has decided that it is time to open the doors to one of
the least known lineages of Wing Chun.
This website is dedicated to the protection and
promotion of the precious heritage that has been passed
What is Wing Chun?
Chun is a practical and efficient Southern Chinese
Martial Art that has elements of both hard and soft methods. The
focus is on effective, efficient and practical techniques to
overcome an opponent over techniques that use brute strength and flowery
superfluous movements. Utilizing timing, technique and a
relaxed body structure to intercept, absorb and deflect attacks
then following up with counter-attacks to the vital area’s of an
opponents body to finish an encounter as fast as possible with
the minimum of fuss.
Chun does not rely on ones physical strength or size but
emphasis is on positioning, optimizing your strength through the
correct use of your natural body mechanics, efficient use of
your own power and using the strength of your opponent against
himself. This makes Wing Chun suitable to all regardless of age
Chung Wing Chun of the Cho Family
During the Qing dynasty the rebels from the Red Junks disbanded
and returned home. With them they brought their martial arts.
Back in their home towns they spread their knowledge and skills.
In the case of the Cho family Wing Chun was taught to them by
one such person called Yik Kam, who was also know as Zheng Dan
Kam by the Cho family. Since then the Cho family have preserved
what Yik Kam taught without outside influence. An example of
this is that the Cho family Wing Chun maintained the original
one form Siu Lin Tao. Which is unlike other branches of Wing
Chun where there are separate sets for Siu Lim Tao, Chum Kiu,
and Bil Jee.