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Sifu Lo

Founding Director

Wu Mei Kung Fu Association

HQ Phone:  (917) 885-8598

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Background Information

Employment History

Founding Director

China Arts Council


Martial Arts Instructor

Applied Materials Taiwan Company


Affiliations

USA Wu Shu Kung Fu Federation

National Advisor


Tai Chi Association of New York

Member


North American Chinese Martial Arts Federation

Member


Eastern United States Kung Fu Federation

Member


National Council of Chinese Martial Arts

Member, Executive Board


Web References(5 Total References)


Wu Mei Kung Fu Association

www.wumei.com [cached]

Sifu Lo began his martial arts training in 1963 studying with such noted masters as Sensei Iguchi, 6th Dan Judo, 5th Dan karate, all-Asian Judo champion, 1961 & 1962; Sensei Kanakogi, 6th Dan judo, 5th Dan karate, All Asian Judo Champion, 1963 & 1964; and Sensei Tadashi Nakamura, 5th Degree black belt in Kyokushinkai karate.
A student of Zazen at the New York Zendo in the late 60's, Sifu Lo has studied Meditation, Buddhist philosophy, and Yoga since 1968. Under Master McCrave, Sifu Lo also studied hypnotherapy. In 1973 he was initiated into Maha Yoga and became the disciple of Swami Shivom Tirth Maharaj, spiritual head of Devatma Shakti Society worldwide. In the same year, Sifu Lo met Grandmaster Hsieh Peng. Sifu Lo is the founding Director of the Wu Mei Kung Fu Association and is the highest authority of Wu Mei Kung Fu worldwide. Sifu Lo is recognized by the Chinese government as an authentic traditional Chinese Martial arts master. He is also the founding Director of the China Arts Council, whose mission is to preserve and promote traditional Chinese cultural arts in the West. Through the China Arts Council, Sifu Lo has worked with: the Guggenheim Museum, the Prospect Park Alliance, the Chinese Scholar's Garden, the Hammond Museum, the Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival, Families with Children from China, the Eldridge Street Project, and many other cultural institutions. Having taught martial arts since 1969, Sifu Lo's students are ranked among the top three in national competitions across the country. Sifu Lo is an active member of the Chinese martial arts community, and has sat on the Executive Board of the National Council of Chinese Martial Arts, and on the National Internal Styles Rules Committee of the AAU Chinese Martial Arts Division. Sifu Lo has been the National Vice Chairman, Northeast Regional Director and the Metropolitan Association Chinese Martial Arts Chairman of the Amateur Athletic Union. Sifu Lo is a National Advisor to the USA Wu Shu Kung Fu Federation. He is a respected member of the North American Chinese Martial Arts Federation, the Eastern United States Kung Fu Federation, and the Tai Chi Association of New York. In addition to his martial arts studies, Sifu Lo has studied Chinese poetics from Dr. Lo Wai Luk, Ph.D. Sifu Lo has studied Feng Shui (the Art of Placement), Face Reading, Palmistry and Hand Writing Analysis from Master Eng Suern Gwoo since 1990. Since 2000, Sifu Lo has been studying Tibetan Buddhism from Geshe Michael Roach of the Asian Classics Institute. Ken Lo has been studying Chinese calligraphy and Cha Dao (the Art of Tea) from Master Lo Chien Wu since 1994. Since 2007, Sifu Lo has been studying Poker Game Theory and is in training to become an International competitive Poker Champion using Chinese Martial Art principles.


