The martial artist is strong, powerful, and understands the expression of the human body. They are descendants from the time honored traditional of physical and mental fitness in Confucian culture.
|Unique Style Qualities:||Tough looking, great body posture, wears clothes that are fitting as well as easy for the movement of the body|
|Common Clothing Items:||Wife beater (when training), leather jacket, T-shirt and training pants, fighting gloves|
|Favorite Brands||Sports-related stores|
|Style Attraction Switches (SAS)||The ability to kiss someone’s ass, discipline in training, build of body and mind, control over power, compassion over others in defending oneself (sometimes abused), strength (physical and mental)|
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|Natural Habitat||Gyms, Martial Arts studios, Wu Shu exhibitions|
The stereotypical image of the Asian man in the US has transformed, mostly thanks to the martial artists. In “Romeo Must Die”, Jet Li set a new boundary in black and Asian culture next to Aaliyah (RIP). Soon after, Jackie Chan was dating Jennifer Love Hewett in “The Tuxedo” and Jet Li married another white girl in “The One”.
These days Asian-White hookups are much more common and continues to be exemplified in recent movies such as “Harold and Kumar A Very 3D Christmas”, “Fast Five” and “The Namesake” (Kal Penn). Martial Arts can also be practiced by others and this presents an interesting mixed duality in Western movie stars like Jason Statham and Chuck Norris [Insert Joke Here]. Furthermore, MMA fighting has taken off in the US and this is also another lineage of Bruce Lee and martial arts’ legacy.
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Example of a fight scene, creatively choreographed from Romeo Must Die