The Ving Tsun Story
Sil Lim Tao
Luk Dim Poon Kwan
Pah Chum Do
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First in a series entitled "The Study of Ving Tsun using a Conceptual Framework."
Run time 13:37
Biu Chee - Thrusting Fingers
This form has a nick name "Gow Gup Sau" which means "Emergency Hands", this is appropriate
because Biu Chee techniques are used to recover from a loss of centerline control. Biu Chee
trains all of our hands to go back to the centerline, just like a compass; hence another name for the
form is "Standard Compass".
This form is also known as an analysis of human psychology and motion with the intent of producing
maximum output or force from the human body. It is also the scrutiny and understanding of
the "source" of each technique. After Biu Chee, the student should have sufficient knowledge to
express Ving Tsun at a more personal level. The introduction of advanced principles and techniques
are found in Biu Chee which underlines the importance of this form in the system. The
nature of Biu Chee is to train the hands to go back to the center as soon as possible. During the
preforming of the form you must keep in mind that whenever you go back to the centerline, you
need a lot of energy. There are many details to pay attention to while performing the form, as
with all the forms, which will allow you to personalize and enhance your learning. As with the previous
forms, Biu Chee is divided into three sections.