A Kid from Tibet

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A Kid from Tibet
AKidFromTibet DVDcover.jpg
US DVD cover
Directed by Yuen Biao
Chan Man-Ching
Raymond Lee (art)
Lau Chau Sang
Produced by Yuen Biao
Written by Barry Wong
Sam Chi-leung
Chan Kam-cheong
Starring Yuen Biao
Michelle Reis
Yuen Wah
Nina Li Chi
Wu Ma
Music by Violet Lam
Cinematography Arthur Wong
Chan Tung-chuen
Editing by Marco Mak
Distributed by Golden Harvest
Release dates January 11, 1992
Running time 97 min
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

A Kid from Tibet (Chinese: 西藏小子) is a 1992 Hong Kong martial arts-action film directed by and starring Yuen Biao. The film features two more former members of the Seven Little Fortunes: Yuen Wah as an evil sorcerer and a cameo appearance from Jackie Chan. A Kid From Tibet is the only film to date that Yuen has directed (though he also had a co-directing credit on 1988's Peacock King). It was filmed in Taiwan, Hong Kong and partly on location in Tibet.

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When the evil "Black Section of Esoteric Buddhism" had tried to invade Tibet years ago, the Tibetan monks used a powerful magical item, the "Babu Gold Bottle" to expel them. The Tibetan master (Wu Ma) has the bottle's cap and wishes to reunite it with the bottle as the Black Section are stirring once more. He sends a young monk, Wong La (Yuen Biao) to Hong Kong to recover the sacred bottle, which is in the possession of a crippled lawyer.

Wong meets and protects a woman, Chiu Seng-Neng (Michelle Reis) who is acting as the agent for the lawyer, and the Black Section fight to gain the magical bottle for themselves.

The leader of the Black Section (Yuen Wah) learns of the intended hand-over, and seeks to get the Babu Gold Bottle for himself.

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