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Copy of Fist of Fury

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Meng-Chun Tsou

on 11 January 2016

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Nationalism is essentially a shared group feeling in the significance of a geographical and sometimes demographic region seeking independence for its culture and ethnicity that holds that group together. This can be expressed as a belief or political ideology that involves an individual identifying with or becoming attached to one's nation. Nationalism involves national identity, by contrast with the related concept of patriotism, which involves the social conditioning and personal behaviors that support a state's decisions and actions.

 is a traditional Okinawan martial arts weapon consisting of two sticks connected at one end by a short chain or rope.

Martial arts film
Martial arts film is a film genre. A subgenre of the action film, martial arts films contain numerous martial arts fights between characters, usually as the films' primary appeal and entertainment value, and often as a method of storytelling and character expression and development. Martial arts are frequently featured in training scenes and other sequences in addition to fights. Martial arts films commonly include other types of action, such as stuntwork, chases, and gunfights.

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Fist of Fury
Bushido, literally meaning "the way of the warrior", is a Japanese word for the way of the samuraii life, loosely analogous to the concept of chivalry.

Bushido, literally meaning "the way of the warrior", is a Japanese word for the way of the samuraii life, loosely analogous to the concept of chivalry.

Sick man of East Asia
The phrase “Sick man of East Asia" originally referred to China in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when it was riven by internal divisions and taken advantage by the great powers through force, into a series of Unequal Treaties, culminating in the Japanese invasion of China during World War II.

Apprenticeship is a system of training a new generation of practitioners of a trade or profession with on-the-job training and often some accompanying study.Apprenticeship also enable practitioners to gain a license to practice in a regulated profession.
Mizongyi is a style of Chinese martial art based on deception and mobility. Mizong is also known as Mízōngquán and Yanqingquan and there are many sub-branches of this style.


Fist of Fury
, also known as The Chinese Connection in the United States, is a 1972 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Lo Wei,starring Bruce Lee in his second major role after The Big Boss (1971).
To memorize Bruce Lee's seventh aniversary of the birth,the movie re-released after adapted in 1980.

The film spawned 3 sequels, they were New Fist of Fury (1976),
Fist of Fury II (1977), and Fist of Fury III (1979).

In early 20th century Shanghai, Chen Zhen returns to Jingwu School to marry his fiancee.
However, tragic news awaits him: his master Huo Yuanjia has died, apparently from illness.
Chen is deeply saddened and traumatised by the sudden demise of his teacher.

During the funeral,Wu En, the Japanese dojo's grandmaster Hiroshi Suzuki's translator and adviser, those from a Japanese dojo in Hongkou District arrive to taunt the Jingwu students.

They present a sign to Jingwu School, bearing the words "Sick Man of East Asia", seemingly to insult Huo Yuanjia,
describing the Chinese as "weaklings" in comparison to the Japanese.

Shortly after, Chen Zhen goes to the Hongkou dojo alone to return the "gift" (the sign).Chen Zhen defeats all of them, including their sensei, single-handedly and effortlessly. He uses a nunchaku as a weapon during the fight. He smashes the glass on the sign and makes the students who taunted him earlier chew up the paper bearing the derogatory words, so as to make them literally "eat their words".

Meanwhile, the Japanese students and their master retaliate by attacking Jingwu School on the orders of Suzuki.
After causing severe damage, the Japanese students leave.
Wu, following the Japanese students, warns Jingwu School to hand over Chen. Chen returns and realises that he has caused big trouble. His fellow students are reluctant to hand him over to the Japanese, so they make plans to help him escape from Shanghai.

That night, Chen Zhen discovers that Master Huo had all along been poisoned by Tien, the cook.
Because of it ,Chen Zhen decided to bring the justice those responsible for his master's death.

Inspector Lo arrives at Jingwu to arrest Chen, who agrees to surrender himself to Lo to protect his master's legacy. Lo tells Chen that he can always trust him since he is Chinese.
As he exits the school, Chen faces a line of armed soldiers and suited officials at the outer gate, all pointing their weapons at him as a firing squad. Furious,
Chen charges the line and makes a flying kick as gunshots sound and ultimately kill him.

The term " sick man of Asia " first appeared as " the sick man of the East ." By the time the British -run English-language newspaper Shanghai " North China Daily News " article October 17, 1896 , the British author criticized bureaucratic corruption , and the harsh living conditions of late Qing government .

Sick man of East Asia mainly reffered that the Chinese people on the ideological level of spiritual numbness , atrophy , ignorance, and indifference in the face of totalitarian rule. They were submissive , and without national consciousness.

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