The upcoming May issue of the 'The Journal of Asian Martial Arts' (www.goviamedia.com) is going to publish a 20-page article on Wing Tsun punching methods. It's one of the very few in depth martial arts magazines on the market.
Their web site states:
"Via Media Publishing Company was founded with a specific quest in which research on Asian martial traditions could be published that reflected the highest academic and aesthetic standards possible.
The first goal stemmed from a desire to establish a periodical in which authors, artists, and photographers could present high quality work concerning Asian martial arts. Thus, the quarterly Journal of Asian Martial Arts was founded in 1991. The Journal covers a wide variety of fighting traditions, from the well-known such as karate, taekwondo, judo, aikido, taiji, and Shaolin, to lesser known forms of self-defense. All forms of combat (striking, grappling, locking, kicking), traditional and modern, barehanded and with weapons."
You will find two ads in the journal, one for my self-defense book and one for the upcoming strength training book. Find "The practical strength training guide for self-defense and martial arts" at www.kungfutheworkout.com. The release date is the end of April 2007.