Lin Chong is a fictional character in the Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. He ranks 6th of the 36 Heavenly Spirits of the 108 Liangshan heroes and is nicknamed "Panther Head". In the world of published fiction, he is a former student of Zhou Tong.
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... Gao Qiu's villainy is exhibited in the story of Lin Chong, one of the 108 Liangshan outlaws and protagonists of the story ... Gao Qiu's foster son, Gao Yanei, is attracted to Lin Chong's wife and attempts to seize her for himself, but his plans have been foiled by Lin Chong ... Gao Yanei collaborates with his foster father to frame Lin Chong for attempted assassination on a government official and Lin is convicted and sentenced ...
... He meets Lin Chong, the martial arts instructor of the 800,000 strong Imperial Guards, and they become sworn brothers ... When Lin Chong is framed and exiled to Cangzhou, Lu Zhishen secretly follows him and protects him from the guards who have been bribed to kill him along ...
... According to Shuo Yue Quanzhuan, Lin Chong and Lu Junyi of the 108 outlaws in Water Margin were former students of Yue's teacher Zhou Tong ... eighteen martial arts masters in Shaolin, lists Lin Chong (#13) as a master of "Mandarin ducks kicking technique" ... Lineage Mantis master Yuen Man Kai openly claims Zhou Tong taught Lin Chong and Lu Junyi the "same school" of martial arts that was later combined ...
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... The story of how Lin Chong becomes an outlaw has become a subject for a Beijing opera titled Wild Boar Forest (Chinese 野猪林 pinyin Yě Zhū Lín), named after one of the chapters in ...
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