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In February 1988, Tang took the train journey from Hong Kong to Canton. At that time China was still very security conscious, everyone's bags were searched thoroughly, and any video tapes or audio tapes were also viewed for any obscene contents. Going through the custom and excise check point was tougher than the train journey itself.

On arrival in Canton, the first port of call was at the Canton Province Athletic Resident Centre. Tang's uncle was a former official of the Centre, and this enable Tang to gain access to the professionally trained Wu Shu (Kung Fu) stage performers and also the fighters. Tang recalls that these martial artists adopted the similar routine as the professional Thai boxers. It really goes to show the standard of martial art was absolutely brilliant. The lesser performer/fighter of the centre would put a lot of the so-called masters in the UK to shame.

Tang was very excited and pleased to see that the Kung Fu skills are highly practised by martial artists of this centre. The coach and fighters were interested in what Tang's martial practice, and delighted them with great performances in Wing Chun and also in San Soo (free-fighting). There was absolutely no bad sportsmanship, and if the guy got hurt, it was still cool later on to chit-chat.

The Canton centre left a very good impression on Tang. He then pursued his journey to Foshan, the homeland of Wing Chun Kung Fu. Tang was greeted by a whole entourage of Wing Chun masters and exponents at the Rotating Palace Hotel.Grandmaster Yui Kil executing Wing Chun double swords

The Wing Chun exponents in Foshan had a much more mature and professional attitude than in Hong Kong. Don't get me wrong, they still wanted to test and challenge you but no potential nastiness. People here understands that if you compare Chi Sau skills, it does not automatically you are better in streetfighting.

Tang fought/crossed hands at least 6-8 times, and dealt with them all systematically. The Foshan Wing Chun brothers astonishing pointed out that Tang's Wing Chun had developed so much and he was brilliant. Tang noticed and learned from the Foshan masters new methods of Chi Sau, and it was closely related to street fighting rather than many pretty blocks.

Wai-Po Tang with Grandmaster Yui Kil

After the arduous contests, Tang was invited to the Great Grandmaster Yui Kil's home for dinner. There he received the highest traditional Kung Fu honour. The ceremony was performed in front of the closed-door students of Grandmaster Yui Kil. Grandmaster Yui Kil performing Wing Chun Pole in FoshanSuch an honour for Tang at the age of 24 years old, it was not greeted well by other Masters in Hong Kong and in the West. This proved to be a turbulent political minefield, some well known masters were very jealous and attempted to discredit Tang through their media connections. These attempts were fruitless, Wai-Po Tang with Grandmaster Yui Kil and Kung Fu brothers in Foshansince Tang took no notice of them and pursued an excellent record of fights, teachings, and performances and researches. Hence, hold one of the highest esteemed martial art status.

 


 

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