Chin Woo Competition Video Reference

NSW Chin Woo have compiled an extensive video library of all forms eligible for the World Chin Woo Championships and their respective age groups. We expect the competition will go ahead next year under the same rule set proposed last time. If you wish to complete, please take the time to review the videos below to determine your focus for the coming year’s training.

Group A (Under 12)

Group B (13-17)

Group C (18-40)

Group D (41-60)

Group E (61+)

1st NSW Chin Woo Festival Success!

The 2022 NSW Chin Woo Wushu Festival was a great success, not only due to the involvement of more than 130 performers, but also with the great support from all committee members, Chin Woo members, volunteers, all martial art friends and their families.

The Festival brought together Chinese martial arts practitioners and spectators from across New South Wales, proudly supported by Multicural NSW and our family of sponsors.

The Executive Committee hope everyone can maintain this spirit and continue the passion for martial arts!

Master Harvey Lee Internal Martial Art Combat Seminar

Master Lee is an internal style martial art instructor withover three decades of teaching experience in Sydney, Australia. Inheriting the martial art style from Grandmaster Bai Qingzhai, his training system includes the soft essence of Tai Chi Chuan and the explosive power of Canon fist (San Huang Pao Chui Quan).

In recent years, through a great deal of research and exploration, Master Harvey Lee
adopted some modern combat training methods and techniques into his internal martial art training system that effectively remedies the lack of systematic antagonistic training in the process of inheritance of Tai Chi Chuan and some of other Chinese traditional martial arts.

The seminar is on Saturday 3rd Dec, 1.30-5.30pm.

Wushu Festival Dress Rehearsal

A full dress rehearsal for the NSW Chin Woo Wushu Festival will be held at Don Moore Community Centre on Friday 4th November.

All members participating in the Gong Li Quan group performance are strongly urged to attend!

2022 Chin Woo Training

NSW Chin Woo Term 2 Wu Shu training class will be held on every Wednesday night 8-10pm at North Ryde School of Arts Community Centre (201 Coxs Road, North Ryde) from 18/5/2022 onwards.

Instructors: Sherman Mak, Angela Mak
Class: Gong Li Quan revision, Stick and Sword techniques, Qun Yang Gun (群羊棍), Emei Jian (峨嵋劍)
Charge: $10 per class
Enquiry and register: Angela 0432310333

Kind reminder: Term 1 training class is still at Meadowbank (Shepherd’s Bay Community Centre) on Monday nights 2/5/22 & 9/5/22.

Chin Woo President Alice Dong’s media interview with CRI

NSW Chin Woo President, Alice Dong, recently was interviewed by CRI as part of the overseas Chinese radio programme series. In the programme, she introduced the history and evolution of NSW Chin Woo and how Chin Woo promotes Chinese martial arts in Australia. China Radio International (CRI) is China’s only state-level radio and television media organization specializing in international communications.

The interview starts from 9:50 and was conducted in Chinese.

News & Updates

It’s been a very busy period for NSW Chin Woo, starting with our hugely successful Drought Relief event in Eastwood Mall on September 16th. After a wonderful afternoon of Kung Fu & Tai Chi performances, we successfully raised over $2,000 to be donated to Australian farmers effected by the long-running Drought. Thank you to all our members and friends for their contributions to the event!

We’ve also been very active for this year’s Moon Festival, with members performing at celebration events in Eastwood, Ryde, Meadowbank and Redfern. 

October is shaping up to be an exciting month as well, with a number of NSW Chin Woo members competing in the  2018 IWUF Oceania Championships to be held in Melbourne on October 21st. Good luck to all our Chin Woo affiliated athletes! It’s sure to be a great event!