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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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AdrianB


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I trained under Sifu Kevin from 1997-2001. This was an experence that I will treasure for the rest of my life.

While training under Sifu Kevin and his students, you can develop high level of skill within a relativily short period of time. I often think my self very lucky to have received a high quility instruction and from which I have gained skills that I have put to use in many aspects of my life.

I am currently in Wellington studing towards a BMUS at the Victoria.

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7 Comments

Reply Rapheal
9:10 PM on June 21, 2010 
guitar lot easier to work with than the chainsaw eh bro? How are u buddy?
Reply Anthony
7:03 PM on February 22, 2010 
Adrian, great to see those photos of Beau's Dunedin class. They jogged my memory of the event. First time I have seen any pictures of it. Thanks.
Reply AdrianB
4:31 PM on February 20, 2010 
Repetitvie movement without conscious analysis will only ever be repetive movement.
Reply VCK
8:28 PM on February 18, 2010 
Damn I'll say it again! Like your comments Adrian - might steal one for our 'Little Idea' of the week... Thanks for posting the photos, brings back old memories
Reply VCK
8:26 PM on February 18, 2010 
Like your comments Adrian - might steal one for our 'Little Idea' of the week... Thanks for posting the photos, brings back old memories
Reply AdrianB
3:06 PM on February 17, 2010 
The greatest mistake of a swordsman is to anticipate the outcome of an engagement. Just let nature take its course, and your sword will strike at the right moment.
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Reply AdrianB
5:22 AM on February 17, 2010 
Make everything you do as if it was the first time you have done it. For this is learning in its purest form, anything after that is memory and memory can be deciptive.