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If you are interested in Wing Chun this is a free, well produced documentary that you need to see.  Chinese with English subtitles.

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Butterfly swords from the second half of the 19th century. Note that these are notably longer, with a more defined tip, than the style that is popular today.  Source:www.swordsantiqueweapons.com

Some brief notes on the history and development of Hudiedao (Butterfly Swords).

See photographs of the 2012 Wing Chun Hall trip to Hong Kong.

What might the ancient roots of Wing Chun have actually looked like?

Ip Man at his wooden Dummy.

Ip Man at his wooden Dummy.

Wooden Dummies in the Chinese martial arts and Wing Chun.

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If you are interested in finding other thoughtful and historically accurate essays on Wing Chun and the Chinese martial arts, check out my blog, Kung Fu Tea.  You can also read more about traditional Kung Fu on my Facebook group.

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