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EWO Martial Arts • Ezcrima WingTczun Org.
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Sifu Cheng Kwong passed away, on 29th June.
He started practicing Yip Man Wing Chun in 1965 under Lok Yiu (2nd Hong Kong student of GGM Yip Man).
Later Cheng Kwong studied the Eternal Spring lineage as the 4th and last student of Wai Yan (owner of Dai Dak Lan/ Eternal Spring Academy, where the Great Grandmasters Chu Chung Man and Tang Yick taught). Cheng Kwong learned also from Pak Cheung (student of Tang Suen) in Fatshan/China.
We can say that, amongst his generation, Sifu Cheng Kwong played the biggest role in introducing the Eternal Spring lineages to the Western world.
The Saam Baai Fut Form, which he learned from Wai Yan, is and will always be a part of the EWO Elite curriculum.
R.I.P. Sifu Cheng Kwong (8/3/1938-29/6/2018).
The photo was taken in Hong Kong, on 6/4/2011. It shows Sifu Cheng Kwong (left) and Sifu Edgar Zimmermann.
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A short video about breaking boards, performed by EWO Kids and Lars Scholten at the EWO Academy - Enschede, 8/10/2016.
This is WingTczun Kung Fu for children. It's about focus, concentration and about not giving up.
Even though "boards don't hit back" (quote of Bruce Lee in 'Enter the Dragon'), for kids it's a lot of fun.
More info? Contact us now!
http://EWO.info (English),
http://EWOkungfu.com (Dutch) or
http://WingTczun.de (German).
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Ezcrima (Escrima/ Eskrima) - basics with a stick, performed by Sifu Edgar Zimmermann @ the EWO Academy (Enschede/ NL, 29+30/5/2016).
Training with weapons (single-/ double stick, knife, staff etc.) is a part of the EWO leaderhip program, from level 1 onwards.
More advanced students learn also the swordsmanship of the Historical European Martial Arts, next to the WingTczun (Wing Chun/ Wing Tsun/ Weng Chun) weapons like Long Pole and Double Knifes.
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Escrima Great Grandmaster Leo Giron (with Dan Inosanto) demonstrates some concepts/techniques of his style. The knowledge of the 'Bladed Warrior' was battle tested and proven in real combat.

During WW2, GGM Giron fought in the jungles of the Philippines against the Japanese. He was a member of a group of secret commandos that were part of General Douglas McArthur's secret force.
As a commando they formed a triangle formation, a point man and one man on each side. GGM Giron was point man.
Weapons of choice were bolo knife or talonason (long knife, 36 inches long), against Japanese bayonet and katana.
GGM Giron was rewarded a Bronze Star medal amongst many other citations.

GGM Leovigildo 'Leo' Miguel Giron's (28/8/1911-21/5/2012 ) contributions to the Filipino Martial Arts were enormous. He was known as the father of Larga Mano in Amerika.
These are some of the Escrimadores who trained under him: Dan Inosanto, Rene Latosa, Dentoy Revillar, Richard Bustillo, Ted LucayLucay and Tony Somera (successor of GGM Giron).
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EWO WingTczun KungFu and football. Dutch article...
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Sometimes it's better to watch dolphins swim and jump instead of watching the quantity of bad martial arts videos. You learn as much martial arts from the dolphins as from bad martial arts videos. ;-)
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