Classes held at Level 2, 111 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Australia
Call 03-9663 3588 or

Private lessons must be booked in advance, are subject to availability and run for 1 hour

Wing Chun Chinatown Tour for Schools (Melbourne)

The Chinese Day Out school excursion is unique in that it offers school students an opportunity to learn about Chinese culture and its values, as well as an introduction to valuable life skills that can help them grow into confident and responsible citizens.

Arriving at our Academy in the heart of Melbourne’s Chinatown, students will be greeted by our Resident Instructor, and Grandmaster William Cheung himself if he is in Melbourne at the time.

The program starts with a visit to the Chinatown Museum where students will certainly appreciate the world’s longest dragon and other valuable Chinese artefacts. Next on the agenda is a stop at the Chinese Antique and Arts Store, before a walk down Little Bourke Street, and a traditional Chinese lunch at Dragon Boat Restaurant.

The Kung Fu lesson will start after lunch and will include self defence techniques, a brief introduction to the benefits of Traditional Wing Chun as well as a talk about philosophy and the importance of discipline, and respect for oneself and others.

We also offer schools an ‘Anti-Bully’ Program, focusingon the ‘be nice’ principal. We teach children and teenagers to avoid conflict by treating others with respect and to (if confronted by a bully) control their anger and meet that conflict with calmness and without violence.

The program covers some very effective self-defence moves, with the emphasis that
any form of violence must be used only defensively and always as a last resort.

Our ‘Stranger Danger’ Program teaches children and teenagers how to avoid and deal with unwelcome attention and contact with strangers. This program is particularly popular with, and beneficial to, young women. In both programs, students learn how to develop the following skills:

*Focus *Teamwork *Control *Balance *Memory *Discipline *Fitness *Coordination

These programs can be conducted in as little as two hours during school hours, after school or in the holidays, and can be tailored to meet the needs of each school.

For bookings, further information or to have an introductory CD-rom sent to your school, please contact us at (03) 9663 3588.

Level 1 – White Sash

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Level 2 – Light Blue Sash

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Level 3 – Medium blue sash

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Level 4 – Dark blue sash

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Level 5 – Light brown sash

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World Headquarters of WWCKFA

Melbourne is the world headquarters of the World Wing Chun Kung Fu Association (WWCKFA).

Si-Fu William Cheung
Si-Hing Ralph Herde
Si-Hing Andrew Cheung
Si-Hing Peter Eisen
Si-Hing Jade Jackson
Level 2, 111 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Victoria, Australia 3000
Tel: 61-3-9663 3588 Fax: 61-3-9663 3855

Sunbury: (Si-Hing Gary Wilkins)
Telephone: 0407 956 982

Hoppers Crossing: (Si-Hing Daniel Sapsead & Si-Hing Matthew Fellowes)
Xi Qu Traditional Wing Chun
Derrimut Heath Primary School
39 Sycamore Street, Hoppers Crossing
Tel: 0488 101 658

Perth: (Si-Hing Peter Guy, Si-Hing Nathan Davis)
Unit 4, 156 Beechboro Road South, Bayswater
Si-Fu Peter Guy 0403 130774
Sihing Nathan Davis 0435 054269

Also branches at Gosnells, Waikiki and Mandurah.

Rockingham (Sihing Chris Faure)
Community Centre
36 Rand Ave, Waikiki
Tel: 0405 556 836

C.W.A. Hall
21 Cooper Street
Tel: 0405 556 836

Brisbane: (Si-Hing Alfredo del Brocco)
Tel: +61 7 409 999 936

Brisbane: (Si-Hing Paul Maclaine and Si-Hing Dianne Maclaine)
Kung Fu Studio
Shop 1
118 South Pine Road
Brendale 4500
Tel: 07 3205 3977

Hobart: (Si-Hing Leigh Duff & Si-Hing Nicola Duff)
Kingston Beach Hall
20 Kingston Beach Road, Kingston Beach 7050
Tel: 0429 107 108


Auckland: (Si-Fu Dale Marsters)
Tel: 09-4822039; 021-2955436 (mobile)


Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA: (Si-Fu Eric Oram)
Los Angeles Wing Chun Kung Fu Academy
2238 Purdue Ave, West LA, CA 90064
Tel/Fax: (310) 996 0302

Oakland, CALIFORNIA: (Si-Fu Saladin Abdullah)
Tao Wing Chun School
484 Lake Park Avenue #219, Oakland, CA 94610
Tel: (510) 393 1744

