I won't even go into that regular discussion when William Cheung is concerned,"My Wing Chun is special,i was taught the real-deal,everyone else was fooled". I really don't care about that. It does not concern me. I never even belived that. But what i want to know is your opinion on some stuff concerning his system. For example: - Chi Sao (Which is not impressive at all,i've never seen William Cheung or any of his students do it in a masterfull manner,so to speak. No impressive speed,counter attacks or any feat that represents Wing Chun as it should. If you guys have seen any footage to disprove me,please,feel free to share) - No relaxation? Hard style of Wing Chun? (I've starting my Wing Chun in Cheung's system and have soon realised it is far different from anything i've had access to. Most of the guys i worked with were very well trained,but they used Wing Chun techniques in a "Karate" manner,completly hard,with no or little relaxation or softness to it. Don't get me wrong,they were trained well,fast and strong,but they did not have one of the major parts of Wing Chun phylosophy,soft side...) - First block then attack phylosophy? This is not a rule. But William Cheung at times insisted on this fighting phylosophy. As if this was integrated within my previous master,he would always block first,then attack,using the blind side (also the major focus of Cheung's system),even when there was no need for such actions. For example,against a experienced fighter,some of the stuff wouldnt work at all. - Superiour footwork and rushing to the blindside? I think not. Their footwork is somewhat wider then other system,i would agree on that part,however,i disagree on the "superiour" part. There is nothing superiour about it,one just needs to train it out to understand. Also,it's good to be on another's blind side while fighting,i can understand that. However,it doesn't mean this strategy will work against experienced fighters who've done their homework while sparring and practicing footwork. So,all in all,could you please give me your opinion on William Cheung's fighting system. I didnt mean to disrespect it,or Grandmaster William Cheung in any manner,but i left that kind of Wing Chun after a year or so and decided to practice something much closer to Yip Man's Hong Kong period of teaching. Cheerz and respect to all Wing Chun schools.