www.taichifest.com

7th Generation Master of Wu Mei Pai, Sifu Lo began his martial arts training in 1963 studying with such noted masters as Sensei Iguchi, 6th Dan Judo, 5th Dan karate, all-Asian Judo champion, 1961 & 1962; Sensei Kanakogi, 6th Dan judo, 5th Dan karate, All Asian Judo Champion, 1963 & 1964; and Sensei Tadashi Nakamura, 5th Degree black belt in Kyokushinkai karate.
A student of Zazen at the New York Zendo in the late 60's, Sifu Lo has studied Meditation, Buddhist philosophy, and Yoga since 1968. Under Master McCrave, Sifu Lo also studied hypnotherapy. In 1973 he was initiated into Maha Yoga and became the disciple of Swami Shivom Tirth Maharaj, spiritual head of Devatma Shakti Society worldwide. In the same year, Sifu Lo met Grandmaster Hsieh Peng. Sifu Lo is the founding Director of the Wu Mei Kung Fu Association and is the highest authority of Wu Mei Kung Fu worldwide. Sifu Lo is recognized by the Chinese government as an authentic traditional Chinese Martial arts master. He is also the founding Director of the China Arts Council, whose mission is to preserve and promote traditional Chinese cultural arts in the West. Through the China Arts Council, Sifu Lo has worked with: the Guggenheim Museum, the Prospect Park Alliance, the Chinese Scholar's Garden, the Hammond Museum, the Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival, Families with Children from China, the Eldridge Street Project, and many other cultural institutions. Having taught martial arts since 1969, Sifu Lo's students are ranked among the top three in national competitions across the country. Sifu Lo is an active member of the Chinese martial arts community, and has sat on the Executive Board of the National Council of Chinese Martial Arts, and on the National Internal Styles Rules Committee of the AAU Chinese Martial Arts Division. Sifu Lo has been the National Vice Chairman, Northeast Regional Director and the Metropolitan Association Chinese Martial Arts Chairman of the Amateur Athletic Union. Sifu Lo is a National Advisor to the USA Wu Shu Kung Fu Federation. He is a respected member of the North American Chinese Martial Arts Federation, the Eastern United States Kung Fu Federation, and the Tai Chi Association of New York. In addition to his martial arts studies, Sifu Lo has studied Chinese poetics from Dr. Lo Wai Luk, Ph.D. Sifu Lo has studied Feng Shui (the Art of Placement), Face Reading, Palmistry and Hand Writing Analysis from Master Eng Suern Gwoo since 1990. Since 2000, Sifu Lo has been studying Tibetan Buddhism from Geshe Michael Roach of the Asian Classics Institute. Ken Lo has been studying Chinese calligraphy and Cha Dao (the Art of Tea) from Master Lo Chien Wu since 1994. Since 2007, Sifu Lo has been studying Poker Game Theory and is in training to become an International competitive Poker Champion using Chinese Martial Art principles.


Sifu Ken Lo

www.china-arts.org [cached]

Sifu Lo began his martial arts training in 1963 studying with such noted masters as Sensei Iguchi, 6th Dan Judo, 5th Dan karate, all-Asian Judo champion, 1961 & 1962; Sensei Kanakogi, 6th Dan judo, 5th Dan karate, All Asian Judo Champion, 1963 & 1964; and Sensei Tadashi Nakamura, 5th Degree black belt in Kyokushinkai karate.
A student of Zazen at the New York Zendo in the late 60's, Sifu Lo has studied Meditation, Buddhist philosophy, and Yoga since 1968. Under Master McCrave, Sifu Lo also studied hypnotherapy. In 1973 he was initiated into Maha Yoga and became the disciple of Swami Shivom Tirth Maharaj, spiritual head of Devatma Shakti Society worldwide. In the same year, Sifu Lo met Grandmaster Hsieh Peng. Sifu Lo is the founding director of the Wu Mei Kung Fu Association and teaches in New York City. He also heads the China Arts Council, a non-profit organization devoted to promoting classical Chinese art forms in the West. Having taught martial arts for more than twenty years, Sifu Lo's students are ranked among the top three in national competitions across the country. Sifu Lo is an active member of the Chinese martial arts community, and has sat on the Executive Board of the National Council of Chinese Martial Arts, and on the National Internal Styles Rules Committee of the AAU Chinese Martial Arts Division. Sifu Lo has been the National Vice Chairman, Northeast Regional Director and the Metropolitan Association Chinese Martial Arts Chairman of the Amateur Athletic Union. Sifu Lo is a National Advisor to the USA Wu Shu Kung Fu Federation. He is a respected member of the North American Chinese Martial Arts Federation, the Eastern United States Kung Fu Federation, and the Tai Chi Association of New York. In addition to his martial arts studies, Sifu Lo has studied Chinese poetics from Dr. Lo Wai Luk, Ph.D. A student of Maha yoga and Buddhism for more than twenty years, Sifu Lo is presently studying Feng Shui (the Art of Placement) from Eng Seurn Gwoo and Tibetan Buddhism from Geshe Michael Roach. Ken Lo has been studying Chinese calligraphy and Cha Dao (the Art of Tea) from Master Lo Chien Wu since 1994. He specializes in the Chuan Shu style of the Chou Dynasty, 1700 BC. Here are some examples of Sifu Lo's art and calligraphy:


