wushu master

Send me any of the following EXO questions :D ;

2. Kim Jongin or Kai?
3. MAMA or History?
4. Wolf or Growl?
5. Dancing line or Dansheen line? 
6. Whose voice in the Vocal line do you like the most? 
7. EXO K or EXO M
8. Leader Suho or Leader Krease?
9. Sassy Baek or Diva Chen?
10. Bulge or Booty?

Fuck, Marry, or Kill 

11. Kai, Sehun, Tao 
12. Kris, Chanyeol, Baekhyun, 
13. Luhan, Xiumin, Suho
14. Chen, Kyungsoo, Baekhyun
15. Lay, Tao, Suho
16. Kai, Chen, Kyungsoo
17. Sehun, Baekhyun, Tao 
18 Kris, Tao, Chanyeol
19. Chanyeol, Baekhyun, Chen
20. Give me three names


21. What’s your favorite song off the XOXO Album?
22. Your favorite song off the Christmas album?
23. Favorite song off MAMA album?
24. Your favorite EXO song? 
25. Favorite hair color on {insert member’s name} 
26. Favorite EXO SHOWTIME episode? 

Other random questions

27. Is chicken your style? 
28. Lay’s EXO SHOWTIME theme song or EXO SHOWTIME theme song ft. RAPBYUN?
29. The galaxy or under the sea? 
30. Would you rather be EXO’s stylist Noona or EXO’s makeup noona? 
31. Would you rather be a Wushu master or a Barista?
32. Who moved up on your EXO bias list from debut to now? 
33. Which member of EXO would you wish was your brother? 
34. 5 reasons why you love EXO 
35. 5 things you wished EXO’s stylist didn’t make them wear
36. Who makes you want to punch them in face cause you just can't 
37. Who gives you feels, but you wish they didnt?
38. 10 Million dollars or a chance to be with EXO for 24 hours?
39. Your thoughts on Krease’s english.
40. Your bias list for EXO

One of my favourite on screen weapons: the rope dart.

I’ve always been enamored with how martial artist use the rope dart. The flick off the foot, around the back, the twist around the neck etc. It always looks so dope. Even Jackie pulls out some solid rope dart work (or rope and horse shoe) in “Shanghai Noon”.
This scene is from the Wushu filled film, “South Shaolin Master”.


The preparation for the role really came from talking with the show’s creators, David Benioff and Dan Weiss, and one of the show’s directors, Alex Graves. They invited me into dialogues about the character very early; what motivates him, what makes him human. They were very trusting and generous, so there was a lot of room to explore, and to let the imagination run free. The writing was so good, so that really did most of the work.  The stunt team put me in some Wushu training with a master of the form for a couple of weeks before I started, and very intense fight rehearsals throughout. [x]

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Quite a few month I haven’t talk to you, hope you are OK ^^!
I miss seeing your comics … I just stalked your blog and see nothing much actually! 
Thanks for still put Kris in everything…

How are you?
I think I started seeing you from September or August last year… its beeen already a year…. Thank you for your arts and many things you did … the comics you created really made me happy, OWO,
Sorreey I talked a lot TT!

— misanthropic-infanticide

Thank you for supporting me for a long time! I’m very good these days^^ You see, I’m updating frequently this week. Oh, It is an one-year anniversary soon! Thank you very much♡

Anonymous said to exonewcomer:LOL. Your Girly!suho and xiuhan vs taod.o are not only make me smile, but actually make My day! #giggles all day long Like a nut. Like, omfg, Tao c'mon. You’re the wushu master, right? How can you end up hiding behind that squshy lil’ thing? What Have you done to lu-ge? Hahaha… Okay. Ahem. So… I’ve been thinking for this whole month that… D.o and Tao are of the same age-aren’t they? Glad to see ‘93 liners and '94 liners ruining their hyungs life! #smiling creepyly

hahaaahha keep calm please~~~^^ ^^ ^^ I still can’t believe that they are the same age, and '94 liner are older than them haha…

Anonymous said to exonewcomer:O_o …. Marry me?


Anonymous said to exonewcomer:I saw somebody died on the right corner. Who’s that poor guy? @-@

um… maybe chanyeol ssi?

Anonymous said to exonewcomer:Could you draw kris reaction when he saw suho perform as a girl please?

I really love your drawings so much that I just had to send this message. Keep up the awesome work and thanks for still including Kris:D — ulbookworm


Anonymous said to exonewcomer:omg your drawings are amazing i wish i could draw like that ^^

Thanks, I want to improve further~~~ Let's practice together!! 

Anonymous said to exonewcomer:Exo on summer camp?

