Ken Ing

Ken Ing

Ken Ing, M.D., graduated from the Middlesex Hospital Medical School, University of London, in 1970, practised in Canada and Hong Kong, and retired in 1997. He was introduced to Duncan Leung in 1999, unaware that he was meeting a master of Wing Chun Kung Fu. It was only a couple of years later that the author discovered the warrior’s real background, at which point his dream of assisting in the transmission of this martial art to future generations was born.

After learning Tu Na from a recluse in 2004, Ken was introduced to Zhu He-ting, the revered master of the breathing art, who encouraged him to prove scientifically that practising this simple natural form of breathing is beneficial to health. Ken also translated Bypassing Bypass Surgery by Elmer M. Cranton, M.D. into the Chinese language.

伍志堅,Ken Ing,作者。1970年英國倫敦大學醫科畢業,曾在英國、加拿大和香港行醫。1997年退休後,有緣先後邂逅兩位大師。前者是盡得「詠春武功」一代宗師葉問真傳的「實踐詠春」始創者梁紹鴻,並把他的奇遇和實戰故事記錄在《詠春善戰者–葉問的私徒》(Wing Chun Warrior – Yip Man’s Private Disciple)一書內。後者是美國預防醫學始創者之一,克蘭頓醫學博士(Elmer M. Cranton, M.D.),並把他的名著Bypassing Bypass Surgery翻譯成中文《預防搭橋通波仔》。為了推廣預防醫學,2009 年與克蘭頓醫生在香港創辦Drs Cranton & Ing 預防醫學顧問中心。其他著作包括《預防勝於治療》和《預防心臟病發作》。

  • 詠春善戰者–葉問的私徒

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    梁紹鴻,Duncan Leung,詠春善戰者。由兒時好友、已故電影巨星李小龍介紹去學詠春功夫。1955年,年僅十三歲的他以「三跪九叩」之禮,拜詠春第六長門代葉問為師,成為葉問的「第一私家門徒」。




    1976至2002年間,梁紹鴻在美國弗吉利亞灘 (Virginia Beach)定居,受聘於美國海軍海豹隊(U.S. Navy Seals)、美國聯邦調查局( FBI )及美國特警部隊 (SWAT)。



  • Wing Chun Warrior: The True Tales of Kung Fu Master Duncan Leung, Bruce Lee’s Fighting Companion

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    Duncan Leung was introduced to Wing Chun Kung Fu by his childhood friend, famed screen star Bruce Lee. At the age of 13, after the ritual of ‘three kneels, nine kowtows’ in the traditional Sifu worship ceremony, he became the formal disciple of sixth-generation Wing Chun master Yip Man. Between 1955 and 1959 he studied with his Sifu at home, where Yip taught him how to apply Wing Chun to actual fighting. Leung trained six hours a day, seven days a week for four years, and used this knowledge fighting in the streets and martial arts studios of Hong Kong.

    In 1964 Leung befriended an old man who taught him rare secrets of close fighting, including the art of disarming a knife-wielding opponent, and silencing an opponent barehanded. When he opened his Wing Chun studio in New York City in 1974, he was challenged by martial art practitioners of every school but remained undefeated. Since moving to Virginia Beach in 1976, he has taught US Navy SEALs, members of the FBI, and various SWAT teams.

    In 2002 he accepted perhaps the greatest challenge of his life: to train six Chinese teenagers to become world-class professional fighters within two years. To this end, he returned to China to accomplish what many considered an impossible mission.

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