“Gung Gee Fook Fu Kuen” – 工字伏虎拳 – Domando o Tigre. The Gung Gee Fook Fu Kuen is one of the oldest Shaolin fist forms and was transmitted by the last abbot of the monastery, Chi Sim, to one of his best students. This form really keeps me busy,I have been reading many interpretations taken from the LWS book,seen many different variations etc.

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A few variants are shown for each method depending on enemy’s actions, his position, distance and so on.

Jisin sim si has taught this set to his apprentice Luk Achoi in Hoitung monastery in Canton. Board index All times are UTC. Pavel Macek Practical Hung Kyun facebook. A t present, there are several different versions of this Tao Lu.

The forms have dynamic tension parts but instead the one finger to heaven its played with a tiger claw Part 2 56 min. Part 1 58 min. Part 3 50 min. I think if any has the material to compare and make educated guesses it would be you or your sifu Or would Gung Ji Kuen be choreographed to better demonstrate the methodologies of the old from the temple coming Fook Fu Kuen?

I also remember my sifu saying that the old master in Malaysia forgot the wohle ggffk and thats why they just played the fook fu part.


Hung Kuen Fundamentals: Gung Gee Fok Fu Kuen – Kung Fu Tea

It includes basic techniques and fighting methods of the Southern Shaolin Tiger styleone of the most effective style of hand-to-hand fighting in the Chinese Kung Fu. If fy are going to use this film as kurn teaching guide it is necessary to be careful during training and to mind the speed and the strength of blows.

What I know from first hand is that our malaysian lineage Ho Kam Wai sigung originally didnt have GGFFK,they have the fook fu part under a different name,they have plenty of other handsets.

The Fook Fu part was probably one set and the gung gee part could have been a few short siu lam sets. The Chinese are very “punny” that way.

Lam Chun Fai Hung Gar – Lam Family Hung Kuen Forms

Seems like a major clue to me. They just dont have the Gung Gee part.

I of course also value Fu Hok and Titsin but for me gung gee is the spine of hung gar kuen. Thoughtless use of those methods can cause serious traumas! There are many gfe forms but none of them really resembles gung gee.

The version presented in this film is completely based on the book of the same name written by outstanding Grand Master Lam Sai Wing The methods are demonstrated with full contacts and with actual fighting speed. I heard Wong Fei Hung choreographed it then I heard it comes out of siu lam This bung always my interpretation, but what do I know Not that methodologies are not present in Fook Fu Kuen, but in Gung Ji Kuen they are simply slapping in your face, so obviously patterned for the purpose of transmitting them.


What do you guys think about this idea? Tao Lu Gung Gee Fook Fu was preserved as the most valuable gem by several gujg of masters of Hung Gar style, powerful successor of the combat traditions of the Southern Shaolin.

Everything is shown in details at different camera angles as well as in slow-motion. The methods shown in the film belong to a fighting section not sports section! Some protective outfit is used to prevent serious traumas. I read that LSW choreographed the form,merged it together with 3 or 4 different sets.

I always thought that the Fook Fu part comes out of siu lam and the gung gee part was added later by whom?