TITH NGAW PAI KUNG FU - CHUNG FAMILY CLAN THE IRON BUFFALO STYLE OF SOUTH CHINA. We're a traditional Chinese martial art institute that promotes the Hakka martial art "Tith Ngaw Pai", the Iron buffalo style. This martial art style originated in the Mui Chauw (Meizhou) area of East Guangdong in China. It is believed that a man named Lee Tith Ngaw created this style around 220 years ago. He and his brother Lee Kam Kong learned martial art skills from a Siu Lam monk . Lee Tith Ngaw combined the monk's knowledge with his family style and created his own fighting art, a no-nonsense fighting art with explosive movements. The art was transmitted to the Chung family when Chung A Yan had learned from the brothers. Upon returning home he taught everything to his son Chung Dong Fa. Further migration of the Lee family in south-eastern Guangdong gave Chung Dong Fa also the opportunity to practice with Lee Guang Jam, the third generation of the Lee family style. Subsequently Chung Dong Fa migrated to Hong Kong where he taught Chung Kang Yau. Finally Chung Kang Yau migrated to England and taught Kong Han Lei/Galland R. who became the official heir from Tith Ngaw Pai - Chung family branch.
Kong Han Lei/Galland R. started his kung fu career in 1971 in the Chinatown of Antwerp, Belgium. At the age of 65 in 2019, he can look back on 48 years of experience. Nowadays he still teaches in the official headquarters of Tith Ngaw Pai in Antwerp, Belgium. He currently holds the position of chairman in the committee for traditional styles of the Belgian Wushu Federation.
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