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Memorial Plaque - Grandmaster Chan Hak Fu 1918-2013

Last portrait of Grandmaster CHAN Hak Fu

Last portrait of Grandmaster CHAN Hak Fu Leaving the Universal Funeral Parlour, Kowloon HongKong 18 August 2013
(L to R: Sons Warren and Jimmy with Disciple Representative Ernest MA Kin Cheong)


Grandmaster Chan Hak Fu, passed away on 27 July 2013 in Kiang Wu Hospital, Macau peacefully, aged 96.


The memorial plaque of Grand Master CHAN Hak Fu is now installed at the Sze Yup Kwan Ti Temple in Glebe. It is Lot G53.

Sze Yup Kwan Ti Temple

Sze Yup Kwan Ti Temple

Memorial Plaque of Grandmaster Chan Hak Fu

Published by – MA Kin Cheong (Ernest)Direct Representative of Grandmaster Chan Hak Fu

Pak Hok Pai (Australia)

Trustee of Pak Hok Kung Fu International (Australia)




2012 Grading

Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Adult Grading on Saturday 5th May.

All instructors were very impressed with the effort and commitment from every student who attended. Also the technique and quality of everyone who participated in the grading was highly commended and everyone should be proud of how they performed.

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Adult Classes have been running in Penshurst Pole Depot for almost two years and seeing regular students from Penshurst excel and receive their sash this weekend has made the hard work in establishing a Pak Hok Pai class in Penshurst pay off. Si Heng Daniel Toland is especially proud of all his students and grateful for their commitment. Not only do most of the students turn up regularly to the Thursday Class at Penshurst, but most have made the commitment to go to Campbelltown classes.

List of Si Heng Dan's Hok San in Penshurst:

Andrew Olshen (attacking):


Mick Sharp (conditioning his knuckles):


Justin Doyle (performing a dramatic take-down):


Colin Wilkins (with eyes on prize):


List of Si Jei Ana's Hok San in Penshurst:

Amanda Sharp (picturing her opponent's head coming clean off):



Si Heng Russlan and Si Heng Tim are also very proud of their Hok San who attended the grading. It is great to see the brotherhood that our Gwoon in Campbelltown nourishes. It's great to see a diverse number of students progress through their sashes. Our Campbelltown Gwoon offers a diverse range of classes that concentrate on specific aspects of Pak Hok Pai, and it's great to see all students regularly committing to several classes on offer. Our fight and fitness classes, traditional classes and lion dancing classes see a lot of regular students that also participate in Friendly fights with other martial arts styles and perform in Demonstrations throughout the year.

List of Si Heng Russlan's Hok San in Campbelltown:

Daniel Gregor (throwing jins like it ain't no thing):


Dom Borg (taking the lead)


Martin Khamphounvong (executing a vicious jow):



It is also great to see family members progress throughout the years. Our School takes pride in our style being diverse and flexible enough for all likes to participate. Mothers, Daughters, Sons alike. Families who train together are true testiments to the Pak Hok Pai brotherhood.

List of Si Heng Tim's Hok San:

Lai Bo Ka (crane personified):


A special mention to Si Heng Paul Toland who participated in the grading with all the gradees. Leading by example was very honorable and definitely a true testament to the dedication of our Senior Instructors. Some say, his qi is so strong that he performs all pushups 15cm off the ground:


Also thankyou to Ruben who dedicated some time in participating in our sparring drills. All our students can definitely learn from your knowledge and talent.


A special mention to Si Heng Andrew Fricot and Si Heng Jeff Fricot. Your attendance and expertise was much appreciated.

Most of all, Thank you to Si Heng Gawaian Bodkin Andrews for organising and running the Grading's Structure. All students who participated have at one point asked for your guidance throughout the years and are grateful for the time and commitment in helping us progress.

Ju ma

Check out all the Grading photos here!


New Timetable - More Traditional Classes!

As of 1st November 2011, our timetable for adult classes will change with the introduction of an extra adult traditional class! Traditional classes are now running on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, enabling you to get the most out of your Pak Hok week!

New class times can be found here.

Train hard!


Saturday Classes Are Back!

Stuck for something to do on Saturday mornings? Sick of watching Video Hits on the couch? Perhaps your conscience is telling you it's time to get fit for Summer?

Whatever your reason, Saturday classes are back! So get out of bed. Bypass the couch. Get to the Gwoon by 10am, and start your weekend right!!


Never trained with us before? Doesn't matter! Your first class is always FREE!


Saturday classes are held at the Gwoon and run from 10am to 12pm. They involve fitness training, traditional Kung Fu, practical self defense techniques and forms.


Hope to see you all there!


Tough Bloke Challenge 2011


Kung Fu Team from Pak Hok Pai White Crane Kung Fu at the Max Adventure Tough Bloke Challenge from Pak Hok Pai White Crane Kung Fu

We'll have a team competing at the Tough Bloke Challenge in Cataract Scout Park, Appin this Saturday (2nd July 2011) at noon.

Come and show your support! For those who are interested in meeting us with questions about training please don't hesitate to come to us. We're the guys that are in Black shirts with a White crane on the back.