According to researcher Ho Tuong, after becoming a master, martial arts master Bui Van Hoa returned to Binh Dinh’s ancestral land (1930) with the desire to spread martial arts but was banned by the French colonialists. Reluctantly, he had to secretly teach martial arts to his friends and the local army, and at the same time perfect the method of using the Saber (machete) and the Con (Vong). The first student of martial arts master Bui Van Hoa in Binh Dinh was Luu Van Lien (Ba Lien).
In 1945, Master Bui Van Hoa and his great disciple Luu Van Lien left Binh Dinh for Saigon. Responding to the call for the entire people to resist the war, Master Chin Hoa opened an expedited training course on the use of machetes (blades), stature, basic exercises for hundreds of resistance troops … These people After the training course, it spread to the battle zones to teach combat techniques to the South Vietnamese army and people.
In addition to fighting with weapons, Master Chin Hoa is highly appreciated for his ability to fight with bare hands, especially the 10 extremely magical elbow attacks. He taught his disciples all 10 skillful elbow moves that he could apply in combat.
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