Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit
Fourth Generation Successor of the Venerable Jiang Nan of the Southern Shaolin Monastery
Grandmaster of Shaolin Wahnam Chi Kung, Taijiquan and Kungfu
"Qigong Master of the Year" award winner at the 2nd World Qigong Congress in San Francisco 1997
"Chi Kung serves an urgent public need, particularly in overcoming illness and enhancing the quality of life."
— Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit
Sifu Wong, born in 1944, started his life-long training in the Shaolin arts in 1954. He has taught kungfu and Chi Kung for more than twenty five years, to more than twenty organizations. Since 1987 Sifu Wong has spent more time on teaching Chi Kung because according to him, Chi Kung serves an urgent public need, particularly in overcoming degenerative and psychiatric illness.
Sifu Wong is one of the few masters, who have generously introduced the once secretive Shaolin Chi Kung to the public, and has helped literally hundreds of people to be relieved of their diseases like hypertension, asthma, rheumatism, arthritis, diabetics, migraine, gastritis, gall stones, kidney failure, depression, anxiety and even cancer. Now he has devoted more time on writing and teaching overseas, having successfully taught in Europe, Asia, the United States, Canada, South America and Australia. He stresses the Shaolin philosophy of sharing goodness with all humanity, and is dedicated to spreading the wonders and benefits of the Shaolin arts to more people irrespective of race, culture and religion.
Sifu Wong will be teaching both Shaolin Kungfu and Chi Kung courses from September 19th-27th. Courses will take place at Guangzhou Twin Dragon Gardens, one of the most beautiful gardens in China. You can choose both courses or pick one. To ensure the teaching quality, we provide only 40 spots for each course. (First come - first serve)
A Shaolin Ultimate: Chin-Na Course
Grandmaster Wong performing "Shaolin Black Tiger Bars Door" from the 72 Chin-Na Techniques
Shaolin Ultimate: Chin-Na Course
From September 19th to 24th*
* note that the first and the last day are reserved for arrival and departure
Chin-na is one of the three ultimates of Shaolin Kungfu, the other two being dim-mark and nei-kung.
The course participants will learn how to apply chin-na at the physical, energy and mind levels.
They will learn how to erase the damage done.
Course participants can choose any 3 of the 72 chin-na sequences by clicking here.
Course participants will learn to apply the 3 chin-na sequences they have chosen on any opponents. Our participants will be so skillful that there is little or no chance for any opponents to escape.
If the opponents are extremely skillful, they may initially escape the chin-na attacks of our participants, and response with any of the four categories of striking, kicking, felling and the opponents' own chin-na. Our participants will learn how to neutralize these responses, and continue with their chosen chin-na sequences.
Grandmaster Wong performing the "Shaolin 72 Chin-Na Techniques"
A Rare Occasion to learn Special Chi Kung for VIPs
Grandmaster Wong performs the wonderous Lifting the Sky.
Special Chi Kung Course for VIPs
From September 23rd to 27th
* note that the first and the last day are reserved for arrival and departure
Entering into a chi kung state of mind
Tapping energy from the Cosmos
Attaining mental clarity
Developing internal force
Applying chi kung for peak performance in daily life
To have a basic understanding of the meaning and scope of chi kung.
To acquire within a comparatively short time the best available chi kung skills and techniques which a student can competently practise on his/her own after the intensive course, for health, vitality, mental freshness and inner peace.
To have a basic understanding of chi kung.
To learn and be able to practise competently some useful chi kung exercises for health, vitality and longevity.
To acquire the skills of attaining a one-pointed mind and of tapping cosmic energy.
To have an experience of energy flow.
Expected Results (during the course itself)
Feel relaxed and fresh.
Experience some chi effects, like warmth over the body, tingling sensations at the fingers or other parts of the body, and ants crawling over his skin.
If a student has some internal injury, which he (or she) may not be aware, he may feel slight pain at the site of the injury. If he does not feel this slight pain at the end of the intensive course, he is likely to feel it later as he continues his practice. This is a sign that his chi kung practice is curing his injury, such as clearing internal energy blockage.
Feel confident that if he (or she) continues his practice at home, chi kung will overcome his degenerative or chronic illness if he has any, or to promote good health and vitality if he is not troubled by any illness.
Experience an increase of energy level.
Usually be amazed at what an intensive course with a master can bring to him (or her).
Unity of form, energy and mind.
Shaolin dynamic chi kung patterns.
Self-manifested chi movement.
Black Olive Festival
Tourists and farmers are picking olives
The tallest waterfall in Asia
He Xiangu Pagoda
Donated by the retired Japanese soldiers from WWII and named after He Xiangu
Black Olive Tree
A farmer hitting the branch with a bamboo stick
Twin Dragon Gardens
Whether you're a first time visitor to China, or a seasonal expat, this will be a "dream comes true" journey. For most of the trip, we will be traveling in Zengcheng, a Guangzhou district located at the suburb.
