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Recent Publications 2000’s:
click me Sifu Kwong Man Fong (5th Generation) - Pak Mei Kung Fu's 3 Fundamental Fighting Shapes
By: Williy Pang - Kung Fu Tai Chi (June 2004) - p.p: 56 - 60
Submitted By: Nishan - Chow Gar Tong Long, London
A very interesting article on the theory and usage of 3 fighting shapes of Pak Mei Kung Fu (Round, Thin and Flat). Those of us that are aware of the "10 Important points of Pak Mei - will recognise this in the first line of the poem, where it mentions 3 shapes, 4 doors, 6 powers, etc, etc!"
Definitely well worth the read for all aspiring and practicing Pak Mei practitioners!Well done Nishan for submitting this article for the perusal of the world wide Pak Mei community.
English Articles:
click me Sifu Tang Cho Tak (6th Generation) - The Legendary Master Tang
By: Sifu Paul Whitrod - Martial Arts Plus - p.p: 22 - 23
One of Sifu Tang's once in a blue moon interviews to Sifu Paul Whitrod (Chow Gar Mantis) to shed some light on the Pak Mei art in London.
Nice one Paul.... Nicely written!
Foreign Articles:
click me Pak Mei Kung Fu in Spain
By: David Oliver
Un tesoro escondido en el boxeo chino
click me Sifu Cheung Koon Shing - Pak Mei Kung Fu in Spain
By: German Flores - El Budoka - p.p: 4 - 9
Submitted By: Juan Morales - Pak Mei Kung Fu, Malaga, Spain
An interesting looking articles about Pak Mei Kung Fu being taught, developed and promoted in Malaga, Spain.
Unfortunately the article is written in Spanish, but nevertheless a worthy article to have in the archive.
Well done Juan for submitting this article for the perusal of the world wide Pak Mei community.
click me Sifu Jose Galvez - Pak Mei Pai KungFu En el Curazon del estilo
By: Unknown Author - El Budoka - p.p: 46 - 47
Submitted By: Roelof Y La Lau - Pak Mei Kung Fu, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Another interesting looking article about Pak Mei Kung Fu being taught, developed and promoted in Malaga, Spain.
Unfortunately the article is written in Spanish, but nevertheless a worthy article to have in the archive.
Well done Roelof for submitting this article and to Jose who supplied the material for this article in El Budoka for the perusal of the world wide Pak Mei community.
Sino-Anglo Articles:
click me Close combat techniques of Bai Mei Quan
By: Zheng Weiru - Chinese Traditional Kung Fu - p.p: 27 - 30
Very interesting article showing some of the more common Pak mei techniques from Jik Bo Kuen (Straight Step Punch) as well as some other techniques from various other forms. The techniques are written in Chinese characters, Pin Yin (Mandarin) and English language.
Early Years 70’s / 80’s / 90’s:
click me Sifu Chan Chik Sheung (5th Generation) - A Leader of Pak Mei Kung Fu
By: Wing Yang - Real Kung Fu - p.p: 11 - 14
A brief article on one of the old guard Sifu's of Pak Mei Kung Fu. Interesting information on some of the traditional Pak Mei body conditioning equipment. I don't know very much about this particular Sifu, but it would be great to hear from anyone who knew of Sifu Chan personally and whom, where he taught in Hong Kong.
click me Sifu Cheng Chun Ki (6th Generation) - Pak Mei Double Crutches
By Martin - Real Kung Fu - p.p: 7 - 13
A very rare article on the closely and jealously guarded Cern Gwai (Double Crutches - Tonfa's) form within the Pak Mei system. Oddly enough I have noticed a typo mistake in a couple of photo's showing Sifu Cheng with "Si Bak Gung Cheung Bing Lum" where actually it should say "Cheung Bing Faat".
click me Sifu Chan Kwok Wah of the Pak Mei Style
By: Aaron Lee - Real Kung Fu - p.p: 10 - 14
Submitted By: Christian Himpe - Pak Mei Kung Fu, Germany
A very rare and interesting article on the first form "Jit Bo Kuen - Straight Step Punch" within the Pak Mei system.
This article is well worth reading for all serious Pak Mei practitioners!
Well done Christian for submitting this article for the perusal of the world wide Pak Mei community.
click me Sifu Yen Chien Kuang on the WhiteBrow Style
By: Ah Lun - Secrets of Kung Fu - Vol 20
Submitted By: Christian Himpe - Pak Mei Kung Fu, Germany
A very rare article on the Pak Mei system with some interesting insights on some of the principles behind Pak Mei Kung Fu and a very rare paragraph mentioning about the "closed door" sets Mang Fu Chut Lum Kuen (Fierce Tiger Leaves the Forest Fist) and Ng Morr Kiu Kuen (Five Elements Rubbing Bridges Fist).
Well done Christian for submitting this article for the perusal of the world wide Pak Mei community.
click me Sifu Lai Hung (5th Generation) - WHITE EYEBROW - The deadly art you can't learn
By: Author - Jane Hallander - Inside Kung Fu - p.p: 48 - 107
Submitted By: Matt Gage - Pak Mei Kung Fu, England
An interesting article on Pak Mei by Sifu Lai Hung who is based in USA. The article gives a brief account on the history and some of its principle behind its fighting strategy.
Thank you Matt for submitting this article for everyone to peruse!
click me Sifu Kwong Man Fong (5th Generation) - Pak Mei's Gift to the World
By: Author - Henry Zucker and Kwok Kwong - Inside Kung Fu (1993) - p.p: 94 - 97
Submitted By: Matt Gage - Pak Mei Kung Fu, England
An interesting article on Pak Mei by Sifu Kwong Man Fong who is based in New York city, USA. The article gives a brief account on the history and some of its principle behind its fighting strategy.
Thank you Matt for submitting this article for everyone to peruse!

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