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1978 (aged 59–60)|
|Height||5 ft 7 in (170 cm)|
|Weight||170 lb (77 kg; 12 st 2 lb).|
|Notable students||Kenneth Chung, Leung Ting|
Prior to meeting Ip Man, Leung Sheung trained in many styles of kung fu including Choy Li Fut, Bak Mei, and Southern Dragon. In 1950, Leung, along with Lok Yiu and Lau Ming, all members of the Kowloon Restaurant Worker's Union, were introduced to Ip Man by Lee Man. As Ip Man's first Hong Kong student, Leung was the older kung fu brother of Ip Man's other students. All of whom, including Bruce Lee, showed him high respect.
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- Ip Man Portrait of a Kung Fu Master
- www.LeungSheung.com - Official page for Worldwide Leung Sheung Lineage Association