Siu Nim Tao (ه°ڈه؟µé < >xiاژo niàn tأ³u > Cantonese Yale Yale Cantonese < >sأu nihm tàuh > little idea or little imagination ) or Siu Lim Tao (ه°ڈç·´é < >xiاژo liàn tأ³u > Yale Cantonese < >sأu lihn tàuh > little practice ). The first, and most important form in Wing Chun, Siu Lim Tao, is the foundation or seed of the art from which all succeeding forms and techniques depend. cite web url http //www.wcarchive.com/articles/michel-boulet-simple-basics.htm The Simple Basics of a Complex Art author Michel Boulet publisher the Wing Chun Archive date accessdate -02-10 Fundamental rules of balance and body structure are developed here. Using a car analogy for some branches this would provide the chassis, cite web url http //wingchun.com.au/media/wing-chun-articles/wing-chun-kung-fu-articles-essays-theory/wing-chun-stance-article-guide-how-to-grandmaster-jim-fung Wing Chun Stance author Jim Fung publisher Wingchun.com.au date -02-23 accessdate -02-10 for others this is the engine. cite web url http //www.tstvingtsun.bc.ca/HiddenPowerOfSNT_r ix.html The Hidden Power of Siu Nim Tau author Tsui Sheung Tin publisher Tstvingtsun.bc.ca date accessdate -02-10 It serves basically as the alphabet for the syst . Some branches view the symmetrical stance as the fundamental fighting stance, while others see it as more a training stance used in developing technique.martialarts2 wayback url http //www.richhealthandwellness.com/martialarts2.html date 0203231318
The third form, Biu Jee, is composed of extr e short-range and extr e long-range techniques, low kicks and sweeps, and ergency techniques to counter-attack when structure and line have been seriously compromised, such as when the practitioner is seriously injured.City Wing Chun  – Training Notes wayback url http //www.cebridge.com.au/wongwebsite/kwoon/BiuJi.htm date 0415165829 As well as pivoting and stepping, developed in Chum Kiu, a third degree of freedom involving more upper body and stretching is developed for more power. Such mov ents include very close range elbow strikes and finger thrusts to the throat. For some branches this is the turbo-charger of the car. For others it can be seen as a pit stop kit that should never come in to play, recovering your engine when it has been lost. Still other branches view this form as imparting deadly killing and maiming techniques that should never be used if you can help it. A common wing chun saying is Biu Jee doesn't go out the door. Some interpret this to mean the form should be kept secret, others interpret it as meaning it should never be used if you can help it.
Muk Yan Jong (وœ¨ن؛؛و¨پ pinyin mùrénzhuؤپng Cantonese Yale Yale Cantonese muhk yàhn jأ²ng wooden dummy )
The Muk Yan Jong form is performed against a wooden dummy , a thick wooden post with three arms and a leg mounted on a slightly springy frame representing a stationary human opponent. Although representative of a human opponent, the dummy is not a physical representation of a human, but an energetic one. Wooden dummy practice aims to refine a practitioner's understanding of angles, positions, and footwork, and to develop full body power. It is here that the open hand forms are pieced together and understood as a whole.
Image Mu ren zhuang (Chinese martial arts training dummy) upright The Hong Kong wall mounted version of the Wooden Dummy
ايب مان كان اول من قام بتعليم فن وينغ تشون في هونغ كونغ في مدرسةتعليمية , طلابه وطلابهم لهم بصمة واضحة على فن وينج تشون اليوم . توفي ايب مان في عام 1972 , وهنالك قصة ان ايب مان قام بدفع المال إلى تشان وا شون حتى يقوم بتعلم منه .