Library

Wing Chun Kung Fu develops the trinity of the body, mind, and spirit. The Wing Chun Kung Fu Academy encourages students to supplement their in-class training through reading books, watching videos, and engaging peers in discussion. By discovering, understanding, and refining new ideas and concepts, students will be able to develop a better understanding and intuition of not only Wing Chun Kung Fu, but also aspects of themselves and their lives.

Books

[amazon_link id=”9881774225″ ]Wing Chun Warrior[/amazon_link] by Ken Ing

[amazon_link id=”0195014766″ ]Art of War[/amazon_link] by Sun Tzu (translated by Samuel B. Griffith and B. H. Liddell Hart)

[amazon_link id=”0804813574″ ]The Dao of Taijiquan[/amazon_link] by Tsung Hwa Jou

[amazon_link id=”0804831416″ ]Complete Wing Chun[/amazon_link] by Robert Chu, Rene Ritchie and Y. Wu

[amazon_link id=”1573922390″ ]How To Think Straight[/amazon_link] by Anthony Flew

[amazon_link id=”0060916095″ ]Think on These Things[/amazon_link] by¬†Jiddu Krishnamurti

Movies

[amazon_link id=”B003INBOEM” ]Ip Man [Blue Ray][/amazon_link] [amazon_link id=”B003INBOEC” ][DVD][/amazon_link] Directed by John Woo.

[amazon_link id=”B004I11VZA” ]Ip Man 2 – Legend of The Grandmaster [Blue Ray][/amazon_link] [amazon_link id=”B004I1AGTM” ][DVD][/amazon_link] Directed by Wilson Yip.

[amazon_link id=”B0030A6ID0″ ]Red Cliff – International Version [Blue Ray][/amazon_link] [amazon_link id=”B0030A6ICG” ][DVD][/amazon_link] Directed by John Woo.

[amazon_link id=”B002DYKPA6″ ]The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi [Blue Ray][/amazon_link] [amazon_link id=”B0002W4TOO” ][DVD][/amazon_link] Directed Takeshi Kitano.