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Grand Master Ark Y. Wong of the Ng Ga Kuen five family/five animal style of southern kung fu. Considered by many to be the Father of kung fu in the west, credited with being the first to open the doors of Chinese martial arts to non-chinese. At his famous school and clinic in Los Angeles Chinatown circa 1959. Other teachers followed creating a domino effect that reached not only across the U.S. all around the world. If you practice Chinese martial arts outside of China, have a debt of gratitude to GM Ark Wong. 

This poster is printed on standard, non-glossy paper. The size of the poster is 24" high by 36" wide with the actual image approximately 22" by 29". The quality of the poster is far better than the picture on this listing. It is suitable for framing or to be hung for display and makes for a great school Altar or for enthusiast or practitioners to pay homage and acknowledge one of the many greats that have come before and helped preserve martial arts for us today. Chinese martial arts are a world heritage as well as an important part of Chinese history and culture giving this poster historical and educational use and value. 
This is a newly printed poster, not offered anywhere else.  Ships rolled, inside a poster tube.

Altar Poster, GM Ark Wong, Southern Shaolin 5 animal family, Ng Ga Kuen Kung Fu

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