|Traditional Wing Chun||Character||Mandarin Pinyin||Yale Cantonese||Cantonese Jyutpin||English Definition|
|Muk Yan Chong||
|Mu Ren Zhuang||Muk Yan Jong||Muk Jan Zong||(Wooden Person Form) (The fourth form) The wooden dummy form of Wing Chun.|
|Mun Sau||Wen Shou||Man Sau||Man Sau||
(Inquiring hand) Found in the fifth and sixth sections of Biu Zi. Together with Wu Sau, it is called Man Sau/Wu Sau, which make up the guarding hands of Wing Chun. In Biu Zi, the hand is used toward off attacks, and may be used against the throat and other vital parts of the body.
Last Updated 12 November, 2008
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