Almost synonymous with Wing Chun Kung Fu is the Muk Yan Jong or wooden man (a.k.a. the wooden dummy). Well known but often misunderstood, the Muk Yan Jong is considered Wing Chun’s most powerful tool for developing true mastery of the art.
Several hundred years ago a martial art was born in southern China, its founders pooled their collective knowledge into a uniform method of training allowing its practitioners to benefit from generations of martial arts development.
Wing Chun kicking and footwork techniques are a vital compliment to the devastating striking techniques of the crossing hands skills.
Wing Chun Kung Fu is a martial art best know for its tight, aggressive, straight line empty hand attacks.
In the beginning, there was no Wing Chun dragon pole.
In Wing Chun Kung Fu there is a saying "First courage, second power and then technique", this reflects a greater importance put on the willingness to fight and on an ability to make techniques profitable.