"Wing Chun" is a subtle and complete system of Chinese Kung
Fu. Developed over hundreds of years, its roots lie in the Shaolin
Legend has it that in 1645 a Buddhist nun by the name of Ng Moi
devised the system and taught it to a young girl called Yim Wing
Chun, who successfully used her newly learned skills to defend
herself against a local bully who attempted to force himself upon
Originally a very secret system, the sophisticated art of Wing
Chun was only passed on to family members and close, trusted
This report explores why, in recent decades, military fixed-wing aircraft costs have escalated beyond the rates of commonly used inflation indices, examining both economy-driven factors that the Services cannot control and customer-driven ones that they can. The authors found that this trend of cost increases is true for all types of aircraft
The 116 Wing Tsun Dummy Techniques í the name of a book being planned for publication ever since the death of my father, the late Grandmaster Yip Man. As the heir of the grandmaster of a style of Chinese Kung-fu, I feel it my responsibility to put intoprint, the techniques of the wooden dummy, wich form the esential part of Wing Tsun Kuen, and to allow readers and enthusiasts of martial arts.
116 Wing Tsun Dummy Techniques is finally back in print and written by Master Yip Chun the son of Master Yip Man who taught Bruce Lee. This is an awesome book for those who study the Chinese Art of Wing Tsun. 130 pages filled with easy to follow photos and as well a poster that folds out for you to follow. The techniques are performed by the Master himself Yip Man so what you will learn is the same basics as Bruce Lee learnt fom the him.
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Zhao Changjian1 and Wing-Sum Cheung2
“A ‘formula’ is something that once applied to what it is suppose to, works in any region,
country or place. It’s like the formula to make cars, the formula to make light bulbs, the
formula to construct houses . . . You can always tweak or change the details but the ‘core’
formula remains the same.
Having read many books on Wing Chun over my 35 years in the martial arts business, it
is with great pleasure that I now write the foreword for Scott Baker’s book. This book is an
attempt to bring Wing Chun out of the purely physical domain and in to the internal area
including such things as Chi Kung (Qigong) and Dim-Mak. There have been other books that
include Dim-Mak, however, these have been sketchy to say the least. Scott attempts to delve
deeper into the area of point striking, covering acupuncture points and their effects etc. This
book will be a great inclusion in any Wing...
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This report describes a review conducted by the Air Force and the RAND Corporation called the Chief’s Logistics Review (CLR). Somewhat different from a typical RAND study, this was a joint effort in which RAND acted as analytic advisor to the Air Force. This effort was directed, in October 1999, by Gen Michael E. Ryan, then Chief of Staff of the Air Force (CSAF), to develop improvement options to mitigate logistics problems that had arisen in the 1990s. CLR was placed under the overall direction of Gen John W. Handy, then Deputy Chief of Staff, Installations and Logistics, who asked...