LINEAGE

We teach and practice Wing Chun of the IP MAN lineage as taught by his grand student, the modern Grandmaster, Moy Tung.

Yim Wing Chun

YIM WING CHUN

The Shaolin Abbess Ng Mui created the art of Wing Chun after watching a snake and a crane do battle. She passed it onto Yim Wing Chun.

Red Boat Opera

RED BOAT OPERA

Yim Wing Chun passed the art on to her husband. The couple taught it to others and the tradition was passed on covertly through the Red Boat Operas while it was banned during the Qing Dynasty.

Leung Jan

LEUNG JAN

Wing Chun was passed onto Leung Jan from a Red Boat Opera troupe after the opera was banned by the Qing Dynasty. Leung was a doctor in Foshan who ran a secret Wing Chun school and passed the art to his sons along with other disciples.

Ip Man

CHAN WAH SHUEN

Chan Wah Shuen was a student of Leung Jan's, and passed the art onto Ip Man.

Ip Man

FUNG WAH

Fung Wah continued Yip Man's training after the passing of Chan Wah Shuen.

Ip Man

IP MAN

Ip Man was taught Wing Chun by Leung Jan's disciples. He was the first Master to teach Wing Chun openly. He had many famous students who spread the art around the world including movie super star Bruce Lee.

Muk Yan Jong

MOY YAT

Moy Yat was a direct disciple of Ip Man's. He began teaching Wing Chun in Hong Kong at age 24 as instructed by his Sifu. After Ip Man's passing, Moy Yat brought the art to the United States.

Moy Tung

MOY TUNG

Anthony "Moy Tung" Dandridge is the direct student of Moy Yat and the current Grandmaster of our lineage. He travels the country to work with his students, grand-students, great grand-students and even great great grand-students.