Wu - Chinese Martial Arts
Wing Chun Introduction | History | Three Hand Forms | Chi Sau | Application
Wing Chun (widely translated as 'beautiful springtime' or 'springtime song') is a Southern Chinese Martial Arts, one of the branches of the generic term Kung Fu. Wing Chun is a direct, scientific and clinical style of fighting, in which the attacker is quickly overwhelmed by speed and power. Being a martial arts, the fighting aspect is only one part of the whole system, and emphasis is also placed on relaxation and physical health, with Wing Chun practitioners continuing to practise well into old age. This relaxation and health can benefit the practitioner every day in today's stressful society.
Wing Chun is the fast road to total self-defence and promotes self-confidence without producing an aggressive ego. Wing Chun is a highly aggressive art that concentrates on center line attacks wasting no energy. It gained international fame as the foundation art of the late movie and television star Bruce Lee, and has become one of the best known and most widely practised forms of martial arts in the world.