Chan Heung’s reputation as a good Kung Fu fighter began to grow. Nearby was a Sifu named Jow, who told Chan Heung of a Kung Fu person named Lee Yau San who studied under Shaolin Abbot Gee Shim. This person had very good kicks. Chan Heung decided to find out who Lee Yau San was. Chan Heung tried to displace Lee Yan San while he was drinking tea. After Lee Yau San finished his tea he hit Chan Heung with his elbows and made him fall down.
He then asked Chan Heung who his teacher was. Lee Yau San said that, whoever his Sifu was, it was a very sneaky way of challenging him. Chan Heung replied that it was not his Sifu’s intention but his own idea and that he did it not in a disrespectful way, but only wanted to better his own Kung Fu. Lee Yau San then told him that he (Chan Heung) could have endangered his own life had he resorted to using more force.
Lee Yau San took pity on Chan Heung and decided that Chan Heung needed better teaching. At this point Chan Heung decided to stop teaching Kung Fu and begged Lee Yau San to accept him as his disciple. Lee Yau San told Chan Heung that each area that he visits has certain types of peculiarities. He can survey and be aware of his surroundings by the movements around him and by listening to the sounds.
Chan Heung followed Lee Yau San for 5 years. After 5 years of study in Sun Wei, someone told him about a monk by the name of Choy Fook, who came from Fukien Province and settled in Mount Law Fou. This particular monk’s reputation in Tet Dar became well known. Lee Yau San had good knowledge of Tet Dar so he wanted to see if this monk’s Tet Dar was any good or not.
Chan Heung and Lee Yau San travelled to a temple in Guangchou. The temple, named Tin Hok, was located at a place called Law Fou San or Mount Law Fou. At the top of the mountain was a tree with a sign on it which read Ching Sher, meaning Green Book. Once past the tree there was a lake with a temple named Tin Wong Miu, or Heavenly King Temple. Past this was a cave and after this was a large training ground. There were three mountains in the area.