Samuel Kwok Martial Arts Association - Turkey Antalya - Advance Group Training
Warrior is an ordinary man who lives in permanent state of mindfulness.Murat Kaplan
Quit living on assumptions and you will become happier. Murat Kaplan
Suspicious mind conjures its own demons.Anonymous
Stop living on assumptions and be much happier and more peaceful.Murat Kaplan
Martial arts do not tolerate weakness in any kind. You should train hard to cultivate a strong heart, a strong mind and a powerful body.Anonymous
The more brute force a Wing-Chun practitioner uses, the more unrefined the art within.Murat Kaplan
Martial Arts are not for violence or correcting others; they are for peace and correcting your own mind and soul.Martial Arts Saying
If you give a damage to your partner during a combat training, it is not your skill; it is your great weakness.Anonymous
Learning the techniques without developing the skills will never bring any accomplishment.Wing Chun saying
Persistent attacks will surely gain you entry. Staying on the defensive too long will surely get you into trouble. Wing-Chun saying
Pass on the tradition. Preserve the Chinese art and rules of conduct.From `Wing-Chun Rules of Conduct`
Destroying the opponent`s center line will control his bridge. Wing Chun saying
To be able under all circumstances to practice five things constitutes perfect virtue; these five things are gravity, generosity of soul, sincerity, earnestness and kindness.Confucius
Develop a good foundation for advanced techniques." From `Wing-Chun Kuen Kuit`



Bu Gee - Thrusting Fingers

This form has a nickname “Gow-Gup-Sao” which means “Emergency Hands”. This is appropriate because Biu-Gee techniques are used to recover from a loss of centerline control. Biu-Gee trains our hands to go back to the centerline, just as the compass points to North; hence another name for the form is “Standard Compass”.

This form is also the scrutiny and understanding of the source of each Wing-Chun technique. After mastering Biu-Gee, the student should have sufficient knowledge to express Wing-Chun at a more personal level. The introduction of advanced principles and techniques are found in Biu-Gee which underlines the importance of this form. The nature of this form is to train the hands to return to centerline as soon as possible as this is the strength and pillar of the Wing-Chun system’s theory.

As important as this form is, students should not rely on the use of the Biu-Gee techniques or energy as it should be used only when thing have gone badly such as when the centerline, structure and/or balance have been lost. Elbow techniques are introduced in this form and should only be used in an emergency situation when one’s hand/arm structure has been collapsed or jammed. Train diligently to avoid the use of Biu-Gee techniques in a real self- defense situation and feel safe and reassured that you have them in your pocket if you ever need them.

Biu-Gee extends the range even further to concentrate on the fingertips for the use both a weapon and as a physical deterrent, to prevent an opponent stepping in and closing the distance utilizing Hao-Chong-Ma stepping pattern.

This form consists of techniques to counterattack when you are in a disadvantageous situation, when your structure and balance have been compromised. The concepts and principles of the form are used to regain control of the centerline and to recover under otherwise dangerous situations (Gow-Gup-Sao 'First Aid Hand' or ‘emergency techniques’) when the centerline is lost due to a mistake on the part of the practitioner or as the result of high level skill of the opponent.

Downward elbow strike – Kup Jarn – is heavily emphasized in the Biu-Gee form, and the Gow-Gup-Sao (emergency techniques), as well as the deadly Biu-Sao - targeting for the eyes, throat, and the 108 vital spots on the human body.

Biu-Gee was secretly guarded from the martial arts public for many generations. Today, this form is openly taught to advanced practitioners in many Wing-Chun schools around the world. Biu-Gee is the third and last empty hand form of Wing-Chun-Kuen system; Biu-Gee means “Thrusting/Darting Fingers.” With the implementation of the support movements found in the 1st and 2nd forms, the practitioner is trained to utilize a unique force through the application of technique, creating a very devastating power generate from hips, foot work, wrist, and elbow that can rupture blood vessels, damage internal organs, and disrupt the central nervous system.