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Luk Dim Poon Kwan "6 1/2 Point Pole

“Luk Dim Poon Kwan, like other elements of Ving Tsun, needs to be studied completely and for its own sake, not as a means to some other end.” – Grandmaster Moy Yat

The 6 1/2 Point Pole refers to the number of techniques in the form. This form is used to train power, horse, centreline and provide a deeper view of the systems principles.

Pah Chum Dao "8 Slicing Knives"

The Bah Cham Dao are two short broad-bladed swords.
Generally not part of the official curriculum, this form was traditionally withheld from students at the Sifu's discretion.

The repetitions in this form are counted at 4 instead of the customary 3. This reminds us that the movements in the Bah Chum Dao deal death with every movement. The number 4 in Chinese Culture is synonymous with death.

Bah Cham Dao is used these days to train punching power, "fierceness" and footwork.

Formal teaching of this form is not officially part of the system. When you are "ready" you will be taught.

Yan Mok Jong Form.