Sigung Chu Shong Tin

 I have been travelling to Sydney and Adelaide in Australia every year since 1996 for conducting academic seminars for the Fung's International Wing Chun Academy which was established by my beloved student, Jim FUNG Chuen Keung. I am very pleased and content with the attitude and determination of all the students for learning, and the methods of teaching adopted and used by the Academy.

Since Master Fung passed away in March 2007 after an unsuccessful fighting against the terminal illness, the educational affairs of the Academy were passed to his senior students ... for their assistance in the running of teaching duties. Therefore, I have spent longer time with these students in teaching, explaining and analysing the deep and profound theories of the punching techniques. I have discovered that their ability of understanding and comprehension are extremely good. They always discuss between themselves, and they always practise diligently and persistently. Their progress is fast and amazing and I am really impressed.

Other assistant instructors are also progressing consistently. This can elevate the other students' desire of learning, create a good spirit for learning and provide an excellent environment for learning.

I think, in the near future, the reputation of this Australian International Wing Chun Academy will become more expanded.

CHU Shong Tin
September 2008

This document was translated from Traditional Chinese to English by translator Stephen Chan, who is recognised by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters

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