Hello, ni hao. I'm very new to Wing Chun; I've had 1 official lesson so far. My sifu is 4 generations down from Ip Man. My other sifu is from that secret Red Boat line he was trying to tell me about - something about hidden operas on the Pearl River. Wish I'd known and been able to participate in WC when I was in my teens...it just wasn't available. The closest I got to martial arts, was when I was age 26 in Ky. We were this new Black Belt's first class in TaiKwanDo. After 3 months, and collecting our day 1 dues of the new month, he packed up, and secretly left the state to go to Florida, while taking the cutest girl in class with him. Guess he wasn't making much money. He did have about 25 of us students. The next day we showed up at the dojo and it was an empty building with a sign saying, 'for rent'. That was the end of my martial arts career. I went out and bought a 44 magnum. So here I am, well into my 64th year, very excited about Wing Chun. It has all the elements I believe in, physical as well as mental and attitude. If you're ever in the Cripple Creek area of Colorado, give me a buzz...I've just completed building a small outdoor Ip Man Saloon with bar, cold libation floating in the small creek in front, heavy bag, Aspen Wooden Man and Rattan ring. You can drop in and check it out. Hello all!