The original forms of Wing Chun Kung Fu as they were meant to be performed, demonstrated by a great man known as Grandmaster Ip Man. Despite being nearly on his death bed, Ip Man was concerned about the spread of proper Kung Fu technique, and recorded these performances of Sil Nim Tao (little ideas form), Chum Kil (searching the bridge form) and Mook Ya Jong (wooden dummy form), mere days before his death sharing his knowledge of Wing Chun on film for the first time.
In this mini-documentary, a seven minute cut of the original 36 minute presentation of 'WING CHUN: the Legacy of Ip Man' which appears on the Australasian DVD release of 'Grandmaster Ip Man' (aka: 'Ip Man') on the 'Eastern Eye'/'Madman Entertainment' label, Melbourne-based Wing Chun instructor David Peterson gives a brief overview of the history and methods of the Wing Chun Gung-fu system and the man who brought this art to the general public - the late Grandmaster Ip Man.
Part of the opening scene of HBO Newsroom by Aaron Sorkin (A few Good Men & West Wing Fame). Finally, some mainstream media scripting something a lot more real than anything we're sold as "reality tv".
Canada once had a world-leading Aerospace program, but it was cancelled after the success of the Avro Arrow. Here is a tribute to the world's most advanced fighter jet, cancelled by the Canadian Government in 1959.
The question is why?
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Avro Arrow Recovery Project(50th Anniversary)
This is the most incredible wingsuit / base jumping video I have ever seen. Much of the footage is from helecopter jumps in the alps. These daredevils come withing FEET of the mountainsides without opening their parachutes.
All Your Base Are Belong To Us.
One of the very FIRST Viral Videos on the net... this phenomenon started out as a joke about a poorly translated Japanese video game called Zero Wing, with people passing around edited photos including the main catch phrase of the joke: "All your base are belong to us."
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