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History
Bak Mei (Chinese: 白眉; literally: "White Eyebrows")
Is said to have been one of the legendary Five Elders survivors of the destruction of the Shaolin Temple by the Qing Dynasty imperial regime (16441912) who, according to some accounts, betrayed Shaolin to the imperial government. He shares his name with the Southern Chinese martial art attributed to him.
Bak Mei has been fictionalized in Hong Kong films such as Executioners from Shaolin (1977), Abbot of Shaolin (1979), and Clan of the White Lotus (1980). Recently, Bak Mei is better known in the West as "Pai Mei" (the Wade-Giles romanization of his name in Mandarin), played by Gordon Liu in the Hollywood film Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004).

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Style
Bak Mei Forms:
直步標指 - Jik Bou Biu Ji
十字拳 - Sup Ji Kuen (also called Sek Si)
石獅拳 - Sek Si Kuen (also called Sup Ji)
三門八卦 - Saam Mun Baat Gwa Kuen
四門八卦 - Sei Mun Baat Gwa Kuen
九步推 - Gau Bou Tui

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Videography

Pak Mei Kung Fu ~ Master Man Kwong Fong 1995

28:25

白眉 Pak Mei in the court

1:32

Bak Mei - 9 Step Push [白眉拳 - 九步推]

1:03

Bak Mei Chain Punch

2:22

Bak Mei Sek See

1:28

Bak Mei Short Torque Power

2:19

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