In the 1970s, the Hong Kong government enacted a policy that granted each male heir of New Territories villagers the privilege to build a house without paying any dues to the government. ... See full summary »
About the early years of Yang Luchan, a Tai chi master. The man who founded Tai Chi in the 19th century and what has now become the most popular Tai Chi style in the world. The second ... See full summary »
Yang travels to Chen Village to learn a powerful form of Tai Chi. Though villagers are forbidden from teaching outsiders, Yang becomes their best hope for survival when a man arrives with a plan to build a railroad through the village.
In the years after the Revolution that overthrew the Qing Dynasty in China and established the republic, China broken up into fiefdoms held by warlords, who are busy fighting each other. A ... See full summary »
Tony Chiu-Wai Leung,
Ching Wan Lau,
If you don't want too much, you can get along just by reading stories
If you don't want too much, you can get along just by reading stories. But when you think about it carefully, there are many unsatisfactory places, irrelevant details, patchwork characters and far-fetched logic. Especially in the final explanatory paragraph, it is simply a complete break of the original few suspense and plot, to the cliff of soap opera ruthlessly kicked down.
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