Welcome to our website dedicated to Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun!
Wing Chun is a Southern style of Chinese Kung Fu and has become – after Tai Chi Chuan – the most widely practiced Chinese Martial Art. It’s well known for its no-nonsense and direct approach to combat.
Chu Sau Lei WingChun is a combat oriented Martial Art that teaches you all aspects of traditional Chinese Kung Fu. For more information about Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun see our syllabus and other pages on this website.
Sigung Robert Chu: Let application be your Sifu.
Sifu Alan Orr: Iron body Iron Mind
I am greatly indebted to Sifu Alan Orr. Thanks to his teachings and support I am able to introduce Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun in Singapore.
Our training venue is in Upper Thomson. We train four (4) times a week our Wing Chun and Escrima with a small and dedicated group of
students committed to learn to art.
Escrima is the Filippino Martial Art of stick, sword and knife fighting as taught by Guro Mark V. Wiley . Classes are complementary for all
Wing Chun students.
|Sunday||Wing Chun||8.30 – 10 am||Escrima||10 – 11 am|
|Monday||Wing Chun||8.30 – 10 pm|
|Friday||Wing Chun||8.00 - 9.30 pm||Escrima||9.30 – 10 pm|
|Saturday||Wing Chun||9.00- 10.30 am||Escrima||10.30 – 11.30 am|
Feel free to contact me if you have further questions.
When I started learning CSL WC from Sifu Steven Wang I was computer nerd. Now 2 years later I sweat a lot, sparred a lot and learned so much about the Wing Chun system. In addition I made a lot of new friends and I am proud to be a healthier and stronger person. I would not have achieved this if Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun was not such an effective, comprehensive and “no secret techniques” system under the guidance of a very strict and passionate Sifu Steven.
I’m glad I started training Wing Chun and never regret the time spent on our quality training and never fail to be inspired to train lifelong. “This is not your grandma Wing Chun!”
PX, 28 years
For the past 20 years I have been involved in Japanese and Korean martial arts, fought in a lot of tournaments but I always wanted to learn Chinese Martial Arts. Inspired by a friend of mine I paid a visit to most of the Wing Chun clubs in Singapore. I was very impressed with the intensity of the training session led by Sifu Steven. I saw a group of people, passionate and with a focus about doing their stances and footwork correctly, punching correctly etc. What’s more, everybody was completely drenched after the training.
When I started classes with Sifu Steven, Wing Chun did not make sense at all to me and I had great difficulty to adept this new style. However I persisted and after some time everything seem to fall in place thanks to Sifu Steven’s relentless focus and patience on getting your fundamentals right.
Now after less than 3 odd years practicing Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun I cannot begin to tell you how much I have learnt about the traditional and practical fighting aspects of Wing Chun. I discovered so many new things that my body could not before, discovered weapons and weaknesses that I never knew I had before.
TC, 44 years
Before I started training Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun I already practiced Wing Chun and other Chinese Martial Arts.What I like about training Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun is:
Although we learn traditional Chinese martial art, we are able to apply it in a modern context.
Although we learn the traditional Wing Chun forms, we also use modern tools and training concepts.
These are important concepts and training methods that most other Chinese martial arts has failed to adept to and comprehend and has made CSL Wing Chun able to hold up in todays’ context
TYT, 35 years
I have been interested in martial arts since young but never had the opportunity to pick it up till about 6 years ago. At the age of 34, I started practicing Aikido; a Japanese martial art on self-defense. I did Aikido for 4 years and achieved a black belt degree but I wanted more.
Through an introduction, I came to know Sifu Steven and his Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun. I have been training Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun now for about 3 years and it really captivated me. I like our no frills and practical training and Sifu Steven’s unreserved passion to pass on the art.
We are also not required to buy expensive training uniforms and equipment like most commercialized centers charge. Besides Wing Chun, Sifu Steven also teaches us QiGong exercises to strengthen our body and mind. I just wish I could spend more time on my training because I want to learn more from Sifu Steven so I can help to preserve our unique art and pass it down to the next generation.
AN 42 years