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  • The great master Ip Man once composed the origin of Wing Chun.

  • My ancestral master Yim Wing Chun, whose nationality of origin was Guangdong.

  • Her mother died early and her father Yim Yi was almost framed into jail.

  • He then brought Wing Chun along to Mount Daliang.

  • They ran a tofu shop there for a living.

  • Yim's tofu shop

  • I'm Wing Chun, I love to smile

  • and I love seeing people smile.

  • Smile, without seeing the teeth.

  • It shouldn't be only seeing the teeth and without seeing the eyes.

  • Wing Chin, you're so nice.

  • She's Wing Chun, a happy girl.

  • She gets happy as she sees others happy.

  • I have a little request.

  • Please smile more often.

  • I think your smile...

  • would be so charming.

  • My dad, Yim Yi who was once a disciple of Shaolin.

  • He has been teaching me kung-fu since I was small.

  • So I used to think that my kung-fu is good.

  • Then I found out that my father's kung-fu is just so-so.

  • But the dish he made is just wonderful.

  • Here comes the pepper!

  • This is my cousin, Ying Chun, she has good manners.

  • But she hates to smile.

  • So there're so many customers curious about her.

  • Luckily, we have Bro Cow.

  • He's my cousin's guardian.

  • My lovely Ying Chun, come here.

  • Give me the bill, please.

  • You're so pretty...

  • Sir!

  • Two tofu and one tofu pudding.

  • That will be 5 dollars for total.

  • Is the tofu nice?

  • Be careful, sir.

  • It's nice...

  • The tofu is nice...

  • Bye, sir!

  • Wu Yin, a carpenter.

  • His craftsmanship is good and the price is reasonable.

  • All the furniture in tofu shop is made by him.

  • His smile is cute.

  • His problem is he lost to me in a match for grinding beans

  • but he refused to admit that.

  • It is a peaceful small town.

  • Uncle Chicken, he's a kidult. He often designs different games to play with us.

  • That's gambling, our neighbors love that.

  • They would gamble for Wu Yin runs away for denying his loss...

  • ...whether I will run after him or even I would get him or not.

  • Also whether we will get into a fight and who will win.

  • As long as everyone is happy for that, I will do it.

  • Uncle, you'd better advise cousin

  • not to hang around with Wu Yin anymore.

  • I did, but she just didn't listen to me.

  • I can do nothing about it.

  • You're conniving her too much.

  • Cow.

  • Am I conniving Wing Chun?

  • You're not conniving her, you're spoiling her.

  • Mr. Wong.

  • Mr. Ku.

  • Your eyes are black, how many days you've not slept?

  • Have some tea.

  • Go ahead...

  • Mr. Wong, Mr. Chan.

  • This is called Mount Dew.

  • It's a famous tea in Sichuan.

  • The smell is strong and it tastes sweet.

  • From Tang dynasty till Qing dynasty,

  • it used to be an imperial tribute.

  • Imperial tribute, it's wonderful.

  • Good tea...

  • It's really a good one.

  • Teas yielded from different places will have flavors.

  • Even for different seasons,

  • we will have different methods of fermentation.

  • In spring, it's better to taste fruit tea.

  • It's not being fermented, it'd be like teenage girls.

  • It's so refreshing.

  • While in summer, we'd try Longjing.

  • It's gentle and elegant.

  • It's like drinking with a beauty, so carefree and joyous.

  • In autumn, we'd taste Tieguanyin.

  • It's fragrant and "sweet" aftertaste, it's like chatting with a beautiful woman.

  • For winter, we'd go for aged Puerh.

  • It tastes mellow, smooth, thick and rich.

  • The smell originates in the lower abdomen and rushes to the head.

  • It will be so refreshing.

  • Mr. Leung is so educated.

  • It's time to reveal my little trick.

  • Fatty.

  • Come here and let them see that.

  • Okay.

  • Please check it out.

  • Watch careful.

  • Aren't his black eyes and eye bags all gone?

  • They're all gone.

  • Why?

  • Would tea leaves have such magical effect?

  • You're right!

  • Not just this.

  • Fatty, how do you feel?

  • I'm so energetic now.

  • There's a power running through my body.

  • I have to release it.

  • My appetite is getting better.

  • It's so wonderful.

  • Young master.

  • Dad! Mom!

  • Tell him to go to Liang Shan, you got it?

  • Dad, mom, I'm back.

  • Look, our son is back.

  • Son, you're back!

  • Dad, mom.

  • You're back?

  • Have a seat.

  • Dad.

  • Mom.

  • Good...

  • Come on, have a seat.

  • Chou.

  • Where have you been?

