Often shrouded in mystery fed by popular Chinese novels and movies, much of the details about the origins of White Eyebrow have become too confused to quote reliably. According to legend, this style was created by the Daoist master Baimei in Sichuan during the Qing Dynasty. It is characterized by powerful strikes and coordinated hand forms. The legacy of White Eyebrow continues through the work of websites such as those listed here.
Canadian Athletic Association of Chinese Martial Arts
Specializing in Northern and Southern Kung Fu, and Wu Tai Chi in London, Ontario, Canada. Includes images, FAQ, history, announcements, and general articles.
Chong's Wing Chun Kung Fu Association
Sifu Chong teaches Yip Man and Pan Nam style Wing Chun, and also Bak Mei. Includes history, biography, products, affiliates and contact details. [Sacramento, CA]
Kwong Man Fong: Pak Mei White Eyebrow Kung Fu
Detailed information about Pak Mei, including history, about grand master Cheung Lai Chun and master Man Kwong Fong, basics, forms and weapons. [New York, NY]
The Origin of Pak Mei Kung Fu
Includes an outlined summary.
Sydney Guangzhou Pak Mei
Guangzhou style Pak Mei (White Eyebrow) Kung Fu. Information about the style and teacher. Photographs, Lion Dance and contact information. [Sydney, Australia]
Last update:February 7, 2013 at 15:35:07 UTC