Chengdu Stewardesses Learn Wing Chun Kung Fu for Anti-Terrorism

June 20, 2014
Editor: Yang Yang
Chengdu Stewardesses Learn Wing Chun Kung Fu for Anti-Terrorism
Stewardesses in Chengdu, capital city of southwest China's Sichuan Province, learn Wing Chun Kung Fu for anti-terrorism. []

With the increasingly severe situation concerning international anti-terrorism, Sichuan Southwest Vocational College of Civil Aviation on June 16, 2014 invited master, a successor of Wing Chun Kung Fu to help civil aviation students improve their anti-terrorism abilities and become more professional.

Tu Tengyao, 33, is the successor of Wing Chun Kung Fu. He has worked on the research of Wing Chun since 2001. In 2013, he founded the "Wing Chun Tu Tengyao Academic Association" and occupied the position of head coach.

Wing Chun, literally means 'forever springtime' or 'praising spring', and is a concept-based Chinese martial art and form of self-defense utilizing both striking and grappling while specializing close-range combat.

(Source: / Translated and edited by Women of China)

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