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History
Also known as Five Families/Five Animals Kung Fu or Five Family Fist (五家拳).
Is a major traditional Southern Chinese Martial Art that traces its origins to the Shaolin Temples of China.
Ng Ga Kuen roughly translates to “Five Family Boxing/Fist”. As the name implies, it is distinctive in that it brings together techniques of five different family styles: Choy Gar, Li Gar, Mok Gar, Fut Gar and Hung Gar, taking the best of each style to create a very complete system. It also incorporates techniques and forms from the 5 legendary Shaolin animals, the Tiger, the Dragon, the Leopard, the Snake and the Crane.

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Style
Training begins with learning the basic stances, starting with the Horse stance. It was claimed by Ark Yuey Wong that, traditionally, a new student would pass a few months doing nothing more than standing in the Horse stance before a Master would bother with teaching him his first forms. Wong modified this teaching style, realizing it was not suited for the modern day and the modern student. Training still begins with basic stances, but they are introduced at a normal pace and strengthened throughout the student’s entire martial arts career.
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Videography

NG GA KUEN 5 Familias 5 Animales

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Ng Ga Kuen, Five Family Kung Fu Academy, Butterfy Form...

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Small Cross Ng Ga Kuen

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KUNG FU NG GA KUEN

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Back of the hand strikes found in Ng Ga Kuen...

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Ng Ga Kuen Traditional Weapons

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