When two outsiders want to enter the famous Oolong Courtyard school despite their unusual conduct, the Kung Fu apprentices are dubious.
Wang Ning as Ah Wei
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Ng Man Tat as Master Zhang Mei
Ng Man-tat was a seasoned Hong Kong actor who has won hundreds of prizes, including Best Supporting Actor at the 10th Hong Kong Film Awards for his part in A Moment of Romance.
Ng Man Tat, a native of Fujian province, graduated from the TVB Television training program in 1974 and rapidly established himself in Hong Kong television variety shows such as 'Enjoy Yourself Tonight' and long-running serials such as 'Chor Lau Heung' and 'Police Cadet 84.' He didn't gain prominence on the big screen until 1990, when he paired his complementing comedic timing with Stephen Chow in the Cantonese dialect HK hit 'All for the Winner.'
Ng died of liver cancer on February 27, 2021 at Tai Wai's Union Hospital in Hong Kong.
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