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Curtis C. Dittrich  (Shi Yan Cheng) 1 page down Third Yip Man ->
Leung Ting ->
Fong Wai Hung (Allen) ->
Curtis Dittrich
Shi Yan Cheng (Curtis Clavin Dittrich)
Born: December 1953
     With 15 he starts Chan Buddhism and the Martial Arts Yang Shi Taijiquan.
1976 he came to the Yongchunquan (Wing Tsun) ...
...and did learn from his Shi-fu (Sifu) Fang Hui Hong and from Grandmaster Keith R. Kernspecht. He tried to find out the internal relations between Yongchunquan and the Chan Buddhism. Since 1998 he is Chan Teacher and got his admission from three different Chan Masters of China. His Shi-fu Fang Hui Hong gave him the admission to be a Shi-fu of Yongchunquan. Shi Yan Cheng is now a Bodhisattva-Monk from the Shaolin Order, Teacher for Chan-Buddhism and use the Yongchunquan as a way of Chan Practicing in the Hermitage of Bamboo Grove, a Centre of Buddhism.
Fong Wai Hung (Allan Fong) 1 N/A Second Yip Man ->
Leung Ting ->
Fong Wai Hung (Allen)
Fong Wai Hung (Fang Hui Hong)
Born: July 1951
     With 16 he starts Karate, Judo, Aikido, Tea-Kwon-Do, Taijiquan (Wu-Style) and Choy-Lee-Fut ...
...1973 he came to the Wing Tsun and did learn from his Sifu Leung Ting and his Sihings Poon-Hang-Sang and Lin-Chun-Min. He did learn the complete program and got the 6th Level Practitioner. 1983 he immigrate to the USA.  1989 he left the IWTA and opens the Allan Fong Chinese Martial Arts Association.  In 2002 Master Sergio together with Fong Wai Hung established the International Wing Tjun Association, but he later went on to form Wing Tsjun International with another student.
Freddy Wong 1 2 homepage Second Yip Man ->
William Cheung ->
Freddy Wong
At age 18, while studying for his BA in Melbourne, Australia, Sifu Freddy began training as a personal student of Grandmaster William Cheung. In 1999, Sifu Freddy moved back to Hong Kong,...
...where he took over the World Wing Chun Kung Fu Association (Hong Kong Branch). There, he continued to receive personal instruction from Grandmaster William Cheung every half year.  In 2003, Sifu Freddy received his level 10 rank from Grandmaster William Cheung and become a certified instructor of the World Wing Chun Kung Fu Association. 2004-2005-singapore established Pure Wushu association.  2006-japan yokohama established branch by his own.
Greco Wong (Wong Wai Cheung) 1 2 3 4 homepage Second Yip Man ->
Moy Yat /Mak Po ->
Greco Wong
Sifu Wong was Moy Yat's first student and training partner. Sifu Wong also studied under Mak Po, Chu Shong Tin and Yip Man by recommendation of Moy Yat while Moy Yat was away from Hong Kong...
...Sifu Wong was the assistant instructor at the first Moy Yat Wing Chun School in Hong Kong in early 60s. He started teaching Wing Chun in the UK in 1967, co-authored with Rolf Clausnitzer of the world first Wing Chun book in 1969. Started teaching Wing Chun in Nigeria in the early 70's. He has been teaching Wing Chun in Canada for 30 years.
Jeff Webb 1 2 3 homepage Second Yip Man ->
Leung Ting ->
Jeff Webb
Webb is one of only two Americans to achieve master-level in the Leung Ting WingTsun system.
Master Jeff Webb (5th Level Practician) is the chief-instructor (Sifu) of Austin WingTsun™ Academy and manager of the International WingTsun™ Association - North American Section (IWTA-NAS, L.L.C.).  On December 7, 2005 Sifu Jeff Webb and his San Antonio-based training partner Sifu William Parker, became the first two Americans to achieve the Master-Level ranking in the Leung Ting WingTsun™ system. Sifu Webb has been involved in martial arts since 1983, having begun with Karate at the age of 12. He began his WingTsun™ training in 1985 and is a personal student of WingTsun™ Grandmaster Leung Ting. Over the years, he has also trained with a number of experts from Asia and Europe.
   In the early 1990's Sifu Webb enlisted in the United States Air Force and spent 3 and a half years of his service in Germany. During that time he taught and trained as an instructor in the European WingTsun™ Organization (EWTO) in addition to studying with many of the master-level instructors of the EWTO, including Grandmaster Keith R. Kernspecht.   Following his return to Austin in early 1996, he began building the Austin WingTsun™ Academy and opened his first professional school in 1997. Through consistent teaching methods and proper management, the school has thrived and produced a number of highly-skilled practitioners. In the Summer of 2004, he opened a second full-time WingTsun™ gymnasium in North Austin.
   Since 2000, Sifu Webb has taught more than 70 WingTsun™ seminars across North America in Texas, Arizona, California, Georgia, Indiana, Massachusetts, Montana, New York, Washington state, and Alberta, Canada. Sifu Webb has written articles that have been printed in publications such as Kung Fu Tai Chi Magazine, Austin FIT Magazine, The Good Life; and was editor of the volumous Roots of WingTsun (2nd ed.). He has also appeared in newspaper articles and tv interviews with his instructor, Grandmaster Leung Ting.  Sifu Webb is supported by his well-trained team of instructors. Each instructor at the Austin WingTsun™ Academy has undergone years of intense training and is certified directly by both Sifu Webb and Grandmaster Leung Ting.
    Being one of the top WingTsun™ schools in the country, you can count on our friendly and knowledgeable staff to work with every student on achieving their individual goals.
Shannon Moore 1 2 homepage Second Yip Man ->
William Cheung ->
Shannon Moore
Sifu Moore has been Training in Traditional Wing Chun 20 Years. Introduced
to Wing Chun by Sifu John Clayton AND Grand Master William Cheung in 1986.
Invited by GrandMaster Cheung...
... to be a direct descendent practitioner under him (GrandMaster) in 2005. Competed successfully in regional and national Full contact competitions. Has been considered by peers to be one of the top fighting Sifu's in the World Wing Chun Kung Fu Association. Knocked out Sifu Joe Sayah in less then 60 seconds and exchanged with a head warrior monk of the Shaolin temple while on China Tour in 2004. Is highly respected by his students for generosity and willingness to share his MA and WC knowledge freely. Nicknamed by the Shaolin Monks Sifu Dai Saan (Big Mountain) for his size but gentle nature.  While on tour of China in 2004, Sifu Moore had the great fortune to be trained directly by the head warrior Monk of Shaolin inside the Shaolin Temple in Song Shan China. Sifu Moore was trained in a internal special program of ChanWu (Zen & Wushu) and received his official certification of attachment to Shaolin Temple directly from the most Venerable Head Abbott Shi Yongxin. Sifu Moore's philosophy supports the concept that the primary function of the martial arts is the perfection of a person's life. Perfection, in this case, encompasses the preservation of health, transcending to a higher mental and physical level, and the improvement of personality and temperament. Sifu Shannon currently holds a 10th level ranking and is certified by Grand Master William Cheung to teach the complete art of Wing Chun Kung Fu. He currently teaches classes in Columbia Maryland and is known for his "practical real life" teaching and training methods to apply to modern society and tournament situations.

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