- Chinese: 詠春
AKA Wing Chun Kuen (詠春拳), Ving Tsun, Wing Tsun, Ving Chun
- Translates as "Beautiful Springtime"
Three styles since the 1770s:
- Sil Lum Tao (or Siu Nim Dao) - "little imagination"
- Chum Kil (or Chum Kiu) - "bridge-seeking"
- Bil Jee (or Biu Gee) - "thrusting fingers"
Simplicity in the number of forms and freestyle fighting with a focus on confidence with aggression and control of a fight instead of "self-defence". It is not for fitness, meditation or demonstration but to train to become a weapon.
- Returning to the Basics, by David Peterson
Wing Chung Resources ∞
- FightAuthority article on Wing Chun
was web.archive.org/web/20040410163505/http://www.alphalink.com.au/~bundles/WingChunPage.htm (purged)