Do Pi Kung Fu

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Do Pi, “style of the way”, is a southern style of Kung Fu founded by the late Grandmaster Chan Dau in the Yung Kay district of Canton in the late 1930s. Chan was a student of Yu Mui (Hung Gar), monks at a nearby Buddhist monastery (Hop Gar), Jow Lung (Jow-Ga Kung Fu), and Tam Sam (Buk Sing Choy Li Fut). He established a school in Canton and later at the Sham Shui Po district of Kowloon, Hong Kong. The tradition continues today in Hong Kong, by Chan Dau’s son, Chan Ching (Lai Chi Kok & Shek Kip Mei St. in Sham Shui Po district) and one of Chan Dau’s prominent disciple, Paul Chan in Toronto, Canada.

The style is a combination of Hung Gar, Choy Li Fut, Jow-Ga Kung Fu and Hop Gar. Some of the sets of this style include Drunken Eight Immortals and Drunken Fan, Lohon Kau Da, Lohon Kuen, Tei Saat Kuen.