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Best After-School Fencing Class


Our motto:
Pursuit your dream with Fencing

The Hong Kong Fencing Master (master de fleuret) offers a wide variety of fencing events for the children and our corporate clients from short taster sessions as part of a company activities day; full or half day sessions as a reward or team-building event or as a demonstration fight to put the wow factor into a corporate entertainment evening.

Our well structured curriculum for children/teens enable fencer development in a systematic approach. From beginners to  to competitive fencers, each level develop specific areas, such as: Physical condition and endurance, agility, hand-eye-foot control and balance, foot and baldework and technique, sportsmanship skills, strategic and tactical skills etc, Each level length of HKFM fencing lessons program individually varies for each athlete depending on fencer’s psychical, mental or technical condition.


our Blog

 In the blog,we'll explore the exciting world of fencing and discuss everything you need to know before enrolling in a fencing class. From the type of classes to the tips of managing skills development of your child, we'll cover it all. We'll also discuss the benefits of taking up fencing, including improved physical fitness, mental agility, and self-confidence. So, whether you're a beginner looking to try something new or an experienced fencer looking to take your skills to the next level, this blog is for you. Get ready to step onto the fencing strip and discover a whole new world of athleticism, skill, and fun!



We believe that the values and ethics instilled through fencing will lead your kids and yourself not only excel in the sport but also in life.
Our Goal is to promote the sports of fencing in the community of Hong Kong not only to the school but to all the coporate entities in Hong Kong.
We encourage the spirit of healthy rivalry and competition, teaching emotional control, courgae and self-discipline.
We are aiming to:​
  • encourage participation in fencing in Hong Kong by any person regardless of ethnic, age, disability, gender and ability level and culture background.
  • provide the highest and most professional level of coaching and facilities for fencing.
  • produce fencers of Olympic calibre through the active coaching with of world-class training programs 
  • promote the social awareness and athletic interactions of our members through the sport of fencing.
FOUNDER & Headcoach, CTO
Lau Kwok Kin

Faites d'un rêve, une réalité! Lets maket the dream come true!



2-time Olympian Lau Kwok Kin

2 time -  Olympian



His athlete career started from 1993, during his 35 years of career he has  been the continuously represented Hong Kong to participate numerous International Competitions, 

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Master Lau Kwok Kin

2-Time Olympian Fencing Coach 劉國堅两届奥运击剑教练

Master Lau Kwok Kin is a renowned foil fencing master and coach from Hong Kong. He holds the distinction of being the ONLY foil fencing master in Hong Kong to have participated in the Olympic Games twice. With a career spanning 25 years, Master Lau has represented Hong Kong in numerous international competitions, including the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, and four Asian Games.

=== Sports Achievements ===
Throughout his illustrious career, Master Lau has achieved sustained national and international acclaim as a fencing competitor. He has earned countless medals, including team medals in the Asian Games men's foil event. Notably, he is the first fencer from Hong Kong to achieve a top 16 ranking in the World Fencing Championship. Some of his notable achievements include:

2008 Beijing Olympic Games Hong Kong Representative
2004 Athens Olympic Games Hong Kong Representative
2010 Guangzhou Asian Games Team Bronze Medal
2006 Doha Asian Games Team Bronze Medal
Asian Championships Team Bronze Medals in 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010
Individual and Team Gold Medals in the 2003 Thailand Open Championship
Individual Bronze Medal in the 2006 National Championship
Team Silver Medal in the 2004 National Championship
Numerous Hong Kong Competition Championships
=== Coaching & Professional Experience ===

In addition to his successful athletic career, Master Lau is an experienced professional coach and lecturer. He served as the team manager, head coach, and coordinator of the Hong Kong Fencing Team for the 2009 and 2013 World University Games. Currently, he holds the position of lecturer at the Institute of Vocational Education (IVE), where he teaches courses on Sports Coaching and Sports Administration. Master Lau is also the head coach for the IVE fencing team.

Master Lau has dedicated significant time to the development of fencing activities in Hong Kong. He served as a council member for the Hong Kong Fencing Association for a decade, contributing to the promotion of fencing not only in academic settings but also among corporates in Hong Kong. His extensive coaching experience and expertise in adult learning principles have been invaluable in this regard.

=== Academic Achievement ===

Master Lau's academic accomplishments include a Master of Education in Sports Science & Physical Education from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in 2011 and a Bachelor of Science in Sports Science & Leisure Management from the University of Hong Kong (HKU) in 2004.

Master Lau Kwok Kin's exceptional skills, extensive experience, and dedication to the sport have made him a highly respected figure in the fencing community. His contributions as an athlete, coach, and educator have played a significant role in advancing fencing in Hong Kong.

=== Olympic Qualification ===
Before the 1996 Olympics, there were no stringent qualification requirements for participation. Any country could send representatives to compete. However, due to the increasing number of participating countries, the committee implemented the qualification policy in 1996. Athletes were now required to compete within their respective zones to earn qualification for the Olympics. This change made it significantly more challenging for athletes to secure a spot in the Games.

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