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Posts Tagged ‘Yuen Cheung Yan’

Tai Chi Master (1993)

Plot: When two monks are expelled from Shaolin Temple, having been in the temple since they were children they find the world outside the temple very different. Zhang Jun-Bao (Jet Li) is young and naive, where as his kung fu brother (not blood) Dong Tian-Bao (Chin Siu-Ho) strives for success at any costs.

When trying to adjust to their new lives they befriend a female pickpocket named Little Melon (Fennie Yuen). She introduces them to a group of antigovernment rebels, which include a bunch of towns people, a crazy taoist priest and a broken hearted young woman. Read the rest of this entry »

Last Hero in China (1993)

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Jet Li returns as Wong Fei-Hung for Wong Jing in this comical piece of work.

Fei-Hung arrives in Hong Kong awaiting the arrival of his Aunt Yee, but no luck. Whilst waiting a group of outlaws know as ‘The Boxer Association’ attempt to leave Hong Kong and travel to Canton. After being recognized the attempt escape from the station, although the handy Wong Fei-Hung is able to put the three in their place, whilst holding a bouquet of flowers.

Soon returning to his beloved Po Chi Lam Pharmacy, currently ran by his students, Ah Fu & Ah So. Although there is one problem…Space, the building is so cramp. After a sound suggestion from one of his Landlord, they plan moving Po Chi Lam to a larger building. Ah Fu & Ah So ends up finding a great building with lots of space and very cheap rent! But with all these good features, where are the bad ones? Oh Yeah! it’s next to a brothel!

Although there is another problem brewing in town. For some reason, the women from brothel are disappearing in groups. Although Ah Fu & Ah So soon find out that the women are getting smuggled across sea’s by a group of corrupted monks! Also meeting a deranged officer ‘Master Lui Hung’ which ends up setting Fei-Hung against a notorious Robber, who’s been done for robbery and rape. Although Lui Hung deliberately sets him free, leaving Fei-Hung to clean up the mess. Read the rest of this entry »

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