Louis Cha

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Zhang Jizhong - Career - Adaptations of wuxia Novels
... In 1999, Hong Kong writer Louis Cha told a mainland Chinese newspaper that if CCTV treated an adaptation of one of his novels as seriously as with Romance of the Three ... Zhang faxed Cha a reply and the next day, Cha gave me Zhang the permission to choose one from his 14 novels ... frame, carved some patterns on it, inserted a one yuan note and gave it to Cha, who was pleased by the gift and the two have collaborated since then ...
Kung Fu Hustle - Cast
... a technique known as the Lion's Roar, a skill used by the "Golden Haired Lion King" Xie Xun in Louis Cha's novel The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber ... on Sing, the "Toad Skill", is practised by "Western Venom" Ouyang Feng, a villain in Louis Cha's Condor Trilogy novel series ... opponents by playing their harp, resembles the "Seven Strings Invisible Swords" in Louis Cha's novel The Smiling, Proud Wanderer ...
Wuxia Films - Themes, Plots and Settings
... Louis Cha's Swordswoman Riding West on White Horse or The Book and the Sword are examples of possibly realistic wuxia stories ... Yusheng's novels, such as Baifa MonĂ¼ Zhuan, and in most of Louis Cha's as well ... For instance, the opening chapters of Louis Cha's works follow a certain pattern a tragic event occurs, usually one that costs the lives of the newly introduced characters, and then it sets ...

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