Fut Sao Wing Chun Kuen?

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  1. Mtal

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    Has anyone heard ofFut Sao Wing Chun Kuen? Is it pretty much Wing Chung (I know some school change the name around a bit)? Is there some element to it that makes it different from Wing Chung?

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  2. Changhfy

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    Hey,

    Fut Sau means Buddha Hand.

    Heres a couple of links to the Fut Sau Wing Chun.

    http://home.comcast.net/~chicagofut...-279565-Publish-t-makestatic-true-skip-0.html

    The Fut Sau Wing Chun has some similarities with Bagua and other internal cultivation systems.

    As for your initial question. The Fut Sau Wing Chun is Wing Chun(its unique) but their are hundreds of branches of Wing Chun some have closer similarities and some are more different. For instance Pao Fa Lien, Pan Nam, Chi Sim, Nanyang are generally different than the more common Ip Man system from its ancestry of Hung Suen.

    Here are a few more links to check out.
    http://geocities.com/siulumden/futsao.html

    http://hometown.aol.com/banepon/myhomepage/index.html

    http://www.futsaoyongchunkuen.com/

    Fut Sau Wing Chun or Fo Han Yong Chun


    take care,
    Zach
     
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    Man...impressive...looks to me like a very early form of Wing Chun...very complete....very traditional! I particularly like the story about the old man and the broom,right out of a movie script!Gotta love it!When I was young I used to fantasize about becoming someones closed door disciple,unfortunately because my Dad was in the Military we traveled extensively.I did however have a chance to train in one of the best Tae Kwon Do (Kwon Jae Hwa) schools in Europe under Master instructor Gert Diefenthal,then almost 15 yrs.later I found GM Leung Tings Wing Tsun under my then Si-Hing Steve Brandon back in '86 We all have stories i'm sure,but theres one thing that's certain, making sacrifices and sticking to one thing is what it's all about.
    "Cheers to the Fut Sao school of Wing Chun"
     

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