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Happy Chinese New Year 2020

From RDH:  2020 Update

The new year has brought the virus outbreak, in China, and the cancellations of New Year and Mantis Celebrations.  Here in Pingshan, the authorities are asking all people to wear a face mask, if outdoors.  And local pharmacies are short of some supplies.  However, many people are still enjoying the holidays, albeit with caution regarding health.

Below, I’ve added a MEMBERS ONLY video:  MantisFlix Volume 1002 – Pingshan Mantis Celebration 2003.  If you are a Member just click the links below and go directly to the video or the MEMBERS ONLY Course.  Enjoy Mantis days past!

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Also, I’ve been asked a number of times about Pingshan – Hometown of Kwongsai Mantis and so I’ve added a couple of youtube videos that give an overview of Pingshan today.  Pingshan is key in the mega-city of Southern China upcoming.

Because the Celebrations this year are cancelled due to the virus, I’ve added here the Introduction Video for your review and for new users to peruse.  It gives a good overview of Hakka Mantis history and today.  I look forward to releasing the CHU GAR SOMBOGIN HARD BRIDGE and SOFT BRIDGE COURSES coming shortly in February and March.  Make 2020 a year of Hakka Mantis progress!  Mantis Onward!

MEMBERS ONLY VIDEO – Click the Image Below

Click the image above to view this Video

MantisFlix Volume 1002:  Pingshan Kwongsai Mantis Celebration

Late Sifu Wong Yook Gong Kwongsai Jook Lum Clan 35th Anniversary Celebration, circa 2003. Complete forms demonstrated, numerous two man weapons sets, three step scissors set, four doors set, southern mantis plum blossom pole set, south mantis broadsword, and other kungfu.  Also, contains short footage of Hakka unicorn dancing and the dinner banquet.
42 Minutes approx. 

Refer to “this book” for the final disposition of China’s Kwongsai Jook Lum today.


Kwong Wu Tong – China Kwongsai Jook Lum Temple Mantis 

The above photo includes Members
of 3rd Generation Chung Yel Chong’s Family and 4th Generation Wong Yuk Kong’s descendants
View a Photo Gallery of Pingshan Mantis Celebrations Here

View Pingshan New District Today – Home of Kwongsai Mantis

Additional Pingshan Video Here:  https://youtu.be/1FAWaTv-oYU

Pingshan New Years Celebrations – Home of Kwongsai Mantis

The New Year and Mantis Celebrations have been cancelled this year due to the virus outbreak in Wuhan, Hubei Province.  Wuhan is about an 8 or 10 hour drive from Pingshan, in Guangdong Province.  Take time to review the above video and New Year Celebration from 2017 which also features the Kwong Wu Tong.  Let us hope that viral outbreaks will become a thing of the past and next year will be another grand celebration of Hakka Mantis again!


  • elmantis

    Another great news article Sifu. Im hoping next years celebration will be bigger and better! I love how modern Pingshan is and yet the culture is still very relevant and honored.