History of Wing Chun Kung Fu

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May 22nd, 2017

Rediscovering the roots of Wing Chun.

"Karate" means empty hand. "Wushu" means martial art. The name "Wing Chun" means beautiful spring or praise spring and the name has no relationship with martial arts. So, when does it come from? Discover it and many other facts in this awesome video but be ready to dispel some myths!

Based on the Wing Chun history of Benny Meng.
Story told by: Silvano Bonafe.
Voice by: Ilona: Tjon-Sien-Fat

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Liston kiss
2018-02-04 04:22:37
Am really interesting of this arts Wing Chun ku..
Wing Chun Kung Fu EU
2018-02-04 04:22:37
Thank you for your support :)

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BJ GALVIN
2021-03-11 01:50:08
Beautiful history thankyou

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Darren
2021-06-22 18:52:44
We love you

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Manoj kumar Das
2021-12-05 12:47:04
I love wing chun

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LAURENCE LANCE
2022-06-27 03:45:40
The translation of "karate" or Kara Te" to "empty hand" is a modern ( political ) term for an art whose more historic name was To-Di, or To-De and which is sometimes translated to "China Hand" but more accurately to "Tang Hand" with reference to the Tany Dynasty.

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