LOHAN ASKS THE WAY (Lor Hon Man Lou)

(reproduced from http://www.shaolin.org/review/lohan.html)

Lohan Asks WayThis is a private webpage meant for students of Shaolin Wahnam Institute. Those who have not undergone any kungfu training courses with Sifu Wong or a certified Shaolin Wahnam Kung Fu instructor may not be able to understand the content because the material, presented in a very concise manner, is not meant to explain anything, but is meant to remind initiated students what they have learnt or will learn.

The names of the patterns in Chinese pronunciation and Chinese characters are found at the bottom of the webpage.


Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Dragon and Tiger

Tigers at Ready

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Logan Asks Way

Black Tiger

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Single Tiger

Poisonous Snake

Lohan Asks Way

Golden Dragon

Lohan Asks Way

Precious Duck

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Hand Sweep

Golden Star

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Immortal

Black Tiger

Lohan Asks Way

Single Tiger

Lohan Asks Way

Poisonous Snake

Lohan Asks Way

Golden Dragon

Lohan Asks Way

Precious Duck

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Hand Sweep

Golden Star

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Immortal

Black Tiger

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Black Tiger

Single Tiger

Lohan Asks Way

Poisonous Snake

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Golden Dragon

Precious Duck

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Hand Sweep

Golden Star

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Immortal

Black Tiger

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Single Tiger

Poisonous Snake

Lohan Asks Way

Golden Dragon

Lohan Asks Way

Precious Duck

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Hand Sweep

Golden Star

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Immortal

Black Tiger

Lohan Asks Way

Black Tiger

Lohan Asks Way

One-Finger Zen

Lohan Asks Way

Lohan Asks Way

Shaolin Greetings

Two Tigers


Names of Patterns, Chinese (Cantonese) Pronounciation and Chinese Characters

Lohan Asks the Way
Lohan Asks the Way
Lohan Asks the Way

The names of the patterns, the Chinese (Cantonese) pronunciation and the Chinese characters are provided by Sifu Michael Chow of Shaolin Wahnam Canada. We wish to thank Sifu Michael Chow for his splendid effort.

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