John Chung is a member of the Black Belt Hall of Fame, ranked number one in the world since 1981 holding World Champion titles in both forms and fighting.

Chung has been teaching since 1972, and is currently head instructor at the John Chung Tae Kwon Do Institute in Virginia. Known for a high level of technical proficiency, Chung has mentored many students who have gone on to compete at a high level themselves.

Chung joined the FightBack event to help support the fight against COVID-19. In his live training session, he gave an all-levels warm up, plus a demonstration of techniques and forms, as well as an interview with Black Belt president Michael Dillard.

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The film Ip Man (2008) secured the place of actor/Black Belt Hall of Famer Donnie Yen in the pantheon of martial arts-action heroes. Yen’s incredible portrayal of the legendary wing chun kung fu master delivered action scenes with exciting martial arts and jaw-dropping stunts. Although the film generated three sequels, each arguably as good as the original, they are not the only great martial arts-action movies by Yen. Selected below are three great Donnie Yen films that aren’t Ip Man.
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