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Hong Kong Kung Fu Inheritor

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Hong Kong Kung Fu Inheritor

Postby Master Chow » 22 Jul 2016, 11:24

Hi Everybody,

I am a Hong Kong Local Kung Fu inheritor. My family kept all of the things on our Hhkka ancestors Kung Fu which dates back 2000 years ago. Below is my video that I want to share with you. Our Local Traditional Kung Fu.
Please share it if you like it and it is a big support to our local Kung Fu.
Keep it to the next generation.
Thank you so much.
Bamboo Forest Temple Praying Mantis, A kind of Southern Praying Mantis Kung Fu.


And here is my web-site:
http://www.kungfuclasshongkong.com/eng

Also I taught Tai Chi and there has over 3000 local and international students passed through my school.

My Tai Chi Web site:
http://www.taichielite.com/eng

Good Health, Good Life, Good Kung Fu
Master Chow Chin Ching
Master Chow
Ink Still Wet in Passport (shífēn xīnshǒu)
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