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Kuan Do Jing Yin Academy Chief Instructor
Shane Duncan
Moving to Hong Kong in 2005 to open a business in education, Mr. Duncan start learning the Wing Chun style of martial arts under the guidance of the late Master Ng Wah Sum for more than five years. Mr. Duncan has been fascinated with martial arts since he was young and started learning Praying Mantis Kung Fu ( Chek Sing Tang Long) in Canada at the age of thirteen. He continued to learning Praying Mantis Kung Fu until his second year of high school when he was accepted on an exchange program to Kanagawa, Japan. During his time in Japan Mr. Duncan joined the high school Karate club and obtained his black belt in Wadoru Karate from the Japan Karate Federation. After joining the military Mr. Duncan learned self defence training and continued to practice martial arts. He eventually returned to Japan where he focused on learning Kyudo, a traditional form of Japanese archery. Mr. Duncan has studied several other martial arts which include Judo, Iaido, Kendo, Kiaido, Taekwondo and Aikido. And has travelled to France and America where he took part in various styles of self defence training. Mr. Duncan obtained his Ving Tsun Kung Fu instructor certificate from the Ving Tsun Athletic Association in 2011. Mr.Duncan is one of the founding members of the Kuan Do King Yin Academy which was created in May of 2012 and is responsible for training, development and international relations.

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Donny Kwok
As a veteran journalist based in Hong Kong working for foreign media, Mr. Kwok has been learning the Wing Chun style of martial arts under the guidance of the late Master Ng Wah Sum for more than six years. In July of 2010, Mr. Kwok was one of the founding members of the Wing Chun Ng Wah Sum Academy. Mr. Kwok obtained his Ving Tsun Kung Fu instructor certificate from the Ving Tsun Athletic Association in the spring of 2011. Mr. Kwok focuses solely on the Wing Chun style of martial arts. Mr. Kwok is one of the key figures who established the Kuan Do Jing Yin Academy in May of 2012, of which he helped draft the academies policies and course training. Through his in-depth study and selfless dedication Mr. Kwok strives to improve the efficiency and broaden the application of Wing Chun techniques. Mr. Kwok’s ambition is to improve the standard of this particular highly efficient martial art form in a systematic manner for application in today’s real world for all to learn.

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Charles Wong
Is an advertising and design consultant for companies in the Asia Pacific region based in Hong Kong. Mr. Wong has been learning the Ip Man style of Wing Chun Kung Fu under the guidance of the late Master Ng Wah Sum for over five years. Mr. Wong has been an active member of the Ving Tsun Athletic Association since 2007. In July of 2010, Mr. Wong was one of the founding members of the Wing Chun Ng Wah Sum Academy. Mr. Wong is involved with many other Wing Chun organizations in an effort to close the ties between so many martial art clubs. Mr. Wong obtained his Ving Tsun Kung Fu instructor certificate from the Ving Tsun Athletic Association, in the spring of 2011. Mr. Wong’s tireless efforts include the establishment of the Kuan Do Jing Yin Academy in May of 2012, of which he helped draft the academies policies and course training.
 
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