Is a Shaolin kung fu style with centres in the UK, Belgium, France, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Australia and Malaysia. The name means "North-South Fist" and indicates its origin in
the central Chinese style called "Fat Gar Kuen". This style was brought to Malaysia by Cho-Si Seh Koh San, who became abbot of the Siong Lim Temple in Singapore, and died in 1960 at
the age of 74. One of his students was Quek Hen Choon, who is famous for his demonstrations of Ying Qigong. The style was brought to London in 1979 by one of his students and founder
of Nam Pai Chuan, Christopher Lai Khee Choong, and has since expanded to include many centres around the UK and other countries.