About Grandmaster Art Eng
Grand Master Art E. Eng began learning martial arts at an early age and has continued training for over 45 years. During this time, he has spent 29 years in teaching and has gained three championship titles and numerous trophies during his participation in tournaments. Grand Master Eng is a 3rd generation disciple in the Yip Man Wing Chun Kung Fu Family. A recognized, certified instructor under Senior Master Terence Yip (Yip Pui), Grand Master Eng is allowed to teach the complete and authentic Wing Chun Kung Fu System. Grand Master Eng is also a lifetime member and certified Master Instructor in the Hong Kong Ving Tsun Athletic Association. Grand Master Eng and his sons, Anthony and Kyle, along with a group of hand-picked instructors currently teach at the Philadelphia Chinatown school and the Princeton school located in New Jersey.
About Master Anthony Eng
Master Anthony Eng is the eldest son of Grand Master Art E. Eng and is a highly accomplished martial artist. Beginning his martial arts education at a young age, Master Anthony Eng has continued his martial arts practice for over 20 years. Throughout this time, he has participated in tournaments all over the east coast, earning numerous titles and championships. Master Anthony Eng is a 4th generation disciple in the Yip Man Wing Chun Kung Fu family. His current position is head instructor of the USA Wing Chun Kuen Association. He has been teaching for the past 12 years within several schools under the association including Princeton Wing Chun and Philadelphia Wing Chun. As the head instructor of the association, Master Eng is entrusted to teach the complete and authentic Wing Chun Kung Fu system and oversee the training of each student within the organization
History of the Organization
The USA Wing Chun Kuen Association was founded in 2002 by Grandmaster Art Eng. During the first few years, the organization was comprised of a small group of talented students who would take the on the challenges set forth by the Grandmaster. Participating in the Wong's Kung Fu tournament in Washington D.C for the first time in 2003, the USAWCKA would be named top Wing Chun School of the tournament. The association has held this title at the Wong's tournaments for the 13 years. In 2007, the USAWCKA would be awarded one of the prestigious top school banners from the Yee's Hung Gar Tournament in Clifton, New Jersey. In 2006, Grandmaster Eng would open the headquarters of the association in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The school has grown an incredible amount since it's inception, traveling and participating in Kung Fu tournaments and demonstrations all over the north east of the US.
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