Each episode has a different hosts who travels to interview grand masters of their fighting style, which share their actual combat style with the host by the hosts and discus the nature of their Chinese Kung Fu style.




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Series cast summary:
Mark Wong Mark Wong ...  Himself 1 episode, 2013
Charlene Houghton Charlene Houghton ...  Herself 2 episodes


Modern Chinese martial arts are inherent to their emotional complexes resulting in various martial arts practitioners constantly looking for sources to seek the root as well as new outlets for this kind of ancient culture, no matter it is via the books, media, competitions, performance or maintaining the healthy lifestyles. The fact why Kung Fu has become a legend could never be illustrated in a few sentences. The programme "Kung Fu Quest" hereby wishes to present the genuine side of the traditional Kung Fu in representing the valuable character, physique and spirit that underlined the Chinese Martial Arts. Written by Joe

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Release Date:

21 December 2013 (Hong Kong) See more »

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Kung Fu Quest 1 See more »


Box Office


HKD500,000 (estimated)
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This series promotes traditional Chinese martial arts using soft techniques (techniques which deflect attacks or unbalance attacker) rather than the modern hard techniques (attempting to breaking bones, as demonstrated by breaking boards). See more »

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Very interesting look in to Kung Fu philosophy...
20 April 2016 | by AnonymousCriticSee all my reviews

The series revolves around individuals who travel to interview and train with grand masters, who not only speak with authority but demonstrate their well practiced and impressive skill. The host themselves are clearly proficient martial arts themselves and pick up on (and point out) some of the more subtle techniques used by the Grand masters.

Whilst these episodes are in Cantonese, the English subtitles are very good, and following the in depth training an interviews is easy, you soon forget that you are reading subtitles at all.

The reasoning behind the series remains clear throughout, that whilst Kung Fu has a long history in China, the martial arts within each school (with its own profound uniqueness) is being lost in mainland china, in favor of Western / hard technique martial art forms.

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