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  1. yli is offline

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    6/14/2011 9:14pm


     Style: Stabbing the Face.

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    There's someone translating in Mandarin (the announcer lady). I'll post up a transcript when I have time.
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    So I gather he wasn't the pre-prepared plant. Damn!
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    6/14/2011 9:32pm


     Style: Stabbing the Face.

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    The audio's pretty bad, and I'm not entirely sure what's going on, but this is what I heard in from the lady speaking Mandarin.

    0:03: Any random audience member can get up on stage.

    0:06: Hey look, there's some guy in the audience that practices t3h d3adly chi sau! Where is he?

    0:24: Really, nobody? Come on!

    1:26: Don't worry, feel free to hit him any way you like.

    1:45: That was some pretty good Chi Sau!

    Last few remarks by Mr. Leung were in Cantonese without being translated.

    I'm not entirely sure whether he's an audience plant, but the crowd seems to egg the kid in the grey shirt on in the background as soon as Mr. Leung says that he saw a guy who looked like he practiced the d34dly chun.
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    6/14/2011 10:15pm


     Style: Kyokushin Karate / BJJ

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    Hit him in any way you want? ... for real? That's just asking for trouble.
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    6/14/2011 10:21pm


     Style: Limalama, Judo & BJJ

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    Still all things considered thats some of the best wing chun I've seen in a while (the kid I mean).
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    6/14/2011 10:25pm

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     Style: Mixed combative art

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    Excuse me for my redneck dumbness on the subject, but isn't chi sau supposed to be a light contact, relaxed exercise used to learn to be aware of openings, preferably used as a warm up before sparring?
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    6/14/2011 10:25pm


     Style: Stabbing the Face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADM View Post
    Hit him in any way you want? ... for real? That's just asking for trouble.
    Mr. Leung switches to Mandarin briefly, telling the kid in the grey shirt to go ahead and hit his student. Someone in the audience says "sui bian da" (随便), which is pretty much exactly what you think it means (i.e: hit him however you like), the lady at the microphone seems to concur, but says something slightly different like "mei guanxi" (关系, no problem, go ahead).
    Last edited by yli; 6/14/2011 10:31pm at .
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    6/14/2011 11:48pm


     Style: Wing Chun

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessorChaos View Post
    Excuse me for my redneck dumbness on the subject, but isn't chi sau supposed to be a light contact, relaxed exercise used to learn to be aware of openings, preferably used as a warm up before sparring?
    yes and no lol. yes thats the idea of chisao. learning angles,finding holes, etc. but chi sao is like...the chun version of sparring. only we start from "sticky hands" position.kinda like when you grapple its common/formal to start on your knees, slap hands and go.
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    6/15/2011 1:37am


     Style: BJJ/Zumba

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    Man, Ting student (I first wrote 'student' as 'stupid'...) didn't have the Chun, failed Chinchilla-stance, and didn't activate his Meridian-Chakra-Centres for expert Gravity-Control.
    Daniel: I don't know if I know enough karate.

    Miyagi: Feeling correct.

    Daniel: You sure know how to make a guy feel confident.

    Miyagi: You trust the quality of what you know, not quantity.
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    6/16/2011 2:11am


     Style: Boxing and No Gi BJJ

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    yli nailed down the chinese parts pretty well. However, he did miss out on the Cantonese (which is a dialect of Chinese) bits which goes something like this:

    0:27: cameraman mutters "who the devil will dare to challenge him"

    0:38-0:52 Ting: "I don't want him to "play" with the audience as he is currently blindfolded. This means he cannot control himself. But since you like spectating so much, I'll remove the blindfolds."

    1:10 cameraman exclaims "wow this is getting serious"

    1:38 cameraman says "dude, this is good"

    1:50 Ting: "Chi Sao is meant to be responsive from both sides. Basically if he didn't hit him" [video gets abruptly cut off]
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