Wufang Singapore is established in 2005 to empower children and adults to develop discipline, focus and resilience through wushu and fitness training. Wufang Singapore was founded by Vincent Ng, a World Wushu Champion and 3-time SEA Games Gold Medallist and a Wushu icon of Singapore. To date, Wufang Singapore has inspired more than 10,000 students both young and old to practice Wushu.
Vincent Ng also known by his Chinese name Weng Qinghai (翁清海) is the founder of Wufang Singapore. Voted by Straits Times as one of the top 50 athletes of the century, Vincent picked up Wushu at the age of 12 and was swiftly selected to the national team after impressing in the national Wushu championship. Vincent would go on to win 3 gold medals at the Southeast Asian Games and became Singapore’s first World Champion at the 3rd World Wushu Championships held in the United State of America in 1995. Vincent set up Wufang Singapore in the hope to impart his Wushu knowledge and to equip his students with the mental tools that they would require to reach their potential in whatever they choose to do in life. Vincent has coached and inspired many proteges like Jowen Lim who won three gold medals from SEA games 2015 and 2017 and two World Junior Champion titles that he won in 2012 and 2014. As a testament of his mentorship, one of Vincent’s protégé, Jaryl Tay who was an 8 times Wushu champions in the school, Southeast Asia and World arena; has decided to join forces with Vincent to coach at Wufang Singapore.