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  • Wing Chun Overall Robes
  • Free Ironing Service
  • Free Rental Packaging Service – Comes with protective bag, hangers, and miiostore rental bag! (Need to be returned)

Excludes Footwear.

Requires Additional Refundable Deposit of $50 (To be paid upon collection).

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Self collection and self return is by default at 12pm.

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Rent Chinese Kungfu Costume Ip Man Uniform
Made with comfortable and breathable materials, miiostore’s beautiful and versatile Ip Man costumes are sure to impress at every occasion! A favourite for DNDs, corporate events, and parties. Also popular for halloween, wedding gatecrashes, and birthday parties!
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Chinese Kungfu Costume Ip Man Uniform – miiostore Costumes Singapore – IM001
Chinese Kungfu Costume Ip Man Uniform - miiostore Costumes Singapore - IM001
Chinese Kungfu Costume Ip Man Uniform – miiostore Costumes Singapore – IM001
Free Sized: Fits 170-180cm
Waist 106cm, Length 142cm, Hip 114cm, Chest 114cm, Sleeve Length 68cm

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About Ip Man:

Ip Man was born to Yip Oi-dor and Wu Shui. He grew up in a wealthy family in Foshan, Guangdong, and received a traditional Chinese education. His elder brother was Yip Kai-gak, his elder sister was Yip Wan-mei and his younger sister was Yip Wan-hum.[3]

Ip started learning Wing Chun from Chan Wah-shun when he was 7. Chan was 64 at the time, and Ip became Chan’s last student.[4][5] Due to his teacher’s age, Ip learned most of his skills and techniques from Chan’s second eldest disciple, Wu Chung-sok (吳仲素). Chan lived three years after Ip’s training started and one of his dying wishes was to have Wu continue teaching Ip.

At the age of 16, Ip moved to Hong Kong with help from his relative Leung Fut-ting. One year later, he attended school at St. Stephen’s College—a secondary school for wealthy families and foreigners living in Hong Kong.[3] During Ip’s time at St. Stephen’s he saw a foreign police officer beating a woman and intervened.[3] The officer attempted to attack Ip, but Ip struck him down and ran to school with his classmate. Ip’s classmate later told an older man who lived in his apartment block. The man met with Ip and asked what martial art Ip practised. The man told Ip that his forms were “not too great”.[3] The man challenged Ip’s Wing Chun in chi sao (a form of training that involves controlled attack and defence). Ip saw this as an opportunity to prove that his abilities were good, but was defeated by the man after a few strikes. Ip’s opponent revealed himself to be Leung Bik, Chan Wah-shun’s senior and the son of Chan’s teacher, Leung Jan. After that encounter, Ip continued learning from Leung Bik.

Ip returned to Foshan when he was 24 and became a policeman.[3] He taught Wing Chun to several of his subordinates, friends and relatives, but did not officially run a martial arts school. Some of his best known informal students were Chow Kwong-yue (周光裕), Kwok Fu (郭富), Lun Kah (倫佳), Chan Chi-sun (陳志新), Xu He-Wei (徐和威) and Lui Ying (呂應). Among them, Chow Kwong-yue was said to be the best, but he eventually went into commerce and stopped practising martial arts. Kwok Fu and Lun Kah went on to teach students of their own and they passed down the art of Wing Chun in the Foshan and Guangdong region. Chan Chi-sun and Lui Ying went to Hong Kong later but neither of them accepted any students. Ip went to live with Kwok Fu during the Second Sino-Japanese War and only returned to Foshan after the war, where he continued his career as a police officer. Ip left Foshan for Hong Kong at the end of 1949 after the Chinese Communist Party won the Chinese Civil War because he was an officer of the Kuomintang (Nationalist Party), the Communists’ rival in the Civil War.[6]

About Wing Chun:

Wing Chun (traditional Chinese: 詠春) is a traditional Southern Chinese Kung fu martial art specializing in close range combat. It is known for being economical, direct and efficient. [1].

Wing Chun is the most common romanization, from the Cantonese pronunciation (simplified Chinese: 咏春; traditional Chinese: 詠春; Cantonese Yale: Wing6 Cheun1; pinyin: Yǒng Chūn; literally: “Spring Chant”). It is also romanized as Ving Tsun or Wing Tsun, and sometimes the characters are substituted with a homonym 永春 (Cantonese Yale: Wing6 Cheun1; literally: “Eternal Spring”). Even though it could be considered a linguistically erroneous romanization at least from English-speaking countries perspective, especially in Finland,[2][3][4] Germany[5][6][7] and Turkey[8] (and as a commonplace term in some other countries such as Austria,[9] Bulgaria,[10] Italy,[11][12][13] Slovakia[14]).

The alternative characters 永春 “eternal spring” are also associated with some other southern Chinese martial arts, including Weng Chun Kung Fu and Yong Chun.[15][16]


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Additional information

Weight 0.8 kg
Dimensions 40 × 30 × 1 cm

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3 reviews for RENT Chinese Kungfu Costume Ip Man Uniform Folding Cuff Wing Chun Robe Martial Arts

  1. fiona

    superb and our director had a blast! 🙂

  2. Ronny

    used this for my office performance event. good quality and has stage presence! Thanks Jane

  3. Wong Chun Wei

    I received good review and have great fun last night during my company dinner & dance. I suggest to offer accessories (hat, fan, scarf etc) to the costume will make it more complete for future customer.

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