The genuine correct shape and position of the Bong Sao as Yip Man's disciple. ( not any others )
2 Kung fu brothers - VK - ˇ§King of Chi Saoˇ¨ & WSL - ˇ§King of Talking Handsˇ¨.
It is a god's gift to him. Got many admirers. One can copy but can not learn that from him, like Mike Tyson.
Yip Man's two sonˇ¦s once said:
ˇ§Our father told us Kan Wah Chitˇ¦s Kung Fu is the bestˇ¨
G.G.M. Victor Kan with his 2 junior Kung Fu brothers (Si Dai) 1992
Ip Chun Ip Ching
A TRUE VING TSUN Great Grandmaster (Forever Young) VICTOR Kan Wah Chit
Age 66, 2007 China
The classic moves of the butterfly knives
Sifu of Sifus
Sifu S. Scali, Sifu R Bruggerman (Belgium).
They have learnt then taught WT, WC, VT from different famous masters in the past 18 years. Sifu Scali went to HK a month for a deep reach in 2001.
The next year they took the instructor course with G.G.M V.Kan and joined VKCVT system so they will be able to reach the purest and highest standard of VT.
- They have tried the rest, now they join the best.
Spenser was kicked and knocked down by Derek in a training fight under GM Kan in 1981.
* Derek left VKVT because he wanted to create his own style and be a founder.
* Spenser lost face completely after being defeated in front of other students and left VKCVT
VKCVT Trained for REAL FREE FIGHTING SITUATION 35 years ago
A reunion of Great Grandmaster Victor Kan and his kung fu brothers at the Ving Tsun Athletic Association in Hong Kong in the mid 1980's. G.G.M. Kan's Si-Juk (kung fu nephew) Sifu Leung Ting also joined in for their happy reunion. Left to right: Ho Kam Ming, Wong Shun Leung, Yip Chun, Lok Yil, VICTOR KAN, Chu Shong Tin
Victor Kan with William Cheung, Hong Kong, 1971
Great Grandmaster Victor Kan sparring with his kung fu brother William Cheung in Hong Kong in 1971
G.G.M. Kan teaching Chi Sao in one of his classes.
Victor Kan and Wong Shun Leung both enjoy the fame and true art of Ving Tsun after 20 years of development in Hong Kong. Spring 1974 Hong Kong.
A happy reunion with the old students of YIP MAN, some from the 50's and some from the 60's.Sitting, from left to right: Wong Shun Leung, Chu Shong Tin, Lok Yiu, Victor Kan, Lo Pin, Yip Ching. Standing: second from left: Chow Tze Chuen, in the white shirt: Lau Hon Lam. 1976, Hong Kong.
Sitting from left to right: second from left: Chu Shong Tin, then: Victor Kan, Ho Kam Ming, Yip Chun. Head of the table, right: Wong Shun Leung, then: Yip Ching, Lok Yiu
Moy Yat invited his Si Hing (senior kung fu brother) Great Grandmaster Victor Kan to his school in New York for a lecture in 1981.
G.G.M. Victor Kan with both his Si-Dei (junior kung fu brothers) Ip Ching and Ip Chun when they came to visit him in London in 1992.
Augustine Fong invited his Si Sok (kung fu uncle) Great Grandmaster Victor Kan to his school in Arizona, U.S.A. for a seminar in 1991.
Wong Shun Leung visited Victor Kan in London in the mid 80's.
Wong came to visit me in London in the mid 80's and by the end of the 80's, Wong came to Europe once a year to give seminars up until the year before his death in January 1997.
Jacky Chan visited Great Grandmaster Victor Kan in London in 1976 during a promotion visit to Europe for his films
Dan Inosanto payed a visit to his Si Sok (kung fu uncle) Great Grandmaster Victor Kan in London in the mid 1980's.