Our History

Credential across 35 countries


Shaolin Wahnam has been existence for more than 40 years, it was founded by Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit. He was awarded the World Qi Gong Master of the year in 1997 at the world Qi Gong Congress at San Francisco, USA. The title was awarded near to 20 years ago due to his incredible work in helping thousand of people overcoming cancer. Grandmaster Wong provides full support to Holistic Health Cultivation Center, HHCC in Qi Gong healing and advance Qi Gong (Tai Ji and Kung Fu) courses to promote good health, vitality, peak performance and longevity. HHCC has been in operation for more than 5 years and has helped hundred of people overcome the so called incurable diseases.

What is Qi Gong

Qi Gong or Chi Kung has existed continuously for more than 5,000 years. It was originated from China and has continuous history till today. Qi Gong in Romanised Chinese is actually an umbrella term referring to various Arts of energy serving various purposes, such as for health, martial art, mind expansion, and spiritual cultivation. The most powerful Qi Gong is the one that in your present situation, that serves your needs and abilities to perform, simple, direct and effective.

Shaolin Wahnam Qi Gong is a genuine Qi Gong and has direct lineage to Shaolin monastery. The Shaolin Wahnam Qi Gong is catered to address healing purposes, it has been carefully extracted of its essence. For more than 50 years , the Shaolin Wahnam Qi Gong is being refined by Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit. The continuous progress, development and expansion of Shaolin Wahnam school, now being established in more than 30 countries with tens of thousands of people has been relieved from the so called incurable diseases. The credential and success showed that our Shaolin Wahnam Qi Gong is the most cost effective and efficient means to heal diseases.  

Shaolin Wahnam Institute

Shaolin Wahnam is very proud of our lineage which can be traced back directly to the two southern Shaolin Temples, as illustrated in the chart below.  

Not many people realise that there were two southern Shaolin Temples, one in the City of Quanzhou, and the other on the Nine-Lotus Mountain, both located in Fujian Province of South China. During the Ming Dynasty (14th to 17th century) a Ming emperor built a southern Shaolin Temple in the City of Quanzhou in Fujian Province as an imperial temple to replace the northern Shaolin Temple in Henan Province. This temple was burnt by the Qing Army around 1850s led by the crown prince Yong Cheng with the help of Lama kungfu experts from Tibet. The Venerable Chee Seen escaped and built a secret southern Shaolin Temple on the Nine-Lotus Mountain, also in Fujian Province. This temple was also soon burnt down by the Qing Army, this time led by Pak Mei who was a classmate of Chee Seen in the southern Shaolin Temple in Quanzhou. The northern Shaolin Temple on Song Shan or Song Mountain in Henan Province remained throughout the Qing Dynasty. In fact, the Chinese characters, “Shao Lin Si” which means “Shaolin Temple” at the Main Gate of the Temple were written by the Qing Emperor, Qian Long. This temple was burnt only in 1928, 17 years after the fall of the Qing Dynasty, by rival Chinese warlords.

Our Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit, learnt from four sifus, or teachers. Grandmaster Wong’s first sifu was Sifu Lai Chin Wah, more widely known by his honourable nick-name as Uncle Righteousness. His second sifu was Sifu Chee Kim Thong, regarded as the living treasure of the People’s Republic of China during his time. Grandmaster Wong’s third sifu was Sifu Ho Fatt Nam, the third generation successor from the southern Shaolin Temple at Quanzhou. His fourth sifu was Sifu Choe Hoong Choy, the patriarch of Choe Family Wing Choon. It was no co-incidence that all Grandmaster Wong’s sifus were patriarchs of their respective styles because Grandmaster Wong sought for the best available teachers. Our school, Wahnam, is named after Sifu Lai Chin Wah and Sifu Ho Fatt Nam as much of our instructional material came from them

Sifu Dr Foong Tuck Meng, is a qualified instructor and healer, focusing on using Shaolin Wahnam Qi Gong to help people overcome incurable diseases through the Holistic Health Cultivation Center, HHCC. HHCC is a five story building dedicated for Qi Gong healing. Located at 5-1 & 5-2, Jalan 1A/114, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, 58200 Kuala Lumpur..  

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