|Baat Cham Dao
||Eight chopping knives the most
advanced part of Ving Tsun. Two heavy knives used together.
||Darting fingers the third unarmed
||Wing arm one of the three most
||Sticking hands an exercise to train
feelings of your hands against your opponent's force/pressure and direction, closest to
||Seeking the bridge the second
||Single sticking hands the first
exercises towards Chi Sau.
|Double Dan Chi
||The second exercise towards Chi Sau.
||Lying hand one of the three most
||Splitting hand a low block.
||Sinking hand similar to Fook Sau,
||Either power and strength of a martial
artist or skilled work/ dedication.
||Bong Sau with Tan Sau.
||A latching technique and a series of
exercises relating to it.
||Literally "free hand". We use it
to mean continuous forward force, from "Lat Sau Jek Cheung", free hand thrusts
|Luk Dim Boon Kwun
||Eight and a half point pole the
second last form, using a long pole.
|Muk Yan Chong
||Your teachers teacher.
|Siu Lim Tao
||Little idea the first Ving Tsun
||Palm up block one of the three most
||Everlasting Springtime female name.