Posted On:6/03/2008 4:33pm
Hi, I saw this -
YouTube - charlene's drunken fist
And I jumped and said oh my god I want to go and learn that (shits and giggles).
Turns out they teach it here. It seems less expensive than anything else I've seen online but still a bit pricey. I figured for a month holiday in Hong Kong it could be fun but...I dunno...from Luxembourg to Hong Kong to find out is a bit of a risk!!!
Posted On:6/03/2008 5:55pm
Style: Chinese Martial Arts
I would not recommend learning forms that do not have real speed and power in them. Not that this form is bad, its just it is done by someone who is not a fighter and you can tell from the way that the form has no power and speed behind the stances. This looks like bad Wushu forms training.
edit: looks like they train some decent stuff at the school... but what you will get is different.
YouTube - Ken Li
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Posted On:6/03/2008 6:17pm
Now to be fair the Grand Master trained traditionally.
Lar Kar-leung article from 1976 - Kung Fu Cinema Forums
Lar Kar-leung/Lau Ka Leung
He directed many movies including parts of Drunken master 2 (Legend of Drunken Master).
Oops emmet edited his post.
I still Agree.
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Posted On:6/03/2008 6:21pm
We teach kwok Suet, which was taught to the ancient chinese armies. Kwok Suet is real kung fu fighting Opposed to Wu Shu, which is a performance art Shaolin teach Wu Shu - lot of the monks there are not real monks, only Wu Shu performers dressed up as monks to make money for the govt At Shaolin some of the real monks do know Kung Fu but do not teach, others there to pray.
The fake monks or Wu Shu performers (Jet Li is a Wu Shu performer), dress like monks to teach SHAOLIN WUSHU.
LAU KAR LEUNG
90% OF THE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD LEARNED Kung Fu because of watching a Lau Kar Leung Movie.
LEARN FROM THE STARS
Lau Ka Yung
On arrival and whilst training students will get the chance to meet the movie stars from the old Shaw Brothers movies. Real Kung Fu Stars.
Get to take pictures with their heroes.
The chance to have dinner with Lau Ka Leung, Lau Ka Fei and Siu Ho
TRAIN ON MOVIE SET ENVIRONMENT
Training takes place in a fighting arena made by the HK cinema movie set production team Real life traditional movie environment.
Posted On:6/03/2008 6:31pm
I would love to go, just to meet some of the old school stars. No, I wouldn't go to learn a "historical set."
Lau Ka Yung:
Got his ass beat in one of my Favorite Hwang Jang Lee kick fest movies.
YouTube - Lau Kar Yung vs Hwang Jang Lee - Dragon's Claws End Fight
Posted On:6/03/2008 6:50pm
Style: Tao Ga
Real life traditional movie environment.
Boy, this really makes me want to train there!
Dang, a real movie set environment?
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Posted On:6/03/2008 6:57pm
Kwok suet is Cantonese. Wushu is Mandarin.
Guoshu is Mandarin.
Mosuet is Cantonese.
Lau Kar Leung is the Chinese Jesus.
Posted On:6/03/2008 7:40pm
Can you change the title of my thread in your forum?
Oh yes, don't doubt the skill of Uncle or the teaching if you are a student regardless of, if it is Wushu or Traditional.
I wouldn't go to learn a single set. If I could stay for a good length of time, I'd train there in a heart beat.
Posted On:6/04/2008 2:57pm
Style: Hung Ga Kung Fu
I wouldn't go to learn that form in the first video, that's for sure.
Go, and learn what their bread and butter is: Hung Gar.
That's my opinion.
Posted On:6/05/2008 2:41pm
Originally Posted by nomamao
Well, now that I understand you have no interest in Hung Gar, and only care to learn this one form:
While I personally wouldn't do it, I'm sure you should, because I'm certain it would make you happy, and you'd get very good instruction/training out of your experience.
Thank you :) I think that too often people view martial arts like wushu too much from a practical point of view and not from a pleasure-giving perspective :)
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