Longmont, COLORADO: (Si-Fu Dan Brazitis)
Longmont Wing Chun Academy
1150 Francis St., Longmont, Colorado 80501
Tel: (303) 485 7338

Baltimore, MARYLAND: (Si-Fu Johnny Clayton)
1724 East 25th St., Baltmiore, MD 21213
Tel: (410) 522 9520

Columbia, MARYLAND: (Si-Fu Shannon Moore)
Columbia Wing Chun Academy
10400 Shaker Drive 2nd Flr, Suite 7
Columbia, MD 21046
(14 minutes from Baltimore, 25 minutes from Washington DC)
Tel: 410-772-3902

Baltimore, MARYLAND: (Si-Fu Gamel C. Spencer)
World Wing chun Kung Fu & Karate Academy of Maryland
2100 Gwynn Oak Suite D
Baltimore MD 21207
Tel: (410) 265 1840

Nottingham, MARYLAND: (Si-Fu Jeff Ficek)
Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu of Maryland
3510 Blue Coat Rd, Nottingham MD 21236
Tel: (410) 227-9424;

Mount Laurel, NEW JERSEY: (Master Keith Mazza & Master Phillip Redmond)
The Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu Academy
3747 Church Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Tel: (856) 231 0352 Fax: (856) 489 0523

(Si-Fu Vincent Wymbs)
The Traditional Wing Chun Academy of Northern New Jersey
40 Rte 94 Vernon Colonial Village
McAfee, NJ 07428 Box 375
Tel: (973) 209 2500 Fax: (973) 209 2505

Brooklyn, NEW YORK: (Si-Fu Victor Parlati)
New York City Traditional Wing Chun Academy
Midwood Martial Arts
1302 Avenue H
Brooklyn, NY 11230
Tel: (347) 291 3161

Patchogue, NEW YORK: (Si-Fu Chris Serras)
World Martial Arts Academy
499 Gateway Blv.
Patchogue, NY 11772
Tel: (631) 868-0684

New York City: (Master Phillip Redmond)
64 E. 4th St. 4th Floor
New York, NY 10003
(Sat: 3:30PM – 5:30PM)
Tel: (917)912-3458

Mountain Home, ARKANSAS: (Si-Fu Bruce Hill)
Tel: (890) 425 3022

Jacksonville, FLORIDA: (Si-Fu Anthony Arnett)
Arnett’s Cheung Style Sport Kung Fu Academy
6028 Chester Avenue Bldg #100
Jacksonville, Florida 32217
Tel: 904-304-0953 cell; 904-949-8537 pager

Chicago, ILLINOIS: (Si-Fu Milan Kecic)
Traditional Wing Chun Academy of Illinois
PO Box 577081
Chicago, IL 60657
Tel: (773) 701 3196

Garden City, KANSAS: (Si-Fu Ronda & Master Jerry Bolding)
Garden City Wing Chun Kung Fu Academy
307 South Main, Garden City, KS 67846
Tel: (316) 272 0920

Ferndale, MICHIGAN: (Si-Fu Carmelino Guiao)
Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu Academy of Michigan
Tel: (248) 224-6649

Fort Washington, PHILADELPHIA: (Si-Fu Bill Beck)
508 Bethlehem Pike
Fort Washington, PA 19034
Tel: (215) 776 2119

Hilton Head, SOUTH CAROLINA: (Si-Fu Kenny Robinson)
Cheung Style Sport Kung Fu
435 William Hilton PKWY, Hilton Head S.C. 29926
Tel: 843-342 2229

Milwaukee, WISCONSIN: (Si-Fu Angelo Foti)
Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu Academy of Wisconsin
9108 W. National Avenue
West Allis, Wisconsin, 53227
Tel: 1-414-405-0776

Milwaukee, WISCONSIN: (Si-Fu Charles Boness)
Quest International
Lightning Hands Wing Chun Kung Fu
12431 W. Hampton Ave
Butler, Wisconsin 53007
Tel: 262-783 2273

New Castle, DELAWARE: (Si-Fu Donald O. Broussard Jr)
New Castle Martial Arts
722-724 Ferry Cut-Off, River Plaza
New Castle, Delaware 19720
Tel: 302-328 3977


Toronto, Ontario: (Si-Fu Stephen Ruiz)
World Wing Chun Canada
80 Milner Avenue, Unit 8
Scarborough, Toronto
Tel: + 416-5733572

Toronto, Ontario: (Si-Fu Ryan Kennedy, Si-Fu Joe Virgilio, Si-Fu Hernan Prado)
Traditional Wing Chun Academy of Toronto
927 Dupont St, 2nd Floor
Toronto M6H 1Z1
Tel: (416) 892 9529



