When Jackie Chan returned to his famous action franchise he played his role much more seriously. As Hong Kong cop Inspector Chan Kwok-wing, he seeks solace in a bottle when he blames himself for the tragic fate of his team. Whilst Chan is seriously sozzled, the pair stumble into some villains in a bar room brawl.
The Buddhist style is related to the Shaolin temple while the Daoist style is based on the Daoist tale of the drunken Eight Immortals. Zui quan has the most unusual body movements among all styles of Chinese martial arts. Hitting, grappling, locking, dodging, feintingground and aerial fighting and all other sophisticated methods of combat are incorporated.
Styles of Chinese martial arts —————. It is an ancient style and its origins are mainly traced back to the famous Buddhist and Daoist sects. The Buddhist style is related to the Shaolin temple while the Daoist style is based on the Daoist tale of the drunken Eight Immortals.
The basic principle behind the form is to exhaust, annoy and confuse the opponent with erratic and seemingly unstable movements in short, the practitioner very much behaves like a drunk. The drunken boxer staggers and falls while at the same time releases powerful blows, and feigns defence while attacking at the same time. This of course requires a lot of alertness and coordinationbut legend has it that the master who invented the form actually performed better after having a drink.
In this section you will learn a few basic Drunken Style techniques. The drunken style is one of the most famous, traditional wushu kung fu styles. The drunken style is a traditional style, but there are also modern drunken style forms.
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Sign in. R min Action, Comedy. A young martial artist is caught between respecting his pacifist father's wishes or stopping a group of disrespectful foreigners from stealing precious artifacts.
It is a style of Wushu that imitates a drunkard in its movements. The postures are created by momentum and weight of the body, and imitation is generally through staggering and a certain type of fluidity in the movements. Part of the idea here is to make one's movements unpredictable because it doesn't look like any normal martial art.