Wing Chun Kung Fu school called Yui Choi Yui Kay's Wing Chun of Foshan.
Their school is in Fooshan of Guang Dong in the south. Yiu Kai learned wing chun from his father as well as Chan Wah Shun disciple Ng Chun So. Yui Choi Yui Kay Wing Chun of Foshan school currently has Yui Kay's 2 sons working at the center as instructors, sometimes some of their sons too (especially of sifu Yao Zhong), and a variety of friendly students and coaches. (2011).
More info about it at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Branches_of_Wing_Chun.
RATINGS (out of 3)
- Quality: 2
- Availability: 3
- Efficiency: 2
- Professionalism: 3
- Friendliness: 3
- Overall: 2.6 (AWESOME)
Yiuchoiyiukay Wing Chun school of Foshan (Guangdong province) have been extremely friendly and generous providing transport and help in all the following:
- picking me up at the bus terminal
- finding a nearby hotel within my budget
- inviting me for a meal of my choice of cuisine at least once a day
- serving me the food on the table whenever I run out (especially tea, never seems to run out!)
- get the ticket to Bejing
- recharge my SIM
- get money from the right ATM
- transport to the camp and back
- protect my valuables by lock at the camp and advice
- free training uniform
- and with very nice vibes and smiles :D
Yiuchoiyiukay's Wing Chun school's name is derived from Yiu Choi and Yiu Kay being the grandfather and father (respectively) of the current 3 Sifus of the school.
The current Sifus happen to be the 6th line descendants of Wing Chun under the originator, Wingchun (in Cantonese) Yongchun (in Mandarin). Source: http://yiuchoiyiukay.com/about.asp.
Yui Kay is one of the branches / strains of Wing Chun. It is also called Flowing Snake Hand Style. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Branches_of_Wing_Chun.
According to Yiuchoiyiukay school, Yip man became more popular than Yiu Choiy or Yiu Kay because they were both low key, while Yip Man was not only very outspoken, but he travelled to Hong Kong and had a lot of disciples.
Alsow, his punching technique is less preferred than the one they use which they emphasize with "joon" meaning turn (the fist before the end-point of the strike, unlike Yip Man's straight punch from the center).
You can get Wing Chun training at Yiuchoiyiukay Wing Chun school of Foshan for just AED1,000 [$270] for a week (4 hours a day, 7 days a week, unlike most other schools that take at least a day off).
That's AED35 [$9.5] an hour, including transportation, some food, and trained by 2 Sifus (direct descendants of a creator of an entire strain of Wing Chun) and their disciples!
At another branch in the same city, it's for AED1,500 [$205] for a week!
Yiu Kai learned wing chun from his father as well as Chan Wah Shun disciple Ng Chun So.
Notable students: Leung Keung, Wai-Po Tang. Yiu Kai's father was Yiu Choi (spelled Yoo Choy in the 1920s',30s'40s'50s' & 60s', before the 'new' phonetics) Yoo-Choy (Yiu-Choi) branch of Wing-Chun is also called 'flowing Snake-hand' style.
Combined family styles, like what happened historically in the Ching Dynasty, are still being taught/practiced today such as the "Hong Sun Hay Ban Tong" (Red Junk/Boat Opera Society) in Girard,Ohio under the direction of Si-fu Mark Lee Pringle. Combining both Yip-Man and Yoo-Choy family styles as well as teaching "Monkey King" (Sun Wu-Kong) and "General Kwan" (Guan Yu) Chinese Opera techniques in the footsteps of GrandMaster Wong Wah-Bo, including "Lian Pu" opera face-painting.
Yui Choi Yui Kay Wing Chun of Foshan school currently has Yui Kay's 2 sons working at the center as instructors, sometimes some of their sons too (especially of sifu Yao Zhong), and a variety of friendly students and coaches. (2011)
more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Branches_of_Wing_Chun
- virtual site: http://yiuchoiyiukay.com
- real site: Chaoan Bei Road Guo Fang Di Er Xin Cun Number 163 Foshan, Guangdong, China, Asia
- email-address: yiukay at 163.com
- phone-number: 13702921981 / 13702918345
- cell-number: 13600020851
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