Wong Fei-hung (Huang Feihong) Memorial Hall is located in the north part of the Ancestral Temple in downtown Foshan City, Guangdong Province, China. The building is modeled after the wok-handle fire-walled house of the Qing Dynasty. It reproduces the style of folk residence and ancestral temple when Huang Feihong – the great martial master was alive. The building is divided into a show room. Huang Feihong Cinema, a hall and patio for practicing Wushu, all of these represent the charism of the great master to the life.
About Huang Feihong (Wong Fei-hung)
Wong Fei-hung (July 9, 1847 – May 24, 1924) was a Chinese martial artist, physician, acupuncturist and revolutionary who became a folk hero and the subject of numerous films and television series. He was considered an expert in the Hung Gar style of Chinese martial arts
. Wong is visibly the most famous Hung Gar practitioner in modern times. As such, his lineage has received the most attention. As a physician, Wong practiced and taught acupuncture and other forms of traditional Chinese medicine
in Po-chi-lam (寶芝林), his private clinic in Foshan
, Guangdong. A museum dedicated to him was built in Foshan. Wong's most famous disciples included Wong Hon-hei (his son), Lam Sai-wing, Leung Foon, Dang Fong, Wong Sai-wing and Ling Wan-kai. Wong was also associated with "Beggar So" of the Ten Tigers of Canton.