Its different than the 12 sections but is a fine form. I like Yip Chings and WSL form better but all YM forms are different to some degree. Tradition is that there is only 1 knife man in a family and he gets the 12 sections. Yip Bo Ching was that man for YMWC
Would you say all
the material of the Yip Bo Ching 12 sections are also covered in Yip Ching's and Ho Kam Ming's 8 section knife sets?
Tan Sau is the action of spreading or opening up the opponents center line. So spreading hand
What's your definition or explanation of the Tan Sau Spreading action?
Of all the direct Yip Man students that you've seen, in your opinion who have the correct Hip usage?