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3/9/05 12:27 PM
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flipdid
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Edited: 09-Mar-05
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my brother is a wing chun practitioner. what would make a good birthday gift. i want some kind of training tool. thanks
3/9/05 7:28 PM
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tjmitch
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see if you could pay for some private lessons for him.
3/15/05 10:53 AM
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karasu
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Edited: 15-Mar-05
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how about a Kung Fu DVD movie, they are cheap, lots of fun, and can be found at SunCoast in the mall or check online.
3/15/05 2:02 PM
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Naughty Gorilla
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The old flick "Prodigal Son" is considered the most authentic Wing Chun movie ever made, maybe the most authentic kung fu movie period in terms of the actual fighting.
3/19/05 10:03 PM
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Calbert
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Speaking as a guy who still trains wing chun, I would say Naughty Gorilla is correct.
6/14/05 12:37 PM
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Iceberg Slim
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Edited: 14-Jun-05
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the movie Wing Tsun starring Maggie Cheung would be a good choice. Great flick.
6/24/05 1:08 PM
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WARRIORS TWO is unofficial sequel to PRODIGAL SON, IIRC, both directed by sammo hung. if you can afford it and he doesn't have them already, high end is a wooden dummy, low end is the pole and in the middle range is the butterfly knives (not the filipino balisongs). that's specific to WCK if you want a tool not specific to WCK, a heavy bag, private lessons with some WCK master, etc.
7/10/05 4:14 AM
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Frost
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Edited: 10-Jul-05
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I haven't been in wing chun for a few years now but the butterfly knives I think are called Bot Jaam Do or something.
7/11/05 2:54 PM
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Edited: 11-Jul-05
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