Canonical Books by Legendary Grandmaster Lam Sai Wing

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TO THE GLORY OF OUR MOTHERLAND! To the great Master, esteemed Lam Sai Wing from the Commander of the 9 Brigade of the 3 Corps of the Eastern Anti-Rebel Army.  Wu Jin   (personal seal)

TO THE GLORY OF OUR MOTHERLAND!
To the great Master, esteemed Lam Sai Wing from the Commander of the 9 Brigade of the 3 Corps of the Eastern Anti-Rebel Army.

Wu Jin

(personal seal)

 

 

Secrets of Southern Shaolin Kung Fu and Qigong

Priceless Heritage of Southern Shaolin Inherited from the Past and Handed Down by Venerable Grandmaster Lam Sai Wing
Canonical Books by

Legendary Grandmaster 
Lam Sai Wing
(1860 - 1943)

Southern Shaolin Hung Gar Kung Fu

An excerpt from the book of Lam Sai Wing "The TIGER and the CRANE".

Lam Sai Wing was one of the best fighters of his time, an outstanding master of Southern Shaolin Hung Gar Kung Fu and a disciple of the legendary Wong Fei Hung. At the beginning of twentieth century, supposedly in 1917-1923, when Lam Sai Wing was the Chief Instructor in hand-to-hand fight in the armed forces of Fujian province, he wrote three books on traditional Shaolin methods of the achievement of the highest mastership. In those books he scrutinized combat techniques of Tiger and Crane styles, as well as the old Shaolin method of developing the "internal" and "external" force. The books are illustrated with a great number of fine drawings showing the author demonstrate his wonderful techniques. Until now the books of Master Lam Sai Wing serve as a basic textbook for those who seriously practices Hung Gar in China.

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Canonical Books by Legendary GrandMaster  

Lam Sai Wing

GUNG GEE FOOK FU KUEN - "Moving Along the Hieroglyph Gung, I Tame the Tiger with the Pugilistic Art"

Fu Hok Seung Ying Kuen - "Tiger & Crane Double Form"

TIET SIN KUEN - "Iron Thread"

Shaolin Temple Kung Fu

Southern Shaolin Kung Fu - Tiger Style

 

LAM SAI WING
An article from "ZHONGGUO WUSHU ZENMING CIDIAN" - Dictionary "Well-known Masters of the Chinese Wushu" edited by Chang Cang and Zhou Lichang.

Lam Sai Wing

Short Historical Essay on Master Lam Sai Wing Written by his Disciple Zhu Yuzhai

 

CONSOLIDATE THE NATION, DEFEND MOTHERLAND! To Master Wing from his colleagues from the Hand-to-Hand Fighting Department of the 4 Division of the Fujian Army.   (divisional seal)

CONSOLIDATE THE NATION, DEFEND MOTHERLAND!
To Master Wing from his colleagues from the Hand-to-Hand Fighting Department of the 4 Division of the Fujian Army. 

(divisional seal)

 

SHAOLIN TEMPLE KUNG FU SCHOOL. To Master Lam Sai Wing from Zengfei.    (personal seal)

SHAOLIN TEMPLE KUNG FU SCHOOL
To Master Lam Sai Wing 

from Zengfei  

(personal seal)

PRESERVE AND DEVELOP OUR COMBAT ART! To Master Lam Sai Wing from the leaders of the Chinese Federation of Christian Religion.    Li Buxie.    Li Jinyi   (personal seal).

PRESERVE AND DEVELOP OUR COMBAT ART! 
To Master Lam Sai Wing from the leaders of the Chinese Federation of Christian Religion.

Li Buxie

Li Jinyi 

(personal seal)

BOOKS  BY  GRANDMASTER  LAM  SAI  WING

GUNG GEE FOOK FU KUEN

Lam Sai Wing - "Gung Gee Fook Fu Kuen"

"...This book will help to reach the mastership in Fighting Arts that are not simple to understand. It has been written with the aim of handing down the knowledge to disciples who are eager to find tutors and expect to receive instructions."  

