Grandmaster Ip Chun is also one of the five grandmasters of the Wing Chun Gung Fu association. He started to study Wing Chun with his father, grandmaster Ip Man, at the age of seven. When he was 24 his father left to go to Hong Kong to search for a better life as Ip Chun stayed in Foshan to continue his studies at his university. He studied many different subjects which included Chinese history, philosophy, traditional music, Buddhism, and poetry. When he finished his studies by 1950 he decided to be a teacher. He also helped the Entertainment Department of China by helping them organize opera plays. Since Ip Chun was such a good Samaritan he received the "The Person with Most Potential in Chinese Art" award. In 1962 the Cultural Revolution caused the brothers to flee for Hong Kong. In Hong Kong he temporarily took the job as an accountant and a newspaper reporter. As the family was reunited Ip Chun continued to practice Wing Chun under his father every evening when he returned home from work. In 1968 Ip Chun participated in the Wing Chun Athletic Association and became one of the founders when it was in 1968 formally founded. Ip Man wished for his son to be part of the association and so Ip Chun complied to his father's wishes. The first three years Ip Chun was the treasurer but later potently stepped up his game and became the chairman. Ip Chun started to teach Wing Chun in 1967 and today he still practices with some of his friends. In 1972 Ip Chun's father passed away, and he continued to teach Wing Chun to spread his father's legacy. In 1992 he set up the Ip Chun Wing Chun Kuen Martial Arts Association even today continues to teach Wing Chun around the world.