Ip Man 2

Ip Man 2

Ip Man 2

Donnie Yen reprises his role as Ip Man, a grandmaster of Wing Chun martial arts. Continuing the story from 2008’s Ip Man, he travels to Hong Kong to propagate the discipline of Wing Chun while facing the rivalry of local master Hung Ga. We are also introduced to a young Bruce Lee (Jiang Dai-Yan) who would later become Ip’s most famous disciple.

2010Rating: R16, Contains Violence110 minsHong KongCantonese with English subtitles
ActionBiographyMartial ArtsHistoricalWorld Cinema
Director:
Wilson Yip ('Kill Zone', 'Ip Man')
Writer:
Edmond Wong
Cast:
Donnie YenLynn HungSimon YamSammo Hung Kam-Bo
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Reviews & comments

Bob = Rob

I was just yanking everyone's chain both Bob and Rob are I. I like to talk to myself and dicuss random things in my spare time. Thank You all for reading

We not here for history lessons or debates guys!!

This was by far one of the greatest movies I had ever seen and the bestest sequel.

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Thanks Bob

You've just confirmed exactly what I've been saying, the first group ie the Cantonese are generally regarded as being 'local' Chinese. If you want to learn more about 'local' Chinese then I would suggest reading's by NZ Chinese Historian Dr James Ng. He has written comprehensively on this subject.

Some real research

Presently the New Zealand Chinese are broadly divided into two groups; the Cantonese, who number about 20,000, and the Chinese newcomers, who total about 80,000. It is the Chinese who have a long history in this country, going back in time to the goldfields. From an originally peasant background, today their young adult fifth generation are relatively...

End of story

worldwideweb.archives.presbyterian.org.nz/missions/nzchinesehistory.htm "Despite considerable planning and heavy expenditure by the Synod, problems which included the resignation of Mr Chin and the inability of his successor to master the Cantonese dialect led the Synod to finally appoint the Rev Alexander Don as Missionary to the NZ Chinese in 1879. At...

Rob cannot prove his point....

Nice; you cannot prove your point so you must reduce yorself to pointing out my typos. Go to Arrowtown and do some research, many of the goldminers from China were mandarin speakers.

Bob can't even speak english

I think it is you who should do your research on 'local Chinese' in NZ. Go to Wah Lee's in Hobson, a shop owned by 'local Chinese' who have been here for many generations. What do they speak? Cantonese. By the way, Mandarin is not spelt manderin and it is cease not, research not reasearch..... I won't even go into the poor grammar you used in your...

To Rob

Yeah they were from Canton/Guangzhou but they spoke manderin as did the majority of people in that area during that time. You dont know what your are talking about, please ceast posting. I wont bother arguing with someone who hasent done any reasearch...

MOVIE WITH HONOR AND RESPECT

I saw this at Highland Park(good place); there was a great message in the movie to respect each other's cultures. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie more than I thought I would. There is good in all cultures just as there are elements of not so good. May we bring the best out of each culture and live in peace. Great Movie and great acting with the fighting...

5.0

To Bob

My Grandparents, parents were born in Canton/Guangzhou, they spoke Cantonese. Many of the immigrants of the 1st wave were from this region. Two famous examples of 'Old Generation' Cantonese New Zealander' are Mayor of Dunedin, Peter Chin and Mayor of Gisborne, Meng Foon. Both of whom speak Cantonese. Bob, I am guessing your ancestory is not from the...

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While there is no fight scene quite as ridiculously satisfying as the amazing match in the first film between Yip Man and ten karate black belts, Ip Man 2 is still a very worthy sequel.

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While there is no fight scene quite as ridiculously satisfying as the amazing match in the first film between Yip Man and ten karate black belts, Ip Man 2 is still a very worthy sequel.

4.0

Bob = Rob

I was just yanking everyone's chain both Bob and Rob are I. I like to talk to myself and dicuss random things in my spare time. Thank You all for reading

We not here for history lessons or debates guys!!

This was by far one of the greatest movies I had ever seen and the bestest sequel.

4.0

Thanks Bob

You've just confirmed exactly what I've been saying, the first group ie the Cantonese are generally regarded as being 'local' Chinese. If you want to learn more about 'local' Chinese then I would suggest reading's by NZ Chinese Historian Dr James Ng. He has written comprehensively on this subject.

Some real research

Presently the New Zealand Chinese are broadly divided into two groups; the Cantonese, who number about 20,000, and the Chinese newcomers, who total about 80,000. It is the Chinese who have a long history in this country, going back in time to the goldfields. From an originally peasant background, today their young adult fifth generation are relatively...

End of story

worldwideweb.archives.presbyterian.org.nz/missions/nzchinesehistory.htm "Despite considerable planning and heavy expenditure by the Synod, problems which included the resignation of Mr Chin and the inability of his successor to master the Cantonese dialect led the Synod to finally appoint the Rev Alexander Don as Missionary to the NZ Chinese in 1879. At...

Rob cannot prove his point....

Nice; you cannot prove your point so you must reduce yorself to pointing out my typos. Go to Arrowtown and do some research, many of the goldminers from China were mandarin speakers.

Bob can't even speak english

I think it is you who should do your research on 'local Chinese' in NZ. Go to Wah Lee's in Hobson, a shop owned by 'local Chinese' who have been here for many generations. What do they speak? Cantonese. By the way, Mandarin is not spelt manderin and it is cease not, research not reasearch..... I won't even go into the poor grammar you used in your...

To Rob

Yeah they were from Canton/Guangzhou but they spoke manderin as did the majority of people in that area during that time. You dont know what your are talking about, please ceast posting. I wont bother arguing with someone who hasent done any reasearch...

MOVIE WITH HONOR AND RESPECT

I saw this at Highland Park(good place); there was a great message in the movie to respect each other's cultures. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie more than I thought I would. There is good in all cultures just as there are elements of not so good. May we bring the best out of each culture and live in peace. Great Movie and great acting with the fighting...

5.0

To Bob

My Grandparents, parents were born in Canton/Guangzhou, they spoke Cantonese. Many of the immigrants of the 1st wave were from this region. Two famous examples of 'Old Generation' Cantonese New Zealander' are Mayor of Dunedin, Peter Chin and Mayor of Gisborne, Meng Foon. Both of whom speak Cantonese. Bob, I am guessing your ancestory is not from the...

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