Grandmaster. U.S. Master for the International Chin Woo Federation
Sifu Jimmy Wong is the U.S. Master for the International Chin Woo Federation headquartered in Shanghai, China, and is the founder and Head Master of the America Chin Woo center in Dallas, Texas. Master Wong has trained two National Champions: the Women’s Traditional Forms Grand Champion at the 1992 & 1994 U.S. National Chinese Martial Arts Tournament in Orlando, Florida and the 1991 Men’s Northern Shaolin Champion at the International Chinese Martial Arts Championships in San Francisco, California.
Mr. Wong holds many National and International Advisory positions to various kungfu organizations and has given workshops in many countries. Mr. Wong has taught kungfu at the University of Houston, Tai Chi and Qigong at the Texas Hei Long Jiang College of Traditional Medicine, Tai Chi and Qigong to doctors at the Beijing International Acupuncture Center, Swedish Wushu Federation, Stockholm and Singapore Chin Woo.
In 1998, his student competed against the Chinese competitors in the 5th 1998 International Yongnian Taijiquan Championship in Handan, China, and won 1st place in Wu(Hao) form and Wu(Hao) Tai Chi sword. During the same trip, Sifu Wong was promoted by the China Yongnian Taiji Association and given the only Wu(Hao) Grandmaster title outside of China. Sifu Wong’s mission is to spread the Wu(Hao) Tai Chi in North America and make it available to anyone who is interested. He recently established the North America Wu(Hao) Taiji Federation, which is based in Dallas, Texas. He has a strong belief in preserving the traditional Tai Chi. Sifu Wong was also the first to produce a Wu(Hao) Tai Chi video. Additionally, Master Wong holds several certificates of training and is a Texas Licensed acupuncturist, and is currently the president of USA Taiji Federation.
Over 30 years experience
Head Master at the J.K. Wong Kungfu Tai Chi Academy
President of the North America Wu (Hao) Taiji Federation
Founder of the USA Chin Woo Federation
President of the United States of America Wushu Kungfu Federation Region VI, 1995 – 1999
Executive Committee member for China Xintai Wu (Hao) Tai Chi Research Center
U.S. Representative for the First International Tai Chi Festival 1991 – Yongnian, Hebei Province, China
6th Generation direct lineage of Wu (Hao) Tai Chi
Taught Wu (Hao) Tai Chi to doctors at:
- Beijing International Acupuncture Center (Beijing, China)
- Swedish Wushu Federation (Stockholm, Sweden)
- Singapore Chin Woo Athletic Association (Singapore)
- 1992, 1994, & 1996 Women’s Traditional Forms Grand Champion – U.S. National Chinese artial Arts Tournament (Orlando, FL)
- 1991 Men’s Northern Shaolin Champion – International Chinese Martial Arts Championships (San Francisco, CA)