Chinese Traditional Martial Art – Hung Kuen (Mak Che Kong)

About Chinese Traditional Martial Art – Hung Kuen

This Association was established by some masters, brothers and disciples of Hung Gar who wanted to promote the traditional Chinese martial arts. The head of the Association is Mr. Mak Che Kong, a former Hung Gar disciple and follower of the honorable great grandmaster Chan Chi Keung. Since 1977-1980 after receiving the approval of the Master, he becomes the instructor of the Children Martial Arts and Lion Dance Group. From 1980 to 1990 he becomes the instructor of the Hong Kong Girls Association where he taught martial arts and lion dance. At this time, he also worked as martial art scene advisor in many Cantonese opera play. He has more then ten years of experience in teaching youngsters to martial arts


  • First grade (red belt) Liu Family Form or Subdue the Tiger Form and Boddhidharma sword or Bigua sword (choose freely one set)
  • Second grade (brown belt) Tiger and Crane Form and Butterfly knifes or Plum flower spear or Liu Family stick (choose freely one set)
  • Third grade (black belt) Ten Form Box and Stamping Steps Form and one form from the first two grade or weapon form (choose freely two set)
  • After these sets the Eight Trigram Pole, and the Spring and Autumn Sword are also optional


rules, salutations, warm up exercises, basic movements, forms, sticky hand pair-work, practical use of movements, theory.

Time and Place

Shartin Central Park 18:00 to 21:00 on Wednesday
Tai Po Tai Wo Sports Centre squash court 11:00 to 13:00 on Saturday
Tai Wo Hau Sports Centre squash court 18:00 to 21:00 on Saturday
Tuen Mun Yau Oi Sports Centre Dancing Room 13:00 to 15:00 on Sunday
Tsim Sha Tsui Kowloon Park 18:00 to 21:00 on Sunday
Central Ferry Pier No.7 12:00 to 14:00 on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

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