Are you suitable to do business? From at QMDJ Prospective

Are you suitable to do business? From at QMDJ Prospective Are you suitable to do a business ? A lot of people in the market they are preaching that you can become an entrepreneur, you can become a businessman, you can make a lot of money, but mind you there’s always a certain group of people that are not…

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Qimen Dunjia for Business Coach.

A business coach actually asked me this question on how Qimen can help them in helping their client. So a business coach is somebody who is a person that helps in terms of decision making, streamline the process and even advising clients in what are the things that can be do and cannot do. But of course having big…

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WING CHUN LEGEND: THE SHAOLIN TEMPLE

Much of Wing Chun‘s ancient history is a legend, heavily embellished for political reasons, and thus cannot be proven. There are numerous versions of its history. Much of the documentation that might have existed was destroyed in the Shaolin temple fire or during the Cultural Revolution. As a result, ‘evidence’ is frequently constructed from hearsay and cannot always be…

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WING CHUN: THE “GIU SAU ERROR”

When the opponent uses any Attack Pyramid, there is an opportunity to defend using the Centerline. As previously stated, all the Wing Chun fighter needs to do is correctly position his own Defense Pyramid to gain the Inside Centerline position. This should be done automatically, taking the shortest and most cost-effective route to Inside Centerline. For example, if your…

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WING CHUN: USING THE CENTERLINE TO ATTACK AND DEFEND

After some practice with Centerline Theory defense and attack, the Wing Chun fighter can do both simultaneously and independently. It can be done with two hands at once, moving together. At the same time, each creates its Attack or Defense Pyramid, or with a single movement in a more advanced yet perplexingly simple application.  Complex Attack- When a fighter applies…

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THE MAJOR COMPONENTS OF CENTERLINE THEORY IN WING CHUN

Wing Chun is a highly logical and sensible Gung Fu system that was scientifically designed for and based on human body motions. Ng Mui and Yim Wing Chun built the ultra-effective and economic system of close-range combat practiced today based on geometry, physics, physiology, and philosophy. Complex concepts and principles govern how skilled fighter instinctively applies their techniques. But,…

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WING CHUN: THE REFERENCE CONCEPT

Although the concept of a Centerline is not unique to Wing Chun Gung Fu, it is visualized and applied in no other martial arts system in the same way. Aside from the Centerline, the Wing Chun man employs pyramidal, circular, angular, and linear structures to defeat opponents through scientific technique rather than brute strength or speed. Proper use of…

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WING CHUN: THE BENEFITS OF FACING

In Wing Chun, the term “Facing” (Ying Sai) refers to the frontal reference of one fighter to another. Another time, Ying Chiu refers to a fighter’s “Facing Posture” about another. When one fighter’s “Facing” is frontally referenced to the other’s side or back, “Facing Advantage” occurs. This advantageous position does not constitute victory in and of itself but rather…

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Is Wing Chun Easy to Learn?

Wing Chun is a form of martial arts that many people consider to be the most difficult to learn. It’s also one of the fastest-growing martial arts in the world, with more than 100 million practitioners worldwide. But if you’re thinking about learning Wing Chun, don’t let that discourage you—it’s not just easy to learn, it’s actually simple! The…

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