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05.02.2017 18:38 - Бернард Куан; Кратка история на двубоите Лей-Тай в Хонконг
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  A Brief History of Lei Tai Fighting in Hong Kong




An excerpt from my Kung Fu brother - Osmond Lam Kwok Fai"s book "Secret Leg Techniques of Wing Chun". A brief history of Lei Tai fighting in Hong Kong with with a Wing Chun slant. The English version of the book is slated to be published in the Fall to coincide with the release of Yip Man 3. Translated from the Chinese by yours truly.


In the 1950s and 60s, apart from personal duels, martial artists would also go overseas to measure themselves against other martial artists and accumulate experience.


On the 22nd January in 1957, the Chinese National Boxing Association organised the first "Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau Guoshu Competition" at Sanjun Stadium in Taipei. From the Hong Kong and Macau side, the team leader Chan Duk Siu led ten elite martial artists to take part, and each person paid 300 dollars in travel costs. The team consisted of Wing Chun "King of Sparring" Wong Shun Leung, Wu Style lineage holder Chen Tin Hong, Northern Shaolin [ ] Gap Soo, Dao Style Yuen Cheung, Rougong Style Liu Tze Keung, Tai Chi"s Woo Shing, White Crane"s Chan Tze Yuen, Choy Li Fatt"s Chan Wu Leung and Lai Hung, Mantis Tseng Jun Hwa, and others. The consultanting team included a collection of great masters such as Grandmaster Yip Man, Rougong Style"s Ha Kwok Cheung, Shaolin Hapgar"s Wu Yeen Ming, Buddha Style"s Chan Ging Wun, Hung Kuen"s Mok Yee, Choy Li Fat"s Lee Chou, and the "Three Fu"s of White Crane" - Kwong Boon Fu, Luk Chee Fu and Chen Hak Fu. The winners and results of this "Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau Guoshu Competition" were closely watched by the public. But the most attention was focused upon the regulations of the competition. One these regulations were successfully implemented, they
































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would be the rules relied upon by future Guoshu competitions and would allow these competitions to be held more frequently and would help in the promotion of Guoshu.


After the competition was over, the participants and old masters from Hong Kong and Macau felt that there were many areas that could be improved upon, one of which was the method of scoring. The regulations had one rule which stipulated : "If a competitor is able to knock down or throw down his opponent to the floor (if the elbow does not touch the ground it is not counted as a knockdown) he receives 3 points"; another rule stipulated "In a single match of three minutes (and according to rumour was later reduced to two minutes) the one who strikes harder and strikes the opponent more times is awarded two points". That meant that no matter how many times a competitor struck the opponent in a round, the points would never be as many as if he threw the opponent once. For those who were unfamiliar with jiujitsu or shuai jiao, it was an


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