Choi Lee Fat Kung Fu

"Choy Lee Fat is the most effective system that I've seen for fighting more than one person. [It] is one of the most difficult styles to attack and defend against. Choy Lee Fat is the only style [of kung fu] that traveled to Thailand to fight the Thai boxers and hadn't lost."

Bruce Lee

Master Wong Man Sun 師父 王文生

Master Wong Man Sun has rich experience in Choi Lee Fat kung fu, Tai chi, traditional and modern lion dance and dragon dance.

Lion Dance team

Choi Lee Fat Belgium has also a professional liondance team. With fruitful experiences in compititions, the team now focusses on spreading the wonderful art of liondance through cultural events or nightlife performances.

Choi Lee Fat Dragon Dance

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Choi Lee Fat Training

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Margi Clarke

Choi Lee Fat Belgium - Kung Fu Lion And Dragon Dance School

Choi Lee Fat lion and dragondance association is a martial arts team founded by Master Wong Man Sun in 2001 to continue the spirit of Chinese kungfu in the Western society. Master Wong Man Sun has rich experience in Choi Lee Fat kung fu, Tai chi, traditional and modern lion dance and dragon dance. The school offers a broad variety of teachings. Beginners will always start with traditional training of Choi Lee Fat basics. After these basics trainings (or even during) the student can try the traditional art of lion dance. Lion dance utilizes the necessary basic kung fu techniques with a rich combination of theatre, acrobatics and traditional music. Choi Lee Fat Belgium has also a professional liondance team. With fruitful experiences in compititions, the team now focusses on spreading the wonderful art of liondance through cultural events or nightlife performances. The Choi Lee Fat Belgium school is open for everyone and for all ages. Come visit us!

Tuesday 18:30 - 20:30
Thursday 18:30 - 20:30
Sunday 13:00 - 15:30


All other times are avaiable for private training: 0484 XXX 357



Traditional Choi Lee Fat Kung Fu - Brief History

Choi Lee Fat (Cantonese) or Cai Li Fo (Mandarin) (Chinese: 蔡李佛; pinyin: Cài Lǐ Fó; Cantonese Yale: Choi3 Lei5 Fat6; aka Choy Lee Fut Kung Fu) is a Chinese martial art founded in 1836 by Chan Heung (陳享). Choi Lee Fat was named to honor the Buddhist monk Choy Fook (蔡褔, Cai Fu) who taught him Choy Gar, and Li Yau-San (李友山) who taught him Li Gar, plus his uncle Chan Yuen-Wu (陳遠護), who taught him Fut Gar, and developed to honor the Buddha and the Shaolin roots of the system. The system combines the martial arts techniques from various Northern and Southern Chinese kung-fu systems; the powerful arm and hand techniques from the Shaolin animal forms from the South, combined with the extended, circular movements, twisting body, and agile footwork that characterizes Northern China's martial arts. It is considered an external style, combining soft and hard techniques, as well as incorporating a wide range of weapons as part of its curriculum. Choi Lee Fat is an effective self-defense system, particularly noted for defense against multiple attackers. It contains a wide variety of techniques, including long and short range punches, kicks, sweeps and take downs, pressure point attacks, joint locks, and grappling.



The Art of Lion Dance

Lion dance (simplified Chinese: 舞狮; traditional Chinese: 舞獅; pinyin: wǔshī) is a form of traditional dance in Chinese culture, in which performers mimic a lion's movements in a lion costume. The lion dance is often mistakenly referred to as dragon dance. An easy way to tell the difference is that a lion is operated by two people, while a dragon needs many people. Also, in a lion dance, the performers' faces are covered, since they are inside the lion. In a dragon dance, the performers can be seen since the dragon is held upon poles. Basic lion dance fundamental movements can be found in most Chinese martial arts.