Translated literally, Wing Chun means "beautiful springtime," or "forever springtime." Wing Chun is also written "Ving Tsun" or "Wing Tsun." According to Wing Chun, there are several ways of defeating the enemy: striking, kicking, joint locking, controlling, throwing and the use of weapons are the most common. The beach is home to one of Vietnam's most luxurious beach hotels, the Furama Resort. Danang, Marble Mountain, My Son and Hoi An can be explored by day-trips from China Beach. Kitesurfing, paddleboarding, kayaking, and surfing are other popular activities offered at Mui Ne Beach.
Maybe you should have had a crack at Cemetary's (Mui Ne village beach). With winds blowing both cross-shore and onshore, water conditions can get choppy but there's a flat water area that's sheltered by the land which makes for great kitesurfing excursions for all levels of riding.
Just a few hours from Ho Chi Minh City are the beaches of Phan Thiet and Mui Ne. Ng Mui learned of this and agreed to teach Wing Chun fighting techniques so that she could protect herself. My partner and I had a fantastic experience in Mui Ne with C2Sky kitesurfing centre.
With all of this new building and construction going on going on it was hard to see that Japan was experiencing hard times, at least when seen from the roads. Southern Vietnam's beaches such as Vung Tau, Phan Thiet and Mui Ne are easily accessible from Ho Chi Minh City.
To visit there one day and get to kite too would be icing on the cake for me. If you have time, write us a trip report. I visited Mui Ne last December and unfortunately I went with another school so this year I did my research I was recommended Storm by a couple of people.