Siu lum gar kung fu
Hung Gar Kung-Fu by Bucksam Kong
Siu Lum (Shaolin) #7 - Moi Fa
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Frequently Asked Questions. How can Kung Fu benefit my life? Kung Fu combines self defense, physical fitness, mental acuity, and traditional Chinese culture. Our association also promotes family values, good health, and general well-being amongst all its members. Learn more about the benefits of Kung Fu for families and individuals of all ages. What style do you teach? We also practice a secondary system called Choy Li Fut.
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The word "Gar" in Cantonese means family. This name has been synonymous with the martial arts practiced in the Southern Shaolin Monastery in Fujian , and used as an ambiguous term for their skills. One style that was formally founded using the name of "Fut Gar" has its origins at Qingyun temple near Dinghu Mountain  in Guangdong Province. Early on in its history, the monks at this temple were fortunate enough to learn martial arts from fighters that had mastered the 5 most popular systems of Southern Kung Fu. The names of the styles reflect the surname of the particular style's founder. A newer school also closely monitored by Grandmaster Chen exists in China since