The Mask of the King
The lessons of kung fu are taught by Chinese folktales depicting a king who always wears a mask in public, a kind old man, a young bride who argues with her mother-in-law, and a thief who is brought to justice.
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ability able anger anymore argue asked attitude bad luck began bring brought cause changed child China Chinese continue controlled her temper covered crippled culture curtain daughter day Li-Li Dear decided designed encourage escape especially explained expression fear feel fighting Finally friends front gave gentle old give habits hand happened happy herbs hope horse Huang husband judge Jwing-Ming keep killed king later leave lightly Long long look lose mask meeting merchants mother mother-in mother-in-law neighbors heard never obey officials old man's neighbors passed person poison police predict problem push the bell quickly rare real face reason respect ride rule the country seen served share short simply situation six months slit solemn solve soon realized stallion stories tell thief thought told touch treat unlucky event upset weeks white mare wife wish worse