Grandmaster Ip Man, also known as Grandmaster Ip Man, is a Chinese martial artist and a master of Wing Chun Kung Fu martial arts. He had a number of students who later became comprehensive masters, the most famous of which is Bruce Lee.
|Born||Ip Kai-man (葉繼問), October 1, 1893, Fatshan (Foshan), Kwangtung (Guangdong), Qing China|
|Died||December 2, 1972, Mong Kok, Kowloon, British Hong Kong|
|Other names||Yip Man, Yip Kai-man, Ye Wen|
|Residence||British Hong Kong|
|Teacher(s)||Chan Wah-shun, Ng Chung-sok, Leung Bik|
|Spouse||Shanghai Po (1955–1968)|
|Children||Ip Chun (son), Ip Ching (son), Ip Nga-sum (daughter), Ip Nga-wun (daughter), Ip Siu-wah (son), with Shanghai Po|
|Notable relatives||Ip Oi-dor (father), Ng Shui (mother)|
|Notable students||Bruce Lee, Leung Sheung, Wong Shun Leung, Ip Chun, Ip Ching, Victor Kan, William Cheung, Moy Yat, Lo Man Kam|
|Notable club(s)||Ving Tsun Athletic Association|
Wing Chun grandmaster whose notable students included Bruce Lee and Lok Yiu. He is also known as Yip Kai-man.
He became a policeman at age twenty-four.
He established the Ving Tsun Athletic Association.
He was one of four children born to Yip Oi-dor and Ng Shui. He was married to Cheung Wing-sing and had two sons named Ip Chun and Ip Ching.
He mentored William Cheung, Moy Yat, and Bruce Lee.
Wing Chun practitioners are from Hong Kong. Hong Kong boxers. Chinese boxers. Text martial arts. Cantonese. Guangdong Athletes