"Self-defence is only an illusion, dark cloak beneath which lurks a razor-sharp dagger waiting to be plunged into the first unwary victim."
"Who ever declares that any weapon manufactured today, whether it be a nuclear missel or a .38 special, is created for self-defence should look a little more closely at his own image in the mirror. Either he is a liar or is deceiving himself."
"Ving Tsun Kung Fu is a very sophisticated weapon-nothing else. It is a science of combat, the intent of which is the total incapacitation of an opponent. It is straightforward, efficient and deadly. If you’re looking to learn self-defence, don’t study Ving Tsun. It would be better for you to master the art of invisibility."
- Wong Shun Leung -
Rather peculiar words, you might say, coming from an individual who’d spent over 40 years of his life teaching kung fu; yet somehow there’s a rather uncanny philosophical depth to the man who actually instructed Bruce Lee in Ving Tsun and inspired William Cheung to enter Yip Man’s school at the age of 13. Wong Shun Leung, an senior phenomenon in Ving Tsun, earned his rank and title where it really counts-in the streets.
Wong was far from being a pacifist. With a series of jagged scars along his knuckles an a piercing glare in his eyes, he gave the distinct impression that he already witnessed a fair share of human folly and its consequences.
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