The reasons we choose Zengcheng are:
Great air quality free from industrial pollution
Less populated, quiet, and peaceful town
Great cultural heritage
Organic Food and great cuisine
No Traffic and easy transportation (40 mins away from Downtown Guangzhou)
Abundant natural resources: Twin Dragon Gardens, Baishuizai Waterfall, hot spring, hotels etc.
Check out more highlights of this trip:
The biggest highlight of this trip is that you will be practicing Kungfu and Chi-Kung with Sifu Wong at Twin Dragon Gardens, one of the most beautiful gardens in China.
Twin Dragon has a total area of 163 acres, and consists of two theme gardens, East Village and West Village. Located at the heart of Erlongshan subtropical rainforest, Twin Dragon Resort is blessed with exceptional natural resources and marvelous landscapes, such as Canarium pimela (Chinese Black Olive), Cyathea, flower terranced field and waterfall.
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Chinese Black Olive Festival
The annual Chinese Black Olive Festival is going to be celebrated at Twin Dragon Gardens! Join the local farmers and tourists, participate in different kinds of games and activities, learn how to cook with Chinese Black Olive, and see how artists transform olive seeds into beautiful sculptures.
Canarium pimela 乌榄 (Black Olives) is an endangered species of the olive family, and it's an important ingredient for some Cantonese cuisine for hundreds of years. It's going to be a great opportunity to learn this interesting Chinese culture that won't teach on textbook.
Zengcheng is the home to many things, such as:
Lychee, The Queen of Fruit
He Xiangu, one of the Eight Immortals in the Taoist pantheon
Twin Dragon Gardens
Baishuizhai, the tallest waterfall in Asia
A mix of Hakka and Cantonese culture
Of course, there're more waiting for you to discover!
We have put a lot of thoughts into planning this trip.
There will be many fun and interesting group activities for you to participate! It will be a great opportunities to make new friends, meet the local people, learn the culture, eat amazing food, and most importantly, practice with Sifu Wong. Let's have a great time in Zengcheng, shall we?
Anton Schmick, MD
Anton is passionate about Shaolin Arts and has traveled the world learning and practicing them. His interest in mind and body health made him study Western and Chinese medicine. During his studies he has spent time in China and he appreciates Chinese hospitality and culture. And he wants to share this experience with you. Currently he is working as a medical doctor in Zurich, Switzerland.
Tony (Xizhi) Lai
Tony loves to give people a great travel experience in Zengcheng. After he received his undergraduate degree in Finance and Supply Chain Management from Syracuse University, USA, he returned to his hometown, Zengcheng. He is currently the Director of Marketing Dept. at Twin Dragon Gardens.
How we met.
In 2006, Anton Schmick met Tony Lai in Zengcheng during an exchange program between the city of Guangzhou and Frankfurt.
Due to this incredible opportunity Anton was able to discover the Chinese culture through the Chinese people, and vice versa for Tony. Since then, their long lasting friendship has had profound impact on their lives.
As organizers, we are passionate about making this trip an amazing experience! We will be here for you when you're in need of anything!
Anton with Tony and family in Guangzhou 2006.
We have designed three bundles for you to choose from. The bundles include bus, food, housing, group activities, and a great experience!
Bundles and Sign-up
Full Course and Individuals
We highly recommand you to choose Sifu Wong's full course with both Kungfu and Chi-kung. You will be able to enjoy all 9 days of fun and friendship making with Anton and Tony, as well as other sightseeing opportunities. However, you can also choose only one of the course. Keep in mind that you might miss some fun activities.
Sifu Wong's courses
Bus rental fees
Traditional Country House
Daily three course meals
Materials and Services
Full Course Bundle
From September 19-27th (8 days)
Shaolin Chin-Na and Special Chi Kung Courses
Shaolin Chin-Na Course Bundle
From September 19-24th (4.5 days)
Special Chi Kung Course Bundle
From September 23-27th (4.5 days)
Before you sign up:
To ensure an effective teaching for Sifu Wong and fun experience for everyone, we are taking no more than 40 students. ("first come, first serve" - rule applies here)
To reserve your spot and help us to make the planning better, we will need 30% deposit of the bundle you choose in advanced.
You will have to book your own airline tickets, but we will create a facebook group message later so that we could arrive at the airport at the same date. We will send a bus to pick everyone up at the airport.
If you can't arrive on the same date as other students, you can always take a Uber.
We will continue update this website, adding more FAQ and Tips about obtaining a Chinese Visa, currency, lifestyle, and other questions.
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