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  • The meaning behind a kata
    I recently learned Bui Ji and I was wondering what the point was to doing some movements especially when some techniques went against my wing chun teachings.
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      S.P. As have only "dabbled in Wing Chun" - but found it very interesting and wish I could study it devotedly but now is not the time, alas - I have learned sometimes the hard way, to not doubt my teacher and believe that she or he knows what's going on.
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      S.P. Your See-Foo says...?
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        Khean Mikkeslon Sifu says its about correcting weakness's in wing chun as well as learning to fight in close quarters

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