This tattoo is called Sak Yant.  They originally came from the Khmer Empire and now its spread across S.E Asia. They are also called Magic tattoos. They protect you from bodily harm , evil spirits and bad luck . Angelina Jolie has sak yant on her back in various places. I have sak yant on my face and chest. Now a lot of celebrity are getting sak yant so their wealth can prosper.

This tattoo is called Sak Yant.  They originally came from the Khmer Empire and now its spread across S.E Asia. They are also called Magic tattoos. They protect you from bodily harm , evil spirits and bad luck . Angelina Jolie has sak yant on her back in various places. I have sak yant on my face and chest. Now a lot of celebrity are getting sak yant so their wealth can prosper.

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can you give recommendations for Yeun Biao films?

gutsanduppercuts:

Yuen Biao has an extremely watchable filmography, but his “must see” films are…

  • Prodigal Son
  • Righting Wrongs (aka Above the Law)
  • Knockabout
  • Wheels on Meals
  • Dragons Forever
  • Eastern Condors
  • Millionaire’s Express (aka Shanghai Express)

Once you’ve seen those, he does have a number of other great films he’s been in. They just may not be classics and/or he has a smaller role. I’d definitely pick these up…

  • The Magnificent Butcher
  • Project A
  • Dreadnaught
  • Ip Man: The Legend is Born
  • The Young Master
  • Once Upon a Time in China 2
  • Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars
  • My Lucky Stars

Then you have the films that are okay but still have pretty great action, like…

  • Once Upon a Chinese Hero (aka Kickboxer)
  • The Iceman Cometh
  • Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain

He’s a million films where he’s an extra too (including “Enter the Dragon”) but they don’t exactly highlight his abilities. He’s doubled for pretty much every actor to ever star in kung fu films.

I hope this helps!

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