(Si-Fu Thierry Sainthuile)
Chaussée de liège 534
5100 Jambes


Devonshire: (Si-Fu Delroi Flood)
11 Crown Hill Lane
Dock Hill, Devonshire, West Bermuda DV01
Classes held at Prospect Primary School Gym
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Sat


Si-Hing Pantelic Drazen
Mortal Kombat Club
Zivinice, Bosnai Hercegovina
Tel: +387 61 668 978


Nicosia: (Si-Fu Kypros Andreoy)
Tel: 3572 356332


Mazamet: (Si-Fu Cédric Azemat)
Tel: +33 6 19 33 77 61


Wing Chun Ambassador and Official Representative for Greece:
Si-Fu Panagiotis Raptopoulos

Wing Chun Schools:

Si-Fu Chrisa Exidaveloni
29 Passalidi Street,
Tel: +302310481241
Mobile: +306947853551

Si-Fu Chrisa Exidaveloni
11 Gr. Xenopoulou,


Si-Fu Zoltan Juhasz
5000 Szolnok, Vorosmarty St., 15
Tel: 36-56410618


Adria: (Si-Fu Gian Luca Boccato)
Tel: 39-0426 21804 or 338 924 8932


Skopje: (Master Djore Kostovski)
Tel: +389 70 309 678 or +389 78 212 398


(Si-Fu Jan-Pieter Boekestijn)
Tel: (31) 654 753 620

Wateringen: (Si-Fu Don Schouten)
Postbus 118
2290 AC
Wateringen, Holland
Tel: +31-(0)-6-23962465


Belgrade: (Si-Fu Jovan Vuca)
Wing Chun Kung Fu Club “Dragon nes”
Pana Djukica 5, Belgrade
Tel: +381637291664

Ruma: (Si-Fu Goran Galijas)
Wing Chun Kung Fu Club “Saolin” Ruma
Glavna 5a
Tel: +381659507300


Kiev: (Si-Fu Igor Tunik)
Tel: +380 50 311 41 39


London: (Si-Hing Zak Zivanovic)
Wing Chun Kung Fu Academy “CHUEN”
St. Gabriel’s Halls
Glasgow Terrace, Churchill Gardens
London SW1V 3AA
Tel: +44 (0)20 7450 4763
Mob: +44 (796 991 69 86)
Email: info@wingchunchuen.co.uk

Level 6 – Dark brown sash

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Level 7 – Black sash

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Level 8 – Grey sash

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Level 9 – Light green sash

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Level 10 Instructor – Gold sash

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Wing Chun Grading Schedule

Melbourne Grading dates for 2011:

Sunday January 30
Sunday February 27
Sunday March27
Sunday April 24
Sunday May 29
Sunday June 26
Sunday July 31
Sunday August 28
Sunday September 25
Sunday October 30
Sunday November 27
Sunday December 18

All Gradings will begin at 1.00 pm. Grading students should be on time and in full uniform. All applicable forms and fees should be filed and paid for, no later than the Thursday prior to the Grading date, or a late fee of $15.00 will apply. Wing Chun Passports should be filled out properly with the student details and a passport photo attached, and handed in with the Grading application. Please ensure that you collect these after the Grading when they have been signed.

General Questions on the Wooden Dummy

How was the wooden dummy first created? Why are its arms and leg positioned the way they are?

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Stress Management Course

by William Cheung’s Better Life Programs

In today’s demanding environment, more and more instructional programs are being developed to assist the achievement of relaxation techniques, the extension of personal awareness and maintenance of good health.

My Stress Management Course uses a combination of pressure point techniques and internal breathing exercises to manage stress and obtain optimum motivation.

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Fight Smart in Close-Quarters Combat Using Wing Chun Techniques

By Lucy Haro | Photos by Rick Hustead

In the martial arts, one school of thought holds that you should change your game to match your opponent’s. Example: If you’re a stand-up fighter and you’re facing a grappler, you should immediately switch into grappling mode. Problem is, that requires you to train to such an extent that each subset of your skills is superior to the skills of a person who focuses on only that range of combat. Your grappling must be better than a grappler’s, your kicking must be better than a kicker’s and your punching must be better than a puncher’s. It’s a tough task, to be sure.

