The four important elements that lead to the forming of our Tith Ngaw art as we know it today.
- The martial skill from the martial buddhist monk who taught Lee Tith Ngaw.
- The martial art from the Lee family from the Eastern Guangdong province, South-China.
- The martial art created by the brothers Lee Tith Ngaw and Lee Kam Kong, who rearranged and structured their knowledge from the Lee family fist style.
- The martial art from the Chung family, with Chung A Yan who learned from the Lee brothers, Chung Tjong Wah who learned from his father, Chung Kan Yau who learned from Chung Tjong Wah who said to Chung Kang Yau:
Although we have numerous forms in our fighting art; in Tith Ngaw the core of the unarmed skills is "Ngo Jeung" and for the armed skills it is "Saam Poen Gwan". That's what it's all about, so; that's what I will teach you. So, we can say that these two aspects are the typical characteristics of our art;
Tith Ngaw Pai, Chung family branch.
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