Hung Kuen (cant.), also known as Hung Gar, Hong Quan, Wuxing Hongquan, Ng Ying Hung Kuen, Hong Men, Hung Mun, etc,. is the most representative boxing method from the Lingnan area. Its variations are far and wide but the legends of the founder Hong Xi Guan (Hung Hei Gun) and the number of well known historical Masters Huang Qiying (Wong Keiying) one of the 10 Tigers from Canton and Huang Feihong (Wong Feihong) celebrated through his good deeds and idolized in films.
Commonly Hong Quan (Hung Kuen) is famous for its iron bridges, the Tiger and Crane (Hard/Soft Balance), the Iron Wire Tension power, the 5 Animals and much more. Around the world there are countless numbers of schools especially of the Wong Feihong, Lam Saiwing lineages. However in its homeland of Guandong there are many variations and Hung Kuen is sometimes a generic term for many different types of boxing systems in the South of China.
Herein you will learn about the Traditional Huadu, Zhanjiang and Foshan brances of Hong Quan, including its history, evolution, contents and variations.