I already have a same request! Please wait just a little longer~

There have been some things that make me feel very depressed recently.. but thank your paintings always make me able to cheer myself up! As a fan I always have been support for you~ Hope you have a Nice day! Continue to share more and better exo~^^ Love & Thanks ♡ — parksunday

Oh, are you alright? I’ll do whatever I can to gain your smile! Fighting!!!
You are cute [Tao]

“Oh god, oppa!” You laughed without stopping as Tao hid behind the sofa.
“Why are you laughing Y/N?! There’s a bug there! Take it away!!” He cried, trying to hide from the little bug that was walking near the window. “Please.. stop laughing…” 
“I’m sorry, I can’t.. just the thought of my wushu master being so afraid of.. bugs.. it kills me” You continued laughing as you opened the window, letting the bug leave the house on its own. “Not so scary now, hm?”

“Oh hush! Don’t say that… is it gone now?” He peeped his head through the sofa, truly scared.
“Yes, it is. Now come here and continue cuddling with me!” You pouted, sitting again on the sofa, waiting for his arms to wrap your waist. “Thank god… I thought it was going to eat me!”
You laughed again, getting in return a judging face. “Oh come on.. do you remember the day we met?” With confusion all over his face, he nodded. “What about that day, Y/N?”
“That day you saved me from some thieves, remember? You looked so scary, jumping around and kicking things. It was really impressive.”
“Well, that day I never imagined that your weak point would be spiders..” You continued, giggling a little.
“Are you making fun of me baobei?” 
“No.. I’m just saying it’s cute. You are cute!” Kissing his cheek, you saw how he smiled, cheeks flushing. 
“Oh hush now! First you laugh and now you say I’m cute! That’s no way of treating your boyfriend!” He pouted, trying to be serious but his little giggles betraying him.
“Then how should I treat my boyfriend hm?” You teased as his face leaned closer to yours, waiting for a soft kiss.
“Like this!” He started tickling you, making you laugh more than ever, your whole body shaking. “Stop! Stop oppa!!”
“Only if you promise you won’t laugh again!”
“Fine!!… Fine!! I promise now stop!” You yelled, begging him to stop.
“Good! Now come here and kiss me. We have all the day for ourselves..” 
“Aish… I love you Tao!”

A/N: I really hope you like it! We don’t get many Tao requests so I’m glad someone did! Thank you! Xo, Admin A~


Action star Donnie Yen placed his deadly hands and feet in cement at Hollywood’s TCL Chinese Theatre Wednesday, voicing hope that his career would inspire fellow Asians to take up acting.

The martial artist – a multiple world champion in the wushu fighting style – was being honored for a body of work mainly in Chinese cinema, although he also stars in the much-anticipated “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.”

“Sometimes being an Asian actor is not easy. Unfortunately, for many years, Asian actors didn’t have the same, equal opportunities,” the 53-year-old Hong Kong resident told AFP at the ceremony.

“But I think that things have been changing,” he added. “And I certainly would like to be one actor that set a good example.”

Overshadowed over the years by Jackie Chan and other sought-after kung fu stars, Yen has been gradually breaking into Hollywood since appearing in Guillermo del Toro’s “Blade II” in 2002.

In “Rogue One,” due to be released on December 16, he plays a warrior monk who is part of a heroic band of rebels that steals plans for the Death Star.

He also stars opposite Vin Diesel in “xXx: Return of Xander Cage,” which hits theaters on January 20.

Born in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong, Yen came to Hong Kong – where he lives now – at the age of two and later moved to the United States, growing up in Boston’s Chinatown.

- ‘Ridiculous stereotype’ -

Much of the star’s inspiration comes from his mother, Bow Sim-Mark, a world famous wushu and tai chi master, at whose internationally-known Chinese Wushu Research Institute the young Yen learned kung fu.

When he became involved in gang violence in Boston at age 16, his worried parents sent him to Beijing, where he spent two years training with the famed Beijing wushu team, studying with the same masters as Jet Li.

Yen’s turning point came when the veteran film director Yuen Wo-ping, the action choreographer for the “Matrix” trilogy, discovered him and helped him break into movies as the new kung fu hero.

Yen has spent years since then using his celebrity to wage a campaign to kick the Asian stereotype out of Hollywood.

In the mid-1990s, he turned down an offer from Francis Ford Coppola because of a script he said contained “a ridiculous stereotype about the Chinese.”

He also rejected an offer to be in the “Tomb Raider” sequel, which China banned for making the country appear lawless and run by secret societies.

“I hope this ceremony, this achievement, will inspire many Chinese actors – not just Chinese actors, but many young actors – that they, too, can achieve the same dream if they put enough hard work into it,” he said before sinking his hands into the cement.

“The force is with me and the force is with everybody.”