If you cannot find Vietnamese Wing Chun, maybe search for a Cuong Nhu dojo. I may be mistaken, but I believe it makes a good part of their curriculum and is of Viet origins via their founder.
Hi guys, I recently watched few videos about Vietnamese Wing Chun lineage. And maybe somebody know were i can find this wing chun class in US ?
So following that logic if you do a japanese martial art your supporting the imperial japanese marines or if you do a korean art your supporting the north korean communists so all this time that i've been married to my japanese wife i've been supporting the japanese army.Bingo. The Wing Chun used in Cuong Nhu is from Vietnamese Wing Chun. But, is mostly upper-level material. However, it is almost impossible to tell what comes from Wing Chun unaltered. For instance, our Tan Sau would drive a Master of Ip Man Wing Chun nuts. It looks that differnit.
But, as for finding a Vietnamese Wing Chun school, have fun. Vietnamese Martial Arts Schools are hard to find in the US. And it makes sense. When the "Communist" Party took over, they killed many of the Martial Arts Masters, since they were independent, free spirited folks. If that isn't enough, there aren't many in the US who would happily train in a Vietnamese Martial Art. I've been told several times that I'm 'supporting the Viet Cong by training in a Vietnamese Martial Art'.
So, good luck, and have fun. I would be some what amazed if you found a school of Vietnamese Wing Chun, and would want to train there myself.
So following that logic if you do a japanese martial art your supporting the imperial japanese marines or if you do a korean art your supporting the north korean communists so all this time that i've been married to my japanese wife i've been supporting the japanese army.
I used to work with a north vietnamese guy, a great bloke , very funny he used to show me the bullet hole in his leg where he got shot by an Australian soldier.
Those people who told you that crap need a palm strike to the forehead !
I tend to roll my eyes and give an intro to O'Sensei Ngo Dong. He was born a Northerner, but fled South. He even helped the US military, and many more things which are a topic for another time.
Thanks for your answers.
The reason why i look for Vietnamese wing chun is that i was very impressed by its practitioners. I had a chance to attend seminar with vietnamse masters in Israel. And these guys showed very interesting style its not similar to the well known Hong Kong version neither to most Chinese i saw. It looks like some mix with internal styles such as tai chi , sing yi and wig chun. It was flexible , soft and powerful . I've been learning martial arts for 10 years and can say that these were profies . So i really want to learn it and that the reason why searching for their classes. If anybody interested i can give links with their clips.