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- proper n. A style of martial arts known as Zui Quan which imitates the movements of a drunkard, both to make the power movements more fluid, as well as for deception.
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Period martial arts movies have become more wuxia in appearance, with a lot of wire fu--there were a few exceptions, like Jackie Chan's Drunken Fist 2, thanks to the participation of both Chan and the direction of Lau Kar Leung.
The first collector’s item issue he released was the Kung Fu Special that told the back stories of the four launch titles, Oriental Heroes, The Force Of Buddha’s Palm, Drunken Fist and Blood Sword.