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Cheng Kwong

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Sifu Sergio

HQ Phone:  +61 1300 134 480

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Sifu Sergio

67 Botany Rd

Waterloo, New South Wales,2017

Australia

Company Description

Sifu Sergio cooperates with Fu Productions to produce and develop high quality DVD's for people with an interest in Wing Tjun and a wide variety of backgrounds. Fu Productions is a professional DVD and web video production company.... more

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International Wing Tjun Association (IWKA) - Kung Fu Schools

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GM Cheng Kwong with Sifu Sergio
In recent years, GM Sergio has been continuing his study of Wing Chun Kung Fu by tracing its lineage and history back to it's orgins (Siu Lam WingTjun) from GM Cheng Kwong, Sifu Pak Cheung Kau, GM Tang Chung Pak, Sifu Sunny.


Sifu Sergio's Biography

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Receiving his Siu Lam Wing Chun (Lo Family) master certificate from GM Cheng Kwong
training Training in front of a Buddhist Temple with GM Cheng Kwong Sifu Cheng Kwong and sifu Sergio Receiving the certificate of Mastery of the Saam Bai Fat form by GM Cheng Kwong


Summer experience Hong Kong 2006 | WingTjun.com

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After depositing our bags in Ho Sheung Heung, Lai Wings native village in the new territories we went to our appointment with GM Cheng Kwong who after several months of email contact greeted us warmly and surprised us with his vast knowledge on Wing Tjuns history, what a luck I had that Lai Wing was present as a translator, amazingly fascinating stories and eye witness accounts of occurrences in the Wing Tjun world from the 50ties till now, GM Cheng Kwong who is now 73 years old is a true encyclopaedia of Kung Fu.
After depositing our bags in Ho Sheung Heung, Lai Wings native village in the new territories we went to our appointment with GM Cheng Kwong who after several months of email contact greeted us warmly and surprised us with his vast knowledge on Wing Tjuns history, what a luck I had that Lai Wing was present as a translator, amazingly fascinating stories and eye witness accounts of occurrences in the Wing Tjun world from the 50ties till now, GM Cheng Kwong who is now 73 years old is a true encyclopaedia of Kung Fu. Training with GM Cheng Kwong Training with GM Cheng Kwong The first meeting took about 9 hours of non stop history lessons, going through the various forms of Chi Sim Wing Tjun etc. we were still training on the Mook Yan Chong (wooden dummy at 3 o'clock in the night! After being brought home by GM Cheng Kwong we immediately fell asleep, the next two days were spend on training Chi Sim Wing Tjun and learning its real history, the real story about Dai Duk Lan its grandmasters etc. Hours of 8 mm films were shown to us by GM Cheng Kwong from his personal collection unique footage from The Late GM Wai Yan. There we were witness to something I will never forget and treasure in my heart for ever GM Cheng Kwong broke down in tears, fell on his knees and cried out loud to his sifu. talking to him and showing him his deepest gratitude for all the things he learned from him. I had trouble holding my tears and from that moment my feelings for this 73 year old Grandmaster depend. This was a real Grandmaster who experiences kung fu in his heart and really lives it as a family system. GM Cheng Kwong and me decided to help restore the grave and remove the grave to a nicer area as the government closed this grave site for future building projects. The next day GM Cheng Kwong and us visited some other masters and lineages of Wing Tjun with who we did some friendly sparring and went to lunch in the afternoon we visited the Yip Man memorial museum and the Wong Fei Hung Museum which was really special for me as many personal belongings of the late Grandmaster were on display and unique items like a original Wing Tjun book by The late GM Leung Jan and several photos I never saw before. visit to the widow of the late GM Pang Nam visit to the widow of the late GM Pang Nam After the visit to the museum GM Cheng Kwong took us to the widow of the late GM Pang Nam who really needed some help now in here nineties and blind. So we decided to give here some financial help for the next months to make here life easier I also took the time to photograph and examine the many documents and transcripts which belonged to the late GM Pang Nam on his unique system. The next stop was the station to take the bus to Hong Kong. The next day we met up with GM Cheng Kwong early to pay our respects to the late GM Ip Man by visiting his grave. In the afternoon GM Cheng Kwong took me aside and taught me the unique Chi Sim Wing Tjun theory and Kam Na. The next day GM Cheng Kwong taught us about Wing Tjuns Buddhist roots and brought us to several beautiful temples, where he taught us about meditation The next days were spend with hard training going through the forms the Chi Sao and Kiu Sao And then came the best moment off all GM Cheng Kwong decided to take me as his Todai and I performed the traditional Pai Zse ceremony for him first the whole ritual was explained to me in detail. Witness to the ceremony were several old students of GM Cheng Kwong. GM Cheng Kwong 2006


History | WingTjun.com

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Master Pak Cheung had been regarded as missing since the Chinese cultural revolution but in 1978, Cheng Kwong found the old Grandmaster on a remote farm near Fatshan.
The sifu of Sergio Iadarola grandmaster Cheng Kwong was over 15 years a private student of him. The art lives on in the west through efforts of a few men like the Grand Master of the IWKA sifu Sergio Iadarola, who learned privately in Hong Kong from the last master student of Grand Master Ip Man, Grand Master Leung Ting, his master student Allan Fong Wai Hung and learned the Siu Lam wing tjun lineage through sifu Cheng Kwong and the successor of the Tang family and nephew of grandmaster Tang Yick sifu Tang Chung Pak and the last todai of grandmaster Tang Yick sifu Sunny So all in Hong Kong. sifu Sergio with GM Cheng Kwong Sifu Sergio with sifu's Tang Chung Pak and Sunny So Sifu Sergio with GM Leung Ting after private lessons in 1999 Sifu Sergio with sifu Cheng Kwong receiving his master certificate in Siu Lam Wing Tjun Hong Kong 2006


Biography

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certificate from GM Cheng Kwong
GM Cheng Kwong Sifu Sergio receiving the by GM Cheng Kwong During this period he also studied the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to further his ground fighting knowledge.


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