Sifu Ken Lo

www.wumei.com [cached]

Sifu Lo began his martial arts training in 1963 studying with such noted masters as Sensei Iguchi, 6th Dan Judo, 5th Dan karate, all-Asian Judo champion, 1961 & 1962; Sensei Kanakogi, 6th Dan judo, 5th Dan karate, All Asian Judo Champion, 1963 & 1964; and Sensei Tadashi Nakamura, 5th Degree black belt in Kyokushinkai karate.A student of Zazen at the New York Zendo in the late 60's, Sifu Lo has studied Meditation, Buddhist philosophy, and Yoga since 1968.Under Master McCrave, Sifu Lo also studied hypnotherapy.In 1973 he was initiated into Maha Yoga and became the disciple of Swami Shivom Tirth Maharaj, spiritual head of Devatma Shakti Society worldwide.In the same year, Sifu Lo met Grandmaster Hsieh Peng.Sifu Lo is the founding director of the Wu Mei Kung Fu Association and teaches in New York City.He also heads the China Arts Council, a non-profit organization devoted to promoting classical Chinese art forms in the West.Having taught martial arts for more than twenty years, Sifu Lo's students are ranked among the top three in national competitions across the country.Sifu Lo is an active member of the Chinese martial arts community, and has sat on the Executive Board of the National Council of Chinese Martial Arts, and on the National Internal Styles Rules Committee of the AAU Chinese Martial Arts Division.Sifu Lo has been the National Vice Chairman, Northeast Regional Director and the Metropolitan Association Chinese Martial Arts Chairman of the Amateur Athletic Union.Sifu Lo is a National Advisor to the USA Wu Shu Kung Fu Federation.He is a respected member of the North American Chinese Martial Arts Federation, the Eastern United States Kung Fu Federation, and the Tai Chi Association of New York.In addition to his martial arts studies, Sifu Lo has studied Chinese poetics from Dr. Lo Wai Luk, Ph.D.A student of Maha yoga and Buddhism for more than twenty years, Sifu Lo is presently studying Feng Shui (the Art of Placement) from Eng Seurn Gwoo and Tibetan Buddhism from Geshe Michael Roach.Ken Lo has been studying Chinese calligraphy and Cha Dao (the Art of Tea) from Master Lo Chien Wu since 1994.He specializes in the Chuan Shu style of the Chou Dynasty, 1700 BC.Here are some examples of Sifu Lo's art and calligraphy:


Ip (Yip) Man Wing Chun Kung Fu Virginia Beach :: Sifu Gorden / Interview From New Martial Hero Magazine

vbwingchun.blogharbor.com [cached]

