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Q: where to practice wing chun?

I would love to find someone to train with me in Shanghai.I am not looking for schools but for someone who wants to supplement their training by going to a park and chi sao’ing/sparring/anything you want.  My philosophy is that I want to test my skills against someone, and as a result they will too, it is a mutually beneficial enterprise so that we can both learn and improve. I have been training in martial arts since I was 12.  Thanks for your answers

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If you haven't already, try the Shanghai expat websites ( I assume there'd be at least one still operating) and Wechat groups. They would probably have more Shanghai ren checking in than ECC does.

 

Good luck.

icnif77:

Never mind Stiggs ... surprise

He has been out of the real tatami practice since .. the invention of Internet. indecision

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i actually did 3 years of judo, and 8 of karate besides training also in western boxing. So yeah Icnif77, i have been on a tatami

looks like you are a bleck belt in keyboard-do, aren't you?????

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No, I just like to show off online as anon poster ... surprise

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If you haven't already, try the Shanghai expat websites ( I assume there'd be at least one still operating) and Wechat groups. They would probably have more Shanghai ren checking in than ECC does.

 

Good luck.

icnif77:

Never mind Stiggs ... surprise

He has been out of the real tatami practice since .. the invention of Internet. indecision

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i actually did 3 years of judo, and 8 of karate besides training also in western boxing. So yeah Icnif77, i have been on a tatami

looks like you are a bleck belt in keyboard-do, aren't you?????

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No, I just like to show off online as anon poster ... surprise

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You should be practising walking backwards ... until I'll be back to ... Shang ... 

 

Walkin' backwards as strange as it looks, will increase your feet balance before I'll nage-waza-you.

 

That's in Japs .., i.e. Judo move when you lift opponent's grounded foot and pull his/her opposite arm toward the ground.

 

Soon after I nage-waza somebody, you can hear loud 'THUUMP' 'cause opponent's body had fallen to the ground and you are in the same position as at the AM's wake-up. 

 

Good morning!

You have never been to Okinawa .... I know ..

Chris1776120:

the most amazing part is that you are able to talk like that by being completely sober...wow...

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Yeah, I was born like that ... it's really my parents fault ... 

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Everybody Wang Chun tonight!  :p

 

seriously,,, i might know much about ur fancy hai karate, japanese judo junk,,, but I challenge u to push-ups right here and now!  c'mon Man!  That's no malarkey!  Lucky I don't take u behind the gym and get ol' Corn-pop on u!

icnif77:

Was practising push-ups on first two knuckles at my young age. 

 

Open palm push-ups are for the ladies ... ,

i.e. 'Opanpamu udetalefuse wa josei-yodesu ..' in Traditional Okinawan ...

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... butT ... I m sure you weren't aware of this ...KFC on Chino-streets ;

 

KFC Launches Autonomous 5G Food Trucks In China 

 

... finger-licking good chicken without human interaction. angel

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For the best wing chun in Shanghai, head down Blow Job Street to the end, turn left at the dilapidated public toilet and there is a quaint little mom and pop dapaidang that marinates them and bbqs them to perfection..

icnif77:

Right, you can get KFC (Kentucky Fried Frog) out of the machine on the street ... in Shag .. I mean, Shang ...

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free lesson to try

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