Luk Ah Choi the son of a Manchurian stationed in Guangdong in the 18th Century. After his parents died, he was brought up by his abusive uncle and ran away when he was 12 years old. He met a monk named Lei Baak Fu, a master in the Southern Fa Kuen (Flower Fist), and became his student.
After seven years of training, Lei Baak Fu sent him to the southern Siu Lum (Shaolin) Temple in Fukien Province, where he became a student of Abbot Gee Sim Sim Si. After the destruction of the temple, Luk Ah Choi went back to Guangdong, where he devoted himself to Martial Arts and Chinese Medicine until his death at the age of 68.
Luk Ah Choi is the oldest member of our lineage for which written records can still be found.