Sifu Aaron Boey has been training in the martial arts since 1993, where he began training with Taekwondo. He usually goes to different Taekwondo centres weekly so he can train every day. Since 1996, h Read more
Sifu Aaron Boey has been training in the martial arts since 1993, where he began training with Taekwondo. He usually goes to different Taekwondo centres weekly so he can train every day. Since 1996, his pursuit for martial arts turned full force as he trained full-time in full-contact traditional martial arts, the Monkey Style Kung Fu, which is also known as Da Sheng Men (猴拳). Sifu Aaron Boey trains 8 hours a day, 7 days a week. He later became a qualified instructor and taught martial arts in a few schools such as Methodist Girl’s School, Convent Pulau Tikus and Convent Light Street, as well as assisted his Taekwondo Master at St. Xavier Institution. He received the Top Instructor Award while teaching Kung Fu.
Sifu Aaron Boey started the Ip Man Wing Chun Penang school 7 years ago, and has since been teaching and training full-time. All these years, his pursuit of Wing Chun training has never diminished; he regularly travels to Hong Kong for about 5 to 6 times per year to train with his Sifu Ip Ching and his senior top disciples in 1-to-1 private lessons, further improving his skill set and knowledge about this form of martial arts.
Awards, Features and Recognition
Sifu Aaron Boey has been featured in all main newspapers in Malaysia such as The Star, Oriental Daily News, Kwong Wah Yit Poh Press, The Heat, The Malay Mail, Sin Chew Daily, Guang Ming Daily and China Press. He was also featured in videos such as Tune Talk’s MIMMA #IfightFor campaign, Code Runner Game Show, as well as participated in MYfm recordings.