It was the destiny of Sifu Ip and Sifu Lo to learn Wing Chun from their youth.
Great talents appear in successive generations of the Ip family. Lu (Lo), Gorden, son of Sifu Lo Man Kam, also inherited the Wing Chun tradition from his family, and grew up regarding the propagation of Wing Chun as his life's mission. These individuals exerted great efforts in promoting Wing Chun Kung Fu, also conducting seminars and attracting students in many countries around the planet. When Sifu Gorden was a child, he was exposed to his father's frequent discussion of Wing Chun techniques with the students. Thus, he grew up aware of the power of Wing Chun in hitting fast and with deadly accuracy in a short distance. He was amazed when he witnessed the skillful technique and the change of footwork in the seniors' practice. Sifu Lo determined to master Wing Chun, and he accomplished this with the assistance of his father and the encouragement and the guidance of his seniors. Growing up at Kung Fu Federation, Sifu Lo was strongly influenced by his family. He began learning Wing Chun formally at the age of 15. He was attentive and concentrated intently in order to master the system. Ultimately, he developed a deep understanding of Wing Chun. Wing Chun is a unique system for self-defense precisely because each motion must be accurate and energetic. It is not merely a series of movements; fundamental theory underlies all action. Actions are rigid while the persons performing these actions are living beings. People practice rigid actions, but should not practice these actions rigidly. Only through learning and understanding the principles of Wing Chun can one develop the ability to employ it with skill. Sifu Lo consistently inculcates this concept in his students. Though he had already honed his Wing Chun skills, Sifu Lo practiced diligently with his father's students from the age of 18. In addition to learning and practicing the system, he was also trained to teach Kung Fu to other students and to manage the Federation. His experience included practicing and teaching with persons of different ages, which established the basis for teaching Wing Chun in the future. In Taiwan , every male is obligated to serve in the army, so at the age of 20, Sifu Lo enlisted. Because of his martial background, he was assigned to the martial art and training team. This was a unique and valuable experience. Sifu Lo discovered that the most prevalent martial art in the army was JuKwon Do (莒拳道). His First Sergeant was aware that Sifu Lo practiced Wing Chun and knew nothing about Ju Kwon Do. Sifu Lo, of course, could not refuse an order, and he was eager to demonstrate the power of Wing Chun. He probed determinately to find the First Sergeant's weakness. He was not yet ready for the match when the First Sergeant launched a surprise attack from a very short distance. Reacting immediately, Sifu Lo initially defended himself, then used agile steps to check the First Sergeant's offensive and rhythm. After determining that the First Sergeant did not employ combined attack and guard, he sealed him with Kwan Sau and varied the action by Chi Sau. Finally, he turned aside to pull him apart and headed forward. Losing his center of gravity because he used both his hands and legs, Sifu Lo immediately pulled the First Sergeant back. The opponents locked eyes. They already had an understanding of the result. The First Sergeant stood erect, clapped Sifu Lo on the shoulder and said: "Good...good! It's nice! People around were amazed at the effectiveness of Wing Chun and shouted "Cool!"Leaving the army, Sifu Lo became an assistant in the In 1994, Sifu Lo moved to the This rare opportunity made it possible for Sifu Lo attain unique skill in Wing Chun. As Sifu Lo excelled in the military arts, particularly in languages, in 2000 he was hired by Applied Materials Taiwan Company with responsibility for security and risk management. Subsequently, Sifu Lo played an important security role in other businesses. For example, he detected a number of stealing, educated and supervised the training of security service personnel, planned security for various events, implemented and integrated BCP (Business Continuity Plan), and supervised the security of guests. Although Sifu Lo busy with his work, Sifu Lo's enthusiasm for Wing Chun is contagious. He is the martial arts instructor at Applied Materials Taiwan, and has contributed towards strengthening the reputation of Wing Chun in Taiwan Today, just as his father before him, Sifu Lo teaches Wing Chun. He conducts on-going classes in the United States in the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. In addition, he is invited yearly to teach Wing Chun in Europe , where he demonstrates the power and effectiveness of Wing Chun to students and observers. In August of 2006, Sifu Lo successfully led his students in the Wong Tournament, one of the largest kung fu contests in eastern North America . His students contributed a number of champions, and Sifu Gorden, personally, received high praise from the seniors. He has modestly attributed his achievements to his father and his seniors in Wing Chun. His stated goal is to continue their efforts to enhance the status and recognition of Wing Chun Kung Fu around the globe.


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