(born September 6, 1952) is an American martial arts actor. He has made 80 on screen film and television appearances and 46 more as a stunt coordinator or stunt double. He has done choreography for movies like Get Smart and Double Impact as well as television shows such as, Discovery Channel's Fight Science and Entourage. He does Submission Grappling, kung fu, taekwondo, and Western Boxing, and has won championships in all. He also trained Brad Pitt for the movie Fight Club.


Sifu Wong Kiew Kit is the fourth generation successor from the famous Shaolin Monastery of China, and a grandmaster of Shaolin Kungfu and Chi Kung. He received the "Qigong Master of the Year" award at the Second World Congress on Qigong held in San Francisco in November 1997. He also holds an honours degree in humanity, and is one of the very few masters who speaks excellent English.


Doc-Fai Wong is a second-generation disciple of Yang Cheng-Fu, having studied under Hu Yuen-Chou, a closed-door disciple of Yang Cheng-Fu. Yang Cheng-Fu was the grandson of the founder of the Yang-style Tai Chi Chuan. Hu Yuen-Chou ranked Doc-Fai Wong to be the Grandmaster of his federation before his retirement in 1987.


(born Feb. 15, 1103 A.D. in Tang Yin Hsien, Henan province. Died in prison Jan. 27, 1142 A.D. [Dec. 9 1141 A.D. Chinese calendar]) Yueh Fei was also named Yue Peng-Chu. He was born in Honan province at Tang-Yin. At the age of 20 he joined the army assigned to General Tsung-Tse. His went on mission against pirates on both the Yellow River and the YangTze River. In honor of his exceptional skills the Emperor Kao-Tsung wrote in his own hand a banner stating, "Loyal and Patriotic Yue Fei".


 
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