American Shaolin: Flying Kicks, Buddhist Monks, and the Legend of Iron Crotch: An Odyssey in the New China - Book 4: Apprentice, Chapters 5-7, 'Dirty Jokes and Beer,' 'Pride and Penance' and 'Another American' Summary & Analysis

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Book 4: Apprentice, Chapters 5-7, 'Dirty Jokes and Beer,' 'Pride and Penance' and 'Another American' Summary

An old student called Long Spear visits Shaolin. He is now at Wuhan Sports University and Matt asks him about Wuhan, as he knows he will face the Champion from there at the Zheng Zhou tournament. Long Spear offers for Matt to come back to Wuhan with him to meet the Champ. Matt accepts.

At Wuhan Sports University Matt is introduced to Long Spear's teammates, then Long Spear takes him to meet Wrestler #1, the big man on campus. It is obvious that Long Spear wants to impress him by introducing a foreigner to him. Wrestler #1 sees what he is doing and refuses to acknowledge Matt, so Matt tells Wrestler #1 that he wants to throw him...

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