Master Jack Wong, Chief Instructor

Master Jack Wong - Chief Instructor

Authentic certified

  • Tai Chi Praying Mantis 8th generation disciple
  • Hung Gar 7th generation disciple
  • Chen’s style Tai Chi 21st generation disciple
  • Champion in numerous martial arts and kick boxing tournaments
  • Students won numerous championships in martial arts and kick boxing tournaments






Chow Hong Hing – Grand Master of Hung Gar Style

Chow Hong Hing - Grand Master of Hung Gar Style
Hung Gar Forms






Chiu Chuk Kei – Grand Master of Tai Chi Mantis

Chiu Chuk Kei - Grand Master of Tai Chi MantisTai Chi Mantis Forms

Master Chiu was born in Loo Wan Village, Sha Ho Town, Yick County, Shun Tung Province.

Chiu’s family: His mother died when he was 5. His grandmother looked after him for 2 years and eventually returned him to his father. Unfortunately, his father was a fanatic opera fan, therefore, he hardly saw his father. Chiu was cared for mostly by a neighbouring lady who lived next door.

One hot day, Chiu was resting in front of a temple, an old monk saw him and realized this person could be a good martial artist. The old monk asked the old lady’s permission if he could take Chiu and teach him martial arts. Because Chiu’s father had died when Chiu was 12, the old lady agreed and gave the monk her address so Chiu could be returned to her. The monk took Chiu to the Chi Chong Temple on Dai Wah mountain, in Ping Do county, Shun Tung. Chiu learned from two other monks: “Clear Stream (Ching Chuen)” and “Wise East (Gok Dong)”. They taught him Shao Lin Long Fist, single moves, short distance fighting using hand method, changing method, control, fight back, attack, falls, chi gung, iron body, weapons, weight lifting, riding and archery.

Chiu spent 10 years at the mountain until his two Sifus passed away. Chiu returned home and found a job at Dough Sing Security, where he was a security guard protecting valuable shipments like jewelry. Dough Sing Security closed down after its owner died. Afterward, Chiu went to stay with his uncle who lived in Yin Tai. There, his uncle offered him a job in his trading company. Chiu did not accept the offer because he was not interested in becoming a businessman. He also didn’t think he had mastered all the martial arts techniques yet. Therefore, he and a few of his rich friends hired a famous martial artist, Yum Fung Suey, to teach them Preying Mantis style for 3 years. After the three years, they then followed Master Chi Sau Jun for another 4 years. Yum and Chi were the sixth generation of the Tai Chi Mantis. After 7 years of training, Chiu’s level had progressed immensely. Later, Chiu was hired by the Mow Ping county. In the Dai Yew village, he taught Kung Fu. A year later Chiu’s uncle invited him again to help him in his business. Chiu returned to Yin Tai and was stationed at Dai Lin working in the trading business. However, he resigned his post because at that time, the Japanese ruled Dai Lin. Chiu also started a martial arts training center in Yin Tai, hoping to train some students to help spread the Mantis style.

A friend of Chiu talked him into traveling South to teach martial arts so the Mantis style would be spread down to the southern parts of China. Chiu moved to Hong Kong for the first two years and later he moved to Macau and started a Kung Fu training centre. Chiu stayed there for 15 years until the Second World War was over. He then accepted an invitation from Vietnam to teach Kung Fu in both North and South Vietnam. Master Chiu spent a total of 15 years overseas and taught thousands of students. He then moved back to Hong Kong and taught the artistry of Kung Fu until he passed away at the age of ninety-one (1991).