American Shaolin: Flying Kicks, Buddhist Monks, and the Legend of Iron Crotch: An Odyssey in the New China - Book 5: Disciple, Chapters 4-6, 'No Problems,' 'The Western Spear' and 'Endings', and Epilogue: Shaolin Reunion Summary & Analysis

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Book 5: Disciple, Chapters 4-6, 'No Problems,' 'The Western Spear' and 'Endings', and Epilogue: Shaolin Reunion Summary

John Lee drops out of college in America for a year and joins Tsinghua University in Beijing. He tells his father that he wants to improve his Chinese, but in reality he wants to stay where he can visit his girlfriend, the Chinese dancer Yeli. One day Comrade Fish brings the phone into Matt's room, early in the morning, saying that John needs to talk to him. John tells Matt that Yeli is staying with him in the dorms and that her ex-boyfriend and his gang are waiting outside, threatening them. John says that Yeli's ex-boyfriend has ties to the Chinese mafia. Matt promises to come straight away.

Matt tells Deqing and Cheng...

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