I studied with him for two years. Even though I studied with at least a dozen others he I would say instilled the discipline and the love for martial arts. He was a great teacher because he has a knack for connecting with his student individually.
I thank him because his skills saved my life twice and because it give me the courage to walk away with my honor intact in many instances where anger would have caused me to beat up on a stupid person. Most of all it made me strong mentally and physically. I used to teach Wing Chun in our dorm to students but I always added the Kyokushin kai kicks because I felt it give the form better balance. Wing Chun has only below the belt kicks. I also added his emphasis on circular motions to build up momentum. I was never a purist to any style.