Living Through His Wing Chun
By Kleber Battaglia
Nino Bernardo is not a typical martial artist, which is the first thing you realise when you sit down to interview him. Born in Hong Kong in 1946 from mixed parents, Nino discovered and trained Wing Chun under the legendary Master Wong Shun Leung in the 1970s. In 1977, he moved to London. He opened his Kwoon, “The Basement” in 1984, which brought him fame in Europe for spreading the then almost unknown Wing Chun system. In 2000, he moved to Ibiza where he still lives and has a handful of students. He travels to give seminars and share his findings.
Improve Your Effectiveness
Break the Rules!
By Wayne Belonoha
By following the rules of breaking the rules, you can surprise and smite your opponents who are too technical.
MOON POINTING FINGER
The Common Goal
By David Peterson
Several classic training methods are associated with Wing Chun, and one thing is particularly important to note about these various drills, forms or exercises; they all share very specific common goals.
KEEPING IT SIMPLE
Why You do Something is More Important Than How
By Shaun Rawcliffe
Knowing why we do something is essential since it drives thinking and reinforces decisions, which is why we should revisit the question frequently; thinking is not driven by the answers, but by the questions.
THE INNER CIRCLE
Gulao Wing Chun
Stories & History
By Fung Geng Daat
Sifu Fung Daat is the senior ranking practitioner of the Pin Sun Wing Chun family. Sifu Fung Daat’s historical information sets the record straight providing a historical timeline of the development of this rare art.
THE STRAIGHT LEAD
The Essence of Fighting
By Jason Korol
Speed and power are important, but without timing, you can’t apply them. Sifu Korol shares some Jeet Kune Do tips to get your timing perfect.
GWOK WAI JAAM
Insights into Ip Man’s Foshan Legacy
By Zhang Tianyu
Sifu Gwok Wai Jaam is one of the most prominent masters of Wing Chun in Foshan today, working tirelessly to promote Ip Man’s legacy.
The Path to Freedom and Self-Control
By Hedley Paris
Learning to control one’s actions and reactions to environmental stimulus develop a new level of freedom and relaxation.
SECRETS HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT
Returning to Simplicity
By Richard Lee
Returning to simplicity is one of the most greatly underestimated facets of Wing Chun because practitioners rarely gauge how difficult it is to do when there are so many secrets hidden in plain sight.
WONG SHUN LEUNG
The Man, The Method, The Documentary (Part 2)
By Dwight Hennings
The late, great Sifu Wong Shun Leung continues to contribute to the on-going story of Wing Chun in the extraordinary documentary Wong Shun Leung: The King of Talking Hands.
WHY THE BEST WING CHUN HAS NO LIMITATIONS
By Adam Williss
Have you ever felt that Wing Chun was much more? Yet, you couldn’t say exactly why. What if I told you that you were right. And that how far you travel was up to you?
STRUCTURE AND APPLICATION
Jong Master Class (Part 1)
By Dr. Robert Chu
In essence, the Jong is a means of mastering Wing Chun’s structure and application. However, your understanding of the Jong will also highlight the flaws of your understanding.
THE KUNG FU GENIUS
Conversation with Bruce Lee
By Alex Richter
Sifu Richter recently listened to a conversation between Bruce Lee and his student Daniel Lee on YouTube. The conversation gives us a rare look into an unfiltered Bruce Lee.
BUILT UPON FUNCTION
Start with Why!
By Mark Hobbs
Sifu Hobbs challenges you to do an audit of your Wing Chun and set yourself up for Wing Chun success in 2019.
Lafayette Harris reviews the following books: The Warrior’s Manifesto: Ideals for Those Who Protect and Defend by Daniel Modell and Wing Chun’s Geometry: Basic Geometric Gung Fu Fundamentals by William Marquez.
David Peterson reviews the following movies: Drunken Master II, A Better Tomorrow 2018, and Bleeding Steel.
Dwight Hennings reviews the following educational DVDs: Harinder Singh: Mr. Mook Jong: Wooden Dummy Vol: 1-3 and Benny Meng: Ip Man Wing Chun Series 9 – Luk Dim Boon Kwan.