Hung Gar Kung-Fu

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Black Belt Communications, 1973 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
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The Hung system is one of the most popular styles of Siu Lum Temple Boxing in China, and this book present the facts behind this ancient art.
 

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Contents

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
9
PHILOSOPHY OF KUNGFU
21
BUILDING A FOUNDATION
38
TECHNIQUES OF BOXING
78
THE HUNG GAR FIST OF SIU LUM KUNGFU
103
CONCLUSION
222
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About the author (1973)

Bucksam Kong is one of the foremost experts on the hung gar style of kung fu and was inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame in 1974. He is the chief instructor of the Sil Lum Pai Gung Fu Association, as well as the foreign adviser to the Hong Kong Chinese Martial Arts Association and to the Hong Kong Choy Li Fut Association. He lives and teaches in Los Angeles.

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