Canada's First and Oldest Traditional Wushu
/ Kung Fu School
At Hong Luck Kung Fu Club, we pride
ourselves on being one of the very first Chinese martial arts
institutions in Canada.
Throughout our long history, we have
encounted many challenges as pioneers in our craft. But with constant
determination, our centre has developed from an association of 20
members at the time of its inception to one with a membership of more
than 1,000 strong. With the untiring efforts of Grandmaster Paul
Chan, Hong Luck Kung Fu Club is proud to carry its rich legacy into
the new millenium.
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In the course of our trailblazing
journey, we have committed ourselves to the goal of promoting Chinese
martial arts. To do so, our centre opened its door very early on to
people from all ethnic origins without any prejudice.
We have also participated in
philoanthropic duties such as charity fundraising campaigns and
multicultural activities. Furthermore, the centre has sought to
participate in events that promote unity and cooperation within the
As a result of these efforts, our
students have had much success within North America and overseas. In
1985, members of the centre visited 7 major urban centres within the
People's Republic of China putting on demonstrations and visiting
historic sites. In 1991, students of Hong Luck Martial Centre
participated in the First World Wushu Championships held in Beijing,
P. R. China. Our students have also won gold in traditional events at
the Pan-American Wushu Games, and we look toward the future with
great ambition in achieving new and bigger goals.