WELCOME TO LEBLANC WING CHUN
Wong Shun Leung and Gary Lam (Lam Man Hog) lineage
"To learn and make use of WSL ving tsun, one doesn’t (and should not) have to concern oneself with the drilling of endless combinations of techniques to deal with endless possible situations. WSL ving tsun is not a system which requires the rote learning of set sequences of movement. Instead, it makes use of a handful of concepts, coupled with a small repertoire of techniques (which are all derived from just six basics – taan sau, bong sau, fook sau, the basic vertical punch (yat ji jik kuen), basic stance (yi ji kim yeung ma), and the dang geuk, or basic “ascending heel kick”) to deal with any situation. These concepts and techniques are taught within the three basic forms (or “empty-hand” training patterns) and are collectively trained via a series of reflex drills, the most famous of which is chi sau, or “sticking hands” technique."
-Sisok David Peterson
“As long as it stays logical, it doesn't matter what you call it or what you’re actually doing.
If it is logical, if it works, use it!”
-Sigung Wong Shun Leung