau Ka Fui, are kungfu masters in real life. Chan Kwoon Thye is a former "lui tai" (free sparring) champion in a Southeast Asia Lui Tai Tournament, and Lau Ka Fui is a direct descendent of Wong Fei Hoong's linage.
There is also an invaluable piece of advice from Loh Ah Choy to Wong Fei Hoong at the end of the video clip.
The Shaolin Long Staff set shown here is the same as the one demonstrated by Sifu Wong in an earlier video clip. Sifu Wong learned this set from his childhood friend, Sifu Chow Kok Chee, by exchanging some kungfu sets with this well known kungfu master and seasoned fighter in his younger days (he told Sifu Wong that he had been involved in more than 200 real-life fights!). Sifu Chow in turn learned this set from his god-father and old kungfu master, who was a student of Wong Fei Hoong before his migrating to Malaysia.
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