Cheung Gwun Bo was a Buddhist early in his life, but after leaving the Shaolin Temple, he converted to Taoism. The religious/martial arts school he founded, the Mo Dong Sect, bears some parallels to the Cheun Jen Sect that dominated wulin a generation or two earlier. Like the late Central Divinity Wong Chung Yeung, Cheung 3 Fung was acknowledged as *the* paramount Taoist sage and martial artist of his time. Also like Wong Chung Yeung, Cheung 3 Fung organized his sect with seven senior disciples. Were Wong Chung Yeung's life and martial arts were influenced by the 9 Yum Jen Ging, Cheung 3 Fung's were influenced by the 9 Yeung Jen Ging? Both even founded their Taoist schools after abortive relationships with gifted young women (i.e. Lam Chiu Ying and Gwok Seung).
Was Cheung 3 Fung an admirer of Wong Chung Yeung's? Did he consciously (or perhaps subconsciously) pattern himself after the earlier Taoist sage and wulin master?