American Shaolin: Flying Kicks, Buddhist Monks, and the Legend of Iron Crotch: An Odyssey in the New China - Book 5: Disciple, Chapters 1-3, 'Challenge Match,' 'Mistress Management' and 'Tournament' Summary & Analysis

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Book 5: Disciple, Chapters 1-3, 'Challenge Match,' 'Mistress Management' and 'Tournament' Summary

This chapter revisits the fight that began in the prologue chapter: Matt versus Master Wu. Matt takes advantage of Master Wu's weaknesses to punch him repeatedly in the face, before following up with other moves to finish him off. Wu surrenders, but then accuses Matt of cheating. Matt is angry and starts yelling at Wu, but Deqing holds him back. They all go for drinks and the monks congratulate Matt for defending Shaolin's honor.

After the fight Pierre, the French photojournalist, begins to hang around Matt and his friends too much. When Deqing puts an arm around his shoulders, Pierre comes to Matt and John Lee panicking that Deqing is homosexual and might force himself on him. Matt and John Lee tease Pierre...

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