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Just speculation, but it wouldn't surprise me if it were Lau Gar Kuen. Judging from his on screen stuff, he's a blatant Southern stylist & all those Southern styles share huge similarities; can't choreo the stuff he's doing the way he's doing it, you have to know it. He executive produced & starred ...
He's verrrryyy good. One of those elite guys who just do everything right kung wise on screen to the point you can learn something from watching them. He's for sure properly trained & practiced, & I mean in application & power generation, not just movement. Mysterious Footworks he's phenomenal. One ...
- Fri Aug 17, 2012 7:59 pm
- Forum: Open Topics
- Topic: Is watching Martial Art Films your favourite form of entertainment?
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Practicing martial arts is my number 1, but the movies are a kind of holistic part of that in reinforcement & understandings they give me, so yeah... guitar/music second... recreational drugs also, lol. More I do kung fu, more I realise kung fu is life. Everything else I love is kind of holistic to ...
Excellent info, so they all had a crack at Wong Cheung's Hark Fu Mun for that one then. Chu Ker's a don, had no idea he learnt from Chiu Wai; this is the sort of info I'm looking for. Speaking Taiwan folk, any ideas on Sun Rong Jyi, he's got a little extra power development I feel, one of the best i...
- Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:06 am
- Forum: Open Topics
- Topic: Proposed plan to bring Master Hwang to London
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I'm not saying I wouldn't want to put anything towards it, but couldn't see myself being able to afford any sizeable enough donation to make any great impact... but as they say every little helps, I would put towards attendence & if there were a pot to put dribs & drabs that might be feasible, if I ...
- Mon Jun 18, 2012 7:57 pm
- Forum: Shaw Brothers Greatest
- Topic: Best film of Chang Cheh to watch as a tribute to him?
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I think Disciples of Shaolin is the best thing he ever did. His greatest masterpiece imo.
[Quote=peringaten] Hmmm, Wong Cheung, this is an interesting dude: [img]http://www.black-tiger.org/bowl4.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.black-tiger.org/bowl8.jpg[/img] He at least taught Kwok Choi the chopstick & bowl form (seen in above pics) of Hark Fu Mun black tiger style for Shaolin Rescuers: [youtu...