Lam Sai Wing

Foreword by Lam Sai Wing

Experts' Opinions

Moving Along the Hieroglyph , I Tame the Tiger with the Pugilistic Art

The book scrutinizes an old canonical form (the Tao) of the Southern Shaolin Kung Fu, the "Gung Gee Fook Fu". 

According to the legend, the founder of the Hung Gar style, Hung Hei Goon studied this form under the tutorship of Southern Shaolin's best fighter, a Master of the Tiger Style abbot Gee Sin Sim Si.

The quintessence of Southern Shaolin Kung Fu - classical Fighting Methods from the book GUNG GEE FOOK FU KUEN:

"The claws of a Black Tiger"
 "A fierce Tiger hiding in a cleft"
"The Bull strikes with its horn, makes a turn and breaches the sky"
"The arm of the Golden Dragon"
"To tear out a Phoenix's eye"
"The Tiger striking with its tail"
"The two Dragons steal pearls"
"The Snake raises up its head"
"The Celestial Dragon wags its tail"
"The Golden Dragon carries gifts in its claws"
"The hand that calls out a Ghost"

and others...

Lam Sai Wing - "Gung Gee Fook Fu Kuen"

This TAO includes main basic techniques and fighting methods of Southern Shaolin Tiger Style, one of the most effective hand-to-hand system of Chinese Fighting Kung Fu.

e- book GUNG GEE FOOK FU KUEN: experts' opinions about this publication

Sifu Roger J Engmalm

"The original book itself is a 

Sifu Andreas Garski

"Congratulation. For my opinion 

President 

pioneer of all martial arts books.

President and founder 

the translation is very good. 

and Chief instructor

It has been a great wish for me 

of the German 

The small comments together 

Swedish Hung Kuen

to get a translation of this book..."

Hung Gar Kung Fu

with the translation helps to 

Association

 

Association

understand the book better..."

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Master Dr. Martin Sewer Ph.D. M.S. 5.DAN. European Chief-coordinator & Chief-Instructor Switzerland

"...The new published book "Gung Gee Fook Fu Kuen" is enriching for everyone interested in the
Hung Gar System, no matter whether you are a beginner or advanced student."

  www.shaolin.ch                                          < in full >

International Chiu Chi Ling Hung Gar Kung Fu Ass. USA (Swiss Branch)    home.earthlink.net/~chiuchiling/ 

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Lam Sai Wing.  GUNG GEE FOOK FU KUEN:

Moving Along the Hieroglyph Gung, I Tame the Tiger with the Pugilistic Art

Original edition: Hong Kong, 1956; translated from Chinese in 2002

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Hung Gar Kuen

Hung Gar Kuen - "The Fist of Hung Family". This style was widespread in secret societies Gelaohui ("The union of the Elder Brother"), Sandianhui ("The Triad"), and others in the Southern China in the XIX - the beginning of the XX century. It is remarkable for its very high fighting efficiency. It takes its origin from the Southern Shaolin Tiger style.

Lam Sai Wing - "Fu Hok Seung Ying Kuen"

Fu Hok Seung Ying Kuen

Lam Sai Wing - "The Tiger and the Crane Duet Form"

"A Fierce Tiger Pressed Himself to the Ground", "Tiger's Eye, Leopard's Blow", "The Hungry Tiger Catches a Ram", "The Tiger Goes Out from his Den", "The Fierce Tiger Descends a Mountain", "The Tiger Tramples On Wolves and Jackals", "Claws of the Black Tiger", "A Fierce Tiger Pushes the Mountain", "The Dragon Hid, the Tiger Jumped Out", "The Fierce Tiger Scratches Sand", " Tiger's Roar and Crane's Call", "A Crane Beak", "One Leg of a Flying Crane", "A Hungry Crane Standing on One Leg", "A Hungry Crane Catches Shrimps", "Crane Crest", "The Monkey Steals a Peach", "The Wild Goose Sits Down on the Sandbank", "Prancing Unicorn", "Butterflies Depart in Flight", "The White Horse Hoofs", "Arhat Goes Out from the Cave", "Eight Drunken Celestials"...

