London Chinese New Year 2017

This year CNY Celebration in London will take place on 29th January 2017. This year Warrior Wing Chun will be representing Master Samuel Kwok and the SKWCMAA along with Urban Wing Chun, Milton Keynes.

A full program of where and when can be viewed in the link below:

Chinese New Year Program



Please come along and say hello, so I would like to say Kung Hei Fat Choy 恭喜發財 for all!

May all you and your family have good health 身體健康, good wealth 財源廣進,

and all your wishes come true 心想事成 for coming New Year!



Chu Shong Tin Passes Away – Tribute

Chu Shong Tin (徐尚田)  was the third student of martial arts teacher Ip Man in the discipline of Wing Chun, and remained at Ip Man’s school to become his senior instructor.

As a child in mainland China, Chu Shong Tin learned Tai Chi from his father for a few months but did not become seriously interested in martial arts until the age of 17, when he met Ip Man. At the time he was working as secretary of the Hong Kong and Kowloon Restaurant Workers Union and Ip Man was teaching members of the union.


The two men spent a day together during which he developed an admiration for his new friend and his deep understanding and commitment to Wing Chun. Ip Man convinced him that Wing Chun would help him to overcome his bad health and build up his fitness.

Chu Shong Tin became fascinated with the physics and dynamics of the structure of Wing Chun and was a fast learner. He later went on to become famous as the ‘King of Siu Nim Tao’, the all-important foundation of the entire Wing Chun system.

Chu Shong Tin had been observing Ip Man’s classes for a few months before becoming his student on January 1, 1951. His training partners were Leung Sheung and Lok Yiu, who both went on to become famous Wing Chun masters in Hong Kong. In the late 1950s, he began to teach privately, setting up his own school in Kowloon in 1964.

His teachings of the hidden power of Siu Nim Tao, referred to as Nim Lik, continues to influence the art on a global scale across Wing Chun practitioners of many different lineages

Chu Shong Tin has travelled the world doing seminars mainly in Australia but in 1994 travelled to the UK and part309939_10150363543778755_717303754_10044142_2882348_nicipated with Ip Ching in a Seminar organised by Master Samuel Kwok. Master Kwok and Chu Shong Tin were very close friends and both Master Kwok and his students visited him on several visits to Hong Kong and China over the years.

However, sadly Chu Shong Tin passed away on the 28th July 2014 and  was aged 81.

He will be missed in the Wing Chun world but his teachings will live on through his students across the world

21:06:2010 – Ip Chun Wins Acting Award at Shanghai festival

 Ip Chun, the venerable son of kung fu icon Ip Man, walked away with an unexpected Best Supporting Actor prize at this year’s Shanghai Film Festival. The Wing Chun kung fu exponent won the award in recognition of his role as in ‘Ip Man, The Legend Is Born’. Ip Chun plays Leung Bik, the son of Wing Chun legend, Leung Jaan, who taught the art to Ip Man while the Fatshan native was studying in Hong Kong.

Leung Jaan was a central character in the Sammo Hung-directed classics Warriors Two and Prodigal Son.

Ip Chun previously played his father, Ip Man, in the Brucesploitation classic Bruce Lee, The Man, The Myth. Fans of kung fu cinema can see the grown up martial arts master in action when Cine Asia releases ‘Ip Man 2’, on which Ip Chun served as technical advisor and consultant.

Sifu Ng Wah Sum Has passed away.

Senior Student of Master Leung Sheung and good friend of  Ip Man, Sifu Ng Wah Sum passed away March 10th. Sifu Ng Wah Sum was a great ambassador for wing chun and his passing is a great loss to the art. 

Click on below to See full announcement:

Full Biography and informationon NgWah Sum can be found at

Warrior Wing Chun Extend its deepest condolences to his family and students.