Wing Chun Kung Fu
My instructor said, there are no Wing Chun instructors, there is no Wing Chun School here in the Philippines during year 1991, but today, I don’t think so.
Since Wing Chun is a Cantonese Art of Kung Fu, there is no Cantonese Chinese Immigrant here in Philippines that speaks and understand Cantonese but mostly Amoy.
The reason why, on that year 1991, many fake practitioners of Kung Fu here in the Philippines can be easily traced because they claimed they learn the art of Wing Chun, and there was no Wing Chun Association during that previous years.
Before staring a new Chinese Martial Art Club or School (particularly Wing Chun) it must be associated first to the Chinese Community Kok Sut Association, and there was no Wing Chun.
But, year 2011, maybe, there is already association that teaches Wing Chun here in the Philippines, or maybe none.
For what I know, Wing Chun passed to Yip Man, escaped to lived in Hong Kong, migrated in United States of America, spread by Bruce Lee to public.
Chi Dian Bun Kung Fu
The origin of Chi Dian Bun comes from the northern portion of China, a Taoist form of Chinese Martial Art, goes to Hong Kong and migrated, or settled in Manila, Philippines.
There are actually more than thousands of students who already knows Chi Dian Bun but they have no intention to teach someone, as the remains secret to public, or must be taught only Father to Son.
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Unlike Wing Chun that is very popular that almost all over the world knows that art, but Chi Dian Bun have some similarities compare to Wing Chun but the major techniques are very different.
As what I know, there are only two Chi Dian Bun school in Manila, Philippines way back 1960’s or 70’s and very lucky to the practitioner who knows Chi Dian Bun because the art never spreads to open public or for commercial, as long as few practitioners who knows that art is the better.