自2010年袁炎強師傅因病仙遊，袁偉明師傅便成繼拳館，擔任總教頭一職，繼續傳掦詠春。與此同時積極參與不少公益事務。除了在老人院開班教授長者外，還在2012-2013年連續兩年均擔任 YMCA (顯徑分社）的暑期開幕禮的團體表演項目。
在2014年，黃淳樑同學會，在港正式成立。來自世界各地的徒兒徒孫。 聚首一堂。袁偉明師傅被邀請出席為其中一位代表，演講其中一環節，細説當年其父及師公和其他門派切磋武術的種種先為人知的逸事等等。 除此之外，還示範詠春拳法有何不同的對打，大家也即塲練習和向袁師傅查詢，塲面非常熱鬧。
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The Yuen Yim Keung Ving Tsun Association was established by the grandmaster Tommy
Yuen Yim Keung since 1999. The owner of this association - grandmaster Tommy Yuen
Yim Keung, started ving tsun training under grandmaster Wong Shun Leung (nicknamed
'Gong Sau Wong', the King of Talking Hands) since 1973. Grandmaster Wong Shun Leung
had a fearsome reputation as Grandmaster Yip Man’s best fighter, and Grandmaster
Tommy Yuen was the most outstanding ving tsun fighter under Wong Shun Leung.
Grandmaster Yuen learnt and mastered from Wong the three forms of ving tsun (siu lim tao, chum kiu and biu zee), 116 drills of wooden dummy, gwoh sau (practical ving tsun combat) and the practical application of ving tsun weapons: the butterfly knives form (baat jam do) and six and a half point wooden pole form (luk dim boon gwan).
Grandmaster Yuen became one of the instructors under grandmaster Wong during the 90s; since Grandmaster wong passed away in 1997, Grandmaster Yuen was nominated to become the head coach representing the Wong Shun Leung Ving Tsun fighting system, passing his wealth of experience to the next generation.
Grandmaster Yuen has great interest in sports as well as martial arts. He was a famous
Ving Tsun master, a black belt karate fighter and also a marathon runner. During 1977
grandmaster Yuen joined the world’s martial arts tournament in Japan and achieved
Master Anthony Yuen Wai Ming, the eldest son of Grandmaster Yuen Yim Keung, started ving tsun training under grandmaster Wong since 1984. Under the influence from both Wong Shun Leung and his father, Master Anthony Yuen completed the ving tsun system learning the three empty hand forms, Pole and Wooden dummy forms as well as the highly sought after Butterfly knife form.
In 1989 with his ving tsun training completed, aiming to develop more experience in martial arts fighting, master Anthony Yuen began training in western boxing and Muay Thai under the guidance of master Tony Chan Tak Hing.
From 1998- 2001 master Anthony Yuen fought in Muay tai tournaments around Asia with great success. Today master Anthony Yuen teaches Ving Tsun and Muay Thai at Yuen Yim Keung Ving Tsun association established by his father. Drawing on his wealth of experience, master Anthony Yuen continues to preserve the name and methods of Wong Shun Leung Ving Tsun passing them to a new generation of students with outstanding results.
Master Anthony Yuen has determined to become the next famous ving tsun master after
grandmaster Yuen Yim Keung. Since the establishment of the Yuen Yim Keung
Association, master yuen has been engaged into his father’s intensive ving tsun training
on daily basis, with endless blood and sweat master Yuen had quickly mastered all ving
tsun techniques included the practical use of ving tsun weapons.
Since grandmaster Tommy Yuen passed away in 2010, master Yuen had been nominated to become the head coach of the Yuen Yim Keung association, continuing the promotion and teaching of the Wong style ving tsun.
Master Yuen has great enthusiasm promoting ving tsun to local communities as well as undertaking voluntary martial arts performance. In 2007 Master Anthony Yuen accompanied his father Grandmaster Tommy to lead a ving tsun seminar in Germany; during the past 6 years he has taught ving tsun classes for elders in elderly homes and has engaged with the YMCA hong kong for leading group performance in ving tsun.
Today Master Yuen continues to preserve the name and methods of Wong Shun Leung Ving Tsun and skills in thai boxing, passing wealth of his fighting skills to a new generation and enter tournaments achieving outstanding results.
The most popular story of Ving Tsun’s origin is that this kung fu was formed by the
Buddhist Nun, Ng Mui, named as her first student Yim Wing Chun who had mastered
this unique fighting form. The lineage of Wing Chun continued as this kung fu was
passed to a famous chinese herbal doctor, Leung Jan in Forshan, then consequently
passed to Chan Wah Shun, who was a master of Yip Man. Yip Man had several
students who later became famous martial art masters in their own right, they were
Wong Shun Leung and Bruce Lee.
Master Yuen Wai Ming is currently one of the very few global leading experts on the practical application of butterfly knives and six and a half point wooden pole into weaponry combats under the form of Wong’s ving tsun system.
In 2014, Wong Shun Leung Students Association was formally established in Hong Kong which had attracted ving tsun masters and practitioners from over the world to attend this event. Master Anthony Yuen Wai Ming was invited as one of the honour speakers to talk about the unknown fighting story of grandmasters Wong Shun Leung and Tommy Yuen, this was followed by leading a section of ving tsun seminar.
In Hong Kong majority of people work long hours in the office, staying still constantly in
sitting position for a long time. This increase the risk of causing muscle strain injuries in
particular the spinal cord, neck and wrists, in which back pain is one of the most
common work related injuries that could affect the daily performance of the employee.
To prevent these health problems happening on individuals it is essential to spend time
exercising as a habit of being healthy.
Master Anthony Yuen has designed a series of easy to learn ving tsun training that can effectively improve person’s health, as well as strengthening individual’s spine, neck and wrist, resulting to a better focus, health, physical performance, balance and mental relaxation.
Ving tsun is a unique martial art system that includes a mixture of sports, science and physics. Every drills and forms has essential reason behind during real life combat. This kung fu is easy to learn but however difficult to master and it is up to the candidate himself who has to be disciplined to practice this art.
We welcome enquiries for trial lessons, group class as well as personal training. Please contact Mrs Chan for further arrangements.