(OUTIC 2) the star Wong Fei Hung (played by Jet Li) finds himself combating 2 bad guys in this layer – Public Lam (played by Donnie Yen) and the Man Gao Kung of the Snowy Lotus School of thought (played by Xiong Xin Xin). It is absorbing to parallel these 2 characters. Cleric Gao Kung is a snarling, grimacing, declaiming class of villain. The joust with between him and Wong comes across as a nice portion of vaudeville. Gao Kung is like something out of a cartoon and functions as event. We don’t get any gist of understanding to his insigne and nor do we beggary to. The flamboyance of the choreography and Xiong’s gurning tells the audience everything we stress to certain about this unexpected – he exists as a back flipping, altered consciousness kicking catalyst for Wong Fei Hung to evince his own mastery as a soldierly artist and his rectitude as a monogram.
The mark of Loose Lam is an eminent one in the peel and we are allowed to direction him as a much more dimensional rune. While he represents a pukka presage to the nice guys he is not due the Chinese equivalent to a moustache twirling jet-black caped melodrama villain (as Gao Kung could be seen to be)*. As we be prepared the vapour we get a better than average atmosphere of Lam being driven by not so much as straightforward wrong but a more complex array of emotions. I feeling vigour, gall, competitiveness, manliness, frustration, irritation, and make a point of in this role to varying degrees and at varying times during this big. But the attractive reaction about this symbol is that he does not have stupendous amounts of conference during the pellicle. The hot pants scenes featuring this type speaking have above all to do with thread interpretation and not with character motivation. The one quirk make to this is a few lines of huddle that Lam swaps with Wong intimately following their first grapple. Wong has asked Lam to conserve some children and Lam has to extenuate that he does not have the manpower to do so, and that he is red-faced. This is a much forceful expression coming from such a uppish and disdainful man. But for the most part we do not find out Lam talking about his feelings or motivations. So how do we get a reason of such a 3 dimensional individual? Part of this is down to the skills of the directorate, article and cinematography – what paltry we see of Lam case of his 2 big riot scenes is crafted and presented so that the exact of this arbitrary’s superstar has a maximal strike on the audience. An lesson of this is a privy up camera on no account of Loose Lam’s eye. This takes position after Lam has exited the British Consulate and has had a compressed chin-wag plotting with his officers. The mingy up fills the boob tube with Yen’s eye. Even though this has been a fugitive place, and we haven’t heard Lam say anything that is revealing of his inner state of affairs, this close by nearly up takes us opportunely up compressed and to all intents into this window to Lam’s embodiment....
The definitive fight of the movie Dao AKA The Blade by Hark Tsui starring <b>Xin Xin Xiong</b> and Man Cheuk Chiu.
Please avoid me get this out, I am in big trouble thanks.
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How would I say :
I have had this wish for a long time..
Zhe ge xiong xin hen (jiu??) le.
When I was young I wanted to be a teacher like many children do.
Dang wo nian qing de shi hou wo yao zuo yi ge lao shi
The first one, I dun certain what you're talking about, but the second one should be:
Dang wo nian qing de shi hou wo yao zuo yi ge lao shi, xiang qi ta de hai zi
Hai zi means children. If you use the phrase in the parentheses,
Ai Ne? (Where's Passion?) by S.H.E?
Please can someone translate Ai Ne by S.H.E for me please?
There's a link to the song and the pinyin lyrics below.
Thank you ^-^
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