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A Grandmaster remembers Bruce Lee

The subject of a revealing new documentary released as part of Bruce Lee: The Dragon Collection, Dr.William Cheung, Grandmaster of Wing Chun style martial arts, recalls how he introduced the movie legend to kung fu

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Channel the Rage: Teach Boys to Fight

by Damon Young (The Sydney Morning Herald, 22 April 2009)

Nicolas Cage loves Australia, but he doesn’t like its inner-city violence. He described a five-on-one brawl he saw in Melbourne while taking time out from filming the sci-fi thriller, Knowing, as “pretty horrifying”.

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Bruce Lee and William Cheung – The Early Years

Before Bruce Lee was a martial arts star, he was a young actor, bullied by his schoolmates and often getting into trouble. In this 1992 interview, Wing Chun Kung Fu Grandmaster William Cheung recounts Lee’s early days of training and the difficulties he faced as a martial arts prodigy.

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Dragon Warrior – Grandmaster William Cheung

This is a story like any great action movie. Full of drama, pain and survival, gangsters and street fighters, and at the centre of the story is the hero. Some of the parts that make up this story would seem too good to be true but that’s what makes the tale of Grand Master William Cheung so intriguing. Now in his sixties there are hundreds of tales surrounding the life of William Cheung. In creating this article it was painful deciding which parts to include and which to omit but hopefully what follows is as entertaining to read as it is to hear firsthand.

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Wing Chun Dim Mak

It was a typical hot summer afternoon in Las Vegas in the mid-1980s. For some reason, my sifu, William Cheung, insisted that we train outside in the sweltering heat instead of in the air-conditioned workout room behind the house.

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Bruce Lee’s Contact Reflex Training

(by Si-Fu Eric Oram, extracted from a 1997 edition of Australasian Blitz Magazine)

Cross Arm Chi Sao

Once the practitioner has achieved a certain degree of proficiency from the other chi sao exercises (including lop sao exercise), he will move on to cross arm chi sao. As with all chi sao exercises, cross arm chi sao is a drill – the contact sensitivity garnered from these drills will be what carries over into “the street”. However, of all the chi sao exercises, the cross arm drills take the practitioner closest to actual combat. This is because it trains the footwork necessary to bridge the gap between contact distance and exchange distance.

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Secret of the Fourth Center

By Grandmaster William Cheung (extracted from “Inside Kung Fu” magazine, March 2005)

Grandmaster William Cheung’s pursuit of a better combat system led to the discovery of wing chun’s “fourth center.”

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Kick Killing – Traditional Wing Chun is your Secret Weapon Against Leg Attacks

by Eric Oram (extracted from Black Belt magazine, February 2003)

In 1966, karate legend Joe Lewis rocketed to stardom by winning Jhoon Rhee’s U.S. Nationals in Washington, D.C. Incredibly, it was his first tournament, and he won every single point with only one technique – the side kick.

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Cheung’s Meridian Therapy for Sports Injuries and Better Health

(extracted from Australasian Blitz Magazine )

In today’s world, many of the diseases and illnesses of modern society are degenerative and self-attacking in nature as a result of emotional stress, exposure to toxic chemicals and pesticides, lack of exercise and poor diet. This results in abnormal organ function and reduced co-operation between organ systems.

Western scientific medicine is generally designed to detect disease, not to restore balance. If no obvious cause of illness or injury is found, say a bacteria or reduced red blood cells, then treatment tends to be impossible or imprecise.

Chinese medicine looks at the condition of the whole person and always tries to restore normal functions and balance, considering disease or injury a disharmony of the body process.

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10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Principles

by Eric Oram (extracted from Black Belt Magazine, April 1999)

From the time I was 11 until the time I was 14, I studied karate in Las Vegas. The students at that school were supposed to commit to memory hundreds of techniques that were hypothetical responses to various self-defense situations. It was difficult to remember them all, but I strove to do my best – until I began watching the black belts spar.

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Ol’ Faithful – Wing Chun Wooden Dummy

by Kimberly Owens (Assistant Editor for “Martial Arts Training” Magazine)

Looking for a reliable training partner? Look no further than the Wing Chun Wooden Dummy. This traditional training device can enhance your speed, accuracy, power, timing, mobility, flow and visual and contact reflexes.

A good training partner can be hard to find. Some are too lazy, some talk too much and some just don’t want to get up in the morning. What are you supposed to do?

Find a new partner, what else?

Ideally, you’ll find a partner who is unforgiving of mistakes. Someone who can take a punch. A kick. Someone who is always ready to train. Doesn’t complain. Is never late. And never cancels training sessions due to an injury.

Does this perfect partner exist?

You bet. Meet your new partner: the wing chun wooden dummy.

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