Master Stephen Yeung Ka-fai (楊家輝), has been in love with martial arts since he was a little child. At 14, he began learning Seven Stars Mantis (七星螳螂) with Master Alexander Tse Wing-ming (謝永銘); Eagle Claw (鷹爪番子門), Pak Shing Choi Lee Fut (北勝蔡李佛) and North & South Lion Dance (南北獅藝) with Master Cheung Tsz-kit (張子傑); as well as Western Boxing (西洋拳), Pak Shing Choi Lee Fut (北勝蔡李佛) and Zhao Family Great Ancestor Fist (趙家太祖拳) with Master Yao Bo-ang (姚柏昂). In the mid-1970s,Master Yeung has already been teaching Chinese martial arts in St. Joseph's College, and participated in Hong Kong Martial Arts Association's Knockout Tournament, and was a Gold Shield boxer, as well as a Silver Shield boxer of the Kung Fu Federation. In the early 1980s, he founded the Chinese Wushu Boxing Club to train boxers, and obtained impressive results. Later, he also learned Thai Boxing from Master Tony Kong (江富德), and shifted to Thai Boxing and Western Boxing tournaments, and has won Feather Champion of the Fu Tak Western Boxing Newcomers Tournament, as well as twice Feather Champions of the Hong Kong Western Boxing Tournament, and has considerable competition experience.
Master Yeung has always been passionately devoted to martial arts. In recent years, he has been learning Yang-Style Tai Chi Chuan with Master Au Yeung kum-hoi (歐陽錦開). Master Yeung knows perfectly well that Thai Boxing and Western Boxing, though simple, straightforward and scientific, have their limitations. By contrast, the essence of Tai Chi Chuan is softness and gentleness, and emphasizes the importance of being relaxed, quiet, natural, as well as action through non-action. If some movements of Tai Chi Chuan can be integrated into Thai Boxing and Western Boxing