Sum Num's System
- Sup Yee Sik?(Twelve Seperate Forms)
- Siu Lien Tao (Little First Training)
- Chum Kiu (Sinking Bridge)
- Biu Jee (Darting Fingers)
- Muk Yan Jong (Wooden Dummy)
- Hong Jong (Air Dummy)
- Sun Hei Gwai Yuen? (Kidney Breath Returns to Source)
- Luk Dim Boon Kwun? (Six-and-a-Half-Point Pole)
- Siu Chum (Cancel)
- Cheung (Spear)
- Bien (Whip)
- Leung Yee (Two Motion)
- Dik Sui (Drippin Water)
- Huen Dim (Circle Point)
- Lan (Bar)
- Yee Jee Kim Yeung Dit Ming Dao? (Parallel Shaped Yang Clamping Life-Taking Knives).
Sum Num Wing Chun Kuen (Cen Neng Yongchunquan) was founded by Sum Num in the city of Guangzhou and is sometimes referred to as Guangzhou Wing Chun Kuen (Guangzhou Yongchunquan). Sum Num learned first from Cheung Bo, who later introduced him to continue under Yuen Kay Shan. He brought the system to Guangzhou in the 1940s. In 1956, he named his art Yuen Kay Shan Wing Chun Kuen (Ruan Qishan Yongchunquan), in honor of his teacher. In 1999, the system became known as Sum Num Wing Chun Kuen.
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- Lee Chi Yiu Curriculum
- Sum Jee Curriculum?
- Leung Dai Chiu Curriculum?
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- Tom Wong Curriculum?
- Kwok Jen Fen Curriculum
- Oral and written tradition Sum Num
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