NZ WING CHUN OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF

EARLE'S ACADEMY VING CHUN KUEN
THE ART OF INVINCIBILITY

NZ WING CHUn OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF
VING CHUN KUEN - THE ART OF INVINCIBILITY

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20 Comments

Reply Stacey
11:41 PM on September 15, 2013 
Hi, I have since relocated to Christchurch, I can't find the address for the kwoon, whereabouts is HQ? Can I just turn up for a look?
Reply pablo
6:25 PM on September 30, 2012 
kia ora whanau... good to be back on line . will c u soon
Reply Michael Danks
8:02 PM on January 27, 2012 
Happy New year, all the best to you and your family. I have relocated recently to Motueka, I was good to reconnect with you after such a long time away. Looking forward to catching up and training more often!
Reply Glenn Hackell
11:02 PM on July 23, 2011 
Cheers VCK...will make contact this week and go check it out....
Reply Josh & Lewis
4:25 PM on June 28, 2011 
Thanks for the welcoming message.Great website!
Reply jonny w
10:08 PM on February 24, 2011 
hope you & your whanau are all ok, hard times for chch! take care out there... txt if u need a hand with anything 021 1738 520, peace* j
Reply Terry Rongo
4:43 PM on December 20, 2010 
HI Sigung,

Its been along time since i visited you. Ill be down in Chch in the next couple of weeks ,If its OK i would very much like to catch up
Reply Nathan Ferrier - Man Sau Gwoon Ving Chun Kuen
11:54 PM on September 13, 2010 
Kia Ora Sigung,

Awesome to be in here, hope all is well!

Much Respect,
Nathan :)
Reply lachlan olliver
9:20 PM on March 31, 2010 
Thanks Master Kevin I've already had a good look around in here. I'll tell Plum Blossum to get on and have a look as well.
Reply Adrian
8:01 PM on March 12, 2010 
Thanks Sifu! Already thinking ahead and looking at when I might next be in Chch. Awesome to catch up again!
Reply RED, www.baywingchun.school.nz
4:34 PM on February 24, 2010 
Hey there Sifu Kevin I thought you would have had several copies of all sorts lol. I remember there were lots floating around in the office in Manchester Street and am at a loss as to how I never got a red book. Funny how things turn out huh. Hope alls good down there. Looks like your site is doing well...better than just boxing on anyway, nice to see.
Reply AdrianB
4:26 PM on February 20, 2010 
Thanks Master Kevin your response it is much appreciated.
Reply Anthony
2:28 AM on February 17, 2010 
The expanded 70s interview with Greg Tsoi is priceless. His attitudes and mature temperament are really quite offbeat, especially for these times.

As you already know, I am really interested in him. I dug out an old Australasian Martial Arts mag from about a decade ago, which I think could be the only other place I have mention of him in print. A well-educated martial arts practitioner called Yeung Yun-Choi of Hong Kong writes, "Between 1969 and 1973 when I was in Sydney, I learnt Yongchunquan from Gregory Choi (Choy Siu-Kwong), a student of Yip Man."
Reply VCK
4:30 PM on February 8, 2010 
Thanks Anthony. Yes!! Perhaps we could call him 'PopEye', or some chinese equivilant - maybe after some kung fu ancestor of the Red Junk - !!

And anyone - if the first instalment of 2010 has raised a question - forward it to me direct - it may get included in part 2.
Reply Anthony
3:56 PM on February 8, 2010 
I've read the first instalment of the 2010 interview and it was great! I'm looking forward to the next part.

The merchant seaman is such an intriguing character.. He was the spark... He deserves an honorary place in (as Awatea put it) "our unique lineage".
Reply Awatea Edwin - Man Sau Gwoon Ving Chun Kuen
6:06 AM on January 26, 2010 
Hey Sifu the article looks and reads bloody good/ well. It sets a few things straight. I am looking forward to catching up with you and Raph to look at how we can add more such articles etc relating the history and philosophy of our unique lineage. Love the new look of the site too!! Caught up with Max tonight and touch hands a little it was nice to see him and reconnect. Until next time in the words of NZ's founding father of VCK "box on"
Reply Adrian
6:39 PM on January 25, 2010 
Hi Sifu! Great to see the site up and it looks good! Yes it's been a while since I've been able to make it to Chch, but I am in the process of organising one for work where hopefully I will get time to pop through and catch up. Good to hear there is another student up here also as training partners this way are hard to find! Trust you are keeping well.
Reply Anthony
12:49 AM on January 25, 2010 
Thanks for the welcome, Master Kevin. Much appreciated. As for the coffee -- I do believe it's your shout this time around..
Reply Waz
5:42 PM on January 24, 2010 
Ah, VCK is obviously Sifu Kevin! I wouldn't forget about you, and have every intention of coming to Chch. before too much longer. Hopefully with a few other lads in tow as well...
Reply Awatea Edwin - Man Sau Gwoon Ving Chun Kuen
5:05 PM on January 10, 2010 
Hey Sifu it looks good in here however your attached article on Sigung Tsoi has not taken. You will need to re load it I think.