  • I've been to Suzhou, Hangzhou, Yangzhou, Wuxi.

  • Dad, you wanna get a new snuff bottle, right?

  • Yeah.

  • I bought a refined one, see if you like it or not.

  • Dad, see it.

  • Good stuff.

  • Of course.

  • I've been growing up in a scholarly family and with your teaching,

  • wouldn't I have a bad taste?

  • Son, you've a bias in favor of your dad.

  • Mom, I also have something for you.

  • Really?

  • Let me see.

  • A pair of jade cups?

  • Dad and you love drinking tea.

  • Then you could have it together.

  • Chou.

  • Do you still remember

  • your dad's friend, Uncle Yim?

  • You told me that many times already.

  • He's a Shaolin disciple, he's from a scholarly family too.

  • He has a daughter, Yim Wing Chun.

  • She's so gentle and educated.

  • It's in my mind already.

  • I mean, Chou,

  • you're going to Sichuan for purchasing.

  • I want you to go to Da Liang Shan

  • to visit Uncle Yim's home.

  • Mom, your hair looks great today.

  • You're so attentive.

  • But not everyone would appreciate that.

  • Look, not again.

  • I've been enjoying it for so many years.

  • My eyesight is getting weak though.

  • Well, you mean...

  • it'd be my fault, right?

  • What do you mean?

  • What's wrong with you?

  • Do you wanna fight?

  • Come on! Ain't I scared?

  • Mom...

  • Dad, what did you say about Uncle Yim?

  • He saved me when I was young.

  • He's our benefactor.

  • As Mrs. Yim gave birth to Wing Chun,

  • we decided to be in-laws.

  • Uncle Yim used to write to me

  • saying that Wing Chun is a nice girl

  • who is taking good care of his business.

  • Mom, I don't even know how she looks like,

  • how could I marry her?

  • There's a portrait of her, look.

  • Dad, are you sure?

  • You have to go to Mount Da Liang,

  • to meet your fiance.

  • That's it.

  • Yes.

  • Buns, meat buns.

  • Leung Bao Chou, my prearranged fiance.

  • He's quite handsome and educated.

  • He's good at business.

  • But he's not virile enough.

  • I like a manly man.

  • It's unfortunate that I had been too rough

  • as I first met him.

  • Excuse me...

  • Excuse me...

  • Wanna run?

  • I quit... I lost.

  • Till now?

  • It's too late, go!

  • Wing Chun won...

  • Jesus?

  • Chou, I've never imagined

  • there would be such a girl in the village.

  • She's fighting so hard and fierce.

  • She even ripped off his clothes, look.

  • It'd be a nightmare

  • to the one who would marry her.

  • Love you... beat you up!

  • It's this one.

  • Let's go inside. Okay.

  • Is Bao Chou coming?

  • Bao Chou.

  • How do you do, Uncle Yim?

  • You don't have to, have a seat.

  • Okay.

  • Fatty, bring over my parents' gift.

  • Okay.

  • That's so nice.

  • Uncle Yim.

  • This is Da Hong Pao from Mount Wuyi and the foreign Ceylon tea.

  • Hope you will like it.

  • You have gift for me?

  • Ying Chun, put that inside carefully.

  • We have been friends for generations.

  • Bao Chun, have you eaten yet?

  • Well, try our famous dish.

  • They are all made from tofu.

  • Eating veggie? I'd rather...

  • It'd be my honor.

  • Go ahead.

  • Ying Chun, serve Bao Chou for me.

  • I'll get Wing Chun here.

  • Yes, uncle.

  • Bao Chou... Dad!

  • Coming.

  • No more gypsum, I've to buy some...

  • Excuse me...

  • Hello, Wing Chun.

  • Excuse me.

  • Who is he?

  • Excuse me.

  • Oh my god!

  • Jesus Christ!

  • How coincident?

  • But Confucius said before...

  • the best is to get away at once.

  • Did he say that?

  • I said that.

  • That young man outside...

  • is Uncle Leung's son...

  • You... Wing Chun!

  • Listen to me!

  • He came all the way from Guangdong to here.

  • You'd better get changed and meet him.

  • Cow.

  • Where's Bao Chou?

  • He left already.

  • He left?

  • Ying Chun, why did Bao Chun leave so suddenly?

  • Uncle, Mr. Leung had a diarrhea

  • and he went back to motel to have a rest.

  • He said he...

  • Dad.

  • Too bad.

  • Is this okay?

  • Where's he?

  • Cousin, he's gone.

  • Gone?

  • No, he ran away.

  • I spent much time to dress up, how dare he ran away?

  • What the hell!

  • Wing Chun!

  • Chou...