功夫梦 – The Karate Kid Streaming Online

For those who have yet to watch the latest 2010 remake of the 1984 “The Karate Kid”, you can stream it for free through QiYi.com (奇艺 qi2yi4); though I feel that the movie title should be changed to “The Kung Fu Kid”, since the Chinese title of the movie is 功夫梦  (gong1fu meng4 – aka: dreaming of Kung Fu), and the martial art in the movie is no longer the Japanese Karate, but the Chinese Kung Fu- but that’s just me =)


I hadn’t heard of QiYi before, so I did a bit of research, and I found out that the difference between qiyi.com and other mainland online streaming video services, such as tudou.com and youku.com, is that QiYi aims to gather all of its video content through legal means through several copyright intermediary sources. This also allows QiYi to obtain higher quality and resolution videos, which is pretty nice if you’re wanting to project a movie on a screen to watch with friends.

Here’s the direct link to The Karate Kid on QiYi.com
(http://www.qiyi.com/dianying/20100725/n26619.html)

By the way, if you are those who would like to learn Chinese by watching movies, I’d recommend a product launched recently, it’s great option for those who wanted to learn Chinese in a casual and fun way.

Kungfu Jet Li and adidas get together(Wu Ji Videos)

(ChinaDaily)-What happens when world famous kungfu actor Jet Li and world leading sportswear brand adidas get together? You get a collection of men’s sportswear Wu Ji-武极(wu3ji2) which would be inspired by the age-old Chinese philosophy. The Wu Ji collection includes four series, each designed for a particular season.(玄水)has been launched for this summer, while the othe three-火光(fire), 妙土(earth) and 真气(spirit) will be unveiled in the coming seasons. Watch Wu Ji concept, course and origin here adidas.com/wuji (all in Chinese, practise your listening)

The message behind the Wu Ji collection is one of harmony between human beings and nature.

Let’s feel it in this latest Wu Ji video by Jet Li-心体谐一,没有不可能