If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.1

This site is a work in progress, an ambitious project, and a labor of love for the martial arts. Nonetheless, I apologize for any errors, omissions, or uncredited sources.

I am not a kung fu genius. I have simply compiled, distilled, and recomposed the knowledge, tips, and thoughts gleaned from sources far more authoritative than I. My thanks in advance to the kind readers who will take the time to submit corrections and constructive criticism.

This site is only a supplemental training aid. Whether you watch videos, read books, listen to podcasts, or take copious notes after a training session, there is something to accommodate other learning styles. Meanwhile, there is an overwhelming amount of uncurated media in the wild. There is no substitute for kinesthetic or tactile learning under a qualified Ving Tsun instructor to guide one's training and understanding of the system.

Ving Tsun is a living martial art. It has been and will continue to be updated, while maintaining the principles of being simple, direct, efficient, practical, and effective.2

Wong Shun Leung