Many people thinks that you should go to China to learn Taoism, because that's where the stuff is originated. Is that the case? Not really. Tin Sing, a man in China, have chosen Tin Yat Dragon Taoism, even he need to go bypas all the crazy hassles with China's internet issues.
Maybe you know about the great wall of China? Right, they build one for the internet too, so you can't access anything on the internet that is NOT within China's network, how amazing. So you can serve the "world wide web" but only see the China's portion, with the other stuff all filtered out. Lovely, how do you expect Taoism to be with such governing system there? Learning Taoism in China is like the internet surfing, you only learn what the government want you to learn, and nothing more. Tin Sing knows about this and that is why he went all the way to reach out of the freaky walls to get his hands on real knowledge.
The video above is in Chinese, but to summarize it, Tin Sing said that he was very interested in all sorts of paranormal stuff, and later got attracted to Taoism. At first, he went over the "wall" to watch those paranormal shows from Hong Kong, and that somehow led him to the YouTube videos of Saam Law Sun Gung, and with a few clicks, few shows, he got glued!
After ordaining and learning, he find out that Jee Sifu is very knowledgeable, and also very hearty toward his disciples, with great teaching skills and such, Tin Sing is showing his appreciation with this video, and showing how grateful he is to be part of the lineage! As you can see, even a Chinese from China will choose to learn Taoism from a non-China based lineage and mastrer, what does it mean to you?