FIRST SHAOLIN WAHNAM STANDARDIZED TEST
1983, SUNGAI PETANI

Shaolin Kungfu

Tong Kok San and Yim Chee Kong in Four-Gate Sparring


The first Shaolin Wahnam Standardized Test was held in 1983(?) at the Shaolin Wahnam Association in Sungai Petani, Malaysia, one year after the formation of the association. The test consisted of four parts, covering the four aspects of Shaolin Kungfu, namely form, force, application and philosophy.

Grandmaster Wong invited three masters to be external examiners. They were Sifu Choe Hoong Choy (Grandmaster Wong's Wing Choon teacher), Sifu Wong Choy Wah (Grandmaster Wong's siheng in Uncle Righteousness lineage, and the Grandmaster of Chin Wah Hoong Ka Kungfu Academy) and an old friend of Uncle Righteousness known just as Uncle Cheong (who was different from another Uncle Cheong from Wing Choon Kungfu).


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Shaolin Wahnam Standardized Test One-Finger Shooting Zen

Shaolin Wahnam Standardized Test Thirty Six Specific Techniques
Shaolin Wahnam Standardized Test Corss-Roads at Four-Gates
Shaolin Wahnam Standardized Test Chee Kong Extinguishing a Candle Flame
Shaolin Wahnam Standardized Test Morgan extinguishing a candle flame
Shaolin Wahnam Standardized Test Breaking Sugar Canes
Shaolin Wahnam Standardized Test Chee Kong and Kok San in Four Gates Sparring Set
Shaolin Wahnam Standardized Test Mogan and Kok San in Four Gates Sparring Set


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First Shaolin Wahnam Standardized Test 1983 from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.

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