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Ip Chun (葉準), 84yo wing chun legend

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Uploaded on Mar 16, 2009

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Following the success of this year's action blockbuster Ip Man, biopic of the legendary Wing Chun grandmaster and mentor to Bruce Lee, a revival of the Chinese martial art has taken Hong Kong by storm.

In this video we meet sifu Ip Chun, son and successor of none other than Ip Man. He currently teaches classes at the humble Ving Tsun Athletic Association's headquarters in Mong Kok which was established in 1967. Ip Chun prefers to see Wing Chun as a health regimen rather than just a form of combat.

The spry 84-year-old tells us about all things Wing Chun and his thoughts on the future of the martial art in today's society.

今年推出的動作鉅片《葉問》以詠春宗師兼李小龍師傅葉問的傳奇一生為題材,大收旺場之­餘,也在香港掀起一股詠春熱。
本視頻送上葉問之子葉準師傅的專訪。葉師傅現於有四十二年歷史的旺角詠春體育會任教。­對他來說,詠春並非用以搏擊,而是強身健體之道。
現年八十四歲的葉師傅還會暢詠春的種種,以及對這種武術在當今社會承傳的展望。

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