Tiger & Crane Double Form

The book deals with the most popular and probably the most monumental form of the Hung Gar Kung Fu style.

This form, known as "The Tiger and the Crane", was created in the late 19th century by Lam Sai Wing's teacher, an unrivalled master of Kung Fu Wong Fei Hung*. The Tiger's extremely tough, fierce and lightning-fast attack are balanced against and supplemented by the softer and smoother techniques of the Crane. The "tough" and the "soft" combine in a harmony.

A lot of attention is given to real-life combat application of the Kung Fu techniques in question.

*Wong Fei Hung was one of masters in kung fu, best known in China and in the West, a character of many books and films ("Once upon a time in China" and others).

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Lam Sai Wing.  FU HOK SEUNG YING KUEN :

TIGER & CRANE DOUBLE FORM

Original edition: Hong Kong, 1957; translated from Chinese in 2003

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"The Iron Thread"

Priceless Heritage of Southern Shaolin Inherited from the Past and Handed Down by Venerable Grandmaster Lam Sai Wing

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TID SIN KUEN

Tiet Sin Kuen

Tiet Sin Qi Gong

FOREWORD

by
Lei Sai Fai:

"...From my own experience I know that the most impressing thing in TID SIN Qi Gong is that the physical strength of those who train themselves can be increased by nine times. It is hard to believe for those who did not practice this method..."

Lei Sai Fai

Iron Thread

The correct movement of Dong makes a fighter fast and powerful like the tiger and gives the strength to move off a mountain... 

/ "The Secrets of Pugilistic Combat of Shaolin Monastery"/

Southern Shaolin Qi Gong

"Each kind of Gong Fu has its own method of training and its own secrets. This book just gives the most complete and visual guidance for correct training in Tid Sin. It is indispensable for all who practice Qi Gong and Gong Fu."

/Lei Sai Fai/

Provides a detailed description of the old Shaolin method of "Internal Training". A master of the Iron Thread can withstand, with no consequences, the strongest of blows, including ones with heavy objects or cold steel arms, bend thick iron rods with his hands, and his "rooting power" is so strong that he cannot be displaced by a group of strong people. In addition, this wonderful method strengthens all internal organs, bones, muscles and sinews. The entire body thrives and rejuvenate.

Iron Thread form was created by Tid Kiu Sam (Iron Bridge III), one of the best martial artists in the history of China. His real name was Leung Kwan (1813-1886). He was one of the famous Ten Tigers of Guangdong. 

Tid Kiu Sam was born in the town of Nanghai, Guangdong province. He, the third child in the family, became a disciple of a monk from the Shaolin Temple, Gwok Yan. Gwok Yan was one of the greatest masters of the Southern Shaolin Hung Gar Kuen school. He was known along the whole length of the Yangtse river. Through the years Tid Kiu Sam passed his knowledge down to one of his students, Lam Fook Sing. Some time later Lam Fook Sing taught Wong Fei Hung (1847-1924) and the latter Wong Fei Hung taught Lam Sai Wing (1860-1943). 

The Iron Thread is considered as the highest form taught in the traditional Southern Shaolin Hung Gar Kung Fu system. This method belongs to a branch of "hard", or fighting Southern Shaolin Qi Gong (Chi Kung) and considered as "Internal Training". A master of the Iron Thread can withstand, with no consequences, the strongest of blows, including ones with heavy objects or cold steel, bend thick iron rods with his hands, and his "rooting power" is so strong that he cannot be displaced by a group of strong people. In addition, this wonderful method strengthens all internal organs, bones, muscles and sinews. The entire body thrives and rejuvenate. Benefits of this training are endless.

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Lam Sai Wing.  IRON THREAD.

SOUTHERN SHAOLIN HUNG GAR KUNG FU CLASSICS SERIES

Original edition: Hong Kong, 1957; translated from Chinese in 2002 - 2007 

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TID SIN (Iron Thread): Performance by Ng Ping Kuen (Part I)

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Master Ng Ping Kuen talks about Iron Thread (Part I)

Master Ng Ping Kuen talks about Iron Thread (Part II)

LAM SAI WING
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