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   Mountain Creeping Tiger




Ye, Yingchan
2013
Department of Communication Studies
BSSc. - DGC

3 Min
945 View




SUMMARY :

People always expect “Kung-fu” is the dazzling exchange of blows rather than still-standing exercise, which is said to be the basic of martial arts. The young children, who were practising Bajiquan under their great master, Andrian, were no exception. Instead of giving them a lecture, Andrian just showed the children how to do the standing poses in advanced Bajiquan patterns. Then, allowed them to decide to what level they should master the pattern, so that they could handle it well, according to their own abilities. The answer, judging from the reactions of the kids, might seem a bit cruel.

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HOW TO CITE

APA :
Ye, Yingchan. (2013). Mountain Creeping Tiger. Retrieved from HKBU Heritage:
      http://heritage.lib.hkbu.edu.hk/view.php?id=10812

MLA :
Ye, Yingchan. "Mountain Creeping Tiger". HKBU Heritage. HKBU Library, 2013. Web. 25 Jun. 2019.
     <http://heritage.lib.hkbu.edu.hk/view.php?id=10812>.


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