Month: December 2009

The guarantees in life

“The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, nor does food come to the wise, nor wealth to the brilliant, nor favour to the learned: but time and opportunities are guaranteed to all. The outcome then depends on what you do with your time and the opportunities that are presented.”

The quality of humility

Many people perceive Chinese martial arts as a system that teaches people self defence and ultimately teaches people how to fight. However, Chinese martial arts is not just as a means of self defence but as a system of ethics. Despite the school of martial arts you’re learning, they all have one thing in common;

Siu Nim Tao – “Some food for thought”

Siu Nim Tao is the first form in Wing Chun which includes 108 movements. All the hands of Wing Chun are incorporated within this form. Siu Nim Tao is possibly one of the most underrated, misinterpreted and least understood martial art forms in existence. One of the secrets and least regarded aspects of Wing Chun