Yip Man is also known as Ip Man and was a very popular Grandmaster of Wing Chun. He was born in a wealthy family in Foshan, China. Ip Man started learning Wing Chun from Chan Wah-Shun. Since his sifu (master in Chinese) was already 70 years old Ip Man learned most of his techniques and skills from Chan's second disciple Ng Chung-sok. It was Chan's last and dying wish for his second disciple to teach Ip Man because Chan saw great potential in Ip Man. At the age of 16 Ip Man moved to Hong Kong. Yip was a very good martial artist even though he thought his techniques were not too great. At the age of 16 Yip had defeated a police officer beating a woman. He then met Leung-Bik and fought him, unfortunately he lost only because Leung-Bik was Chan's Sifu's son. From that moment on Yip continued to learn from Leung-Bik. Yip continued to live in his home land of Hong Kong and became a police man at the age of 24. Yip had never started a formal martial arts school but had informally taught some people. He had many great and notable student who were so good that they even started their own school. One of his students became an action illustration and he was Bruce lee who started training with Yip at the age of 16. Two of his disciples were his sons Ip Ching and Ip Chun who are still alive today, and they are the grandmasters of Wing Chun. Ip Ching, Ip Chun and Bruce lee are Yip's best students. Yip Man was buried in Foshan Ancestral Temple grounds to perverse his honor, he had also left a written history of Wing Chun. Today Yip's house in Foshan is a museum in honor for Yip.