Bao Xian Fei

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Fei.
Bao Xian Fei
Born Traditional:
Simplified:

October 4, 1983
Nanjing, China
Website
http://www.bao-wushu.com/

Bao Xian Fei (born October 4, 1983 in Nanjing, China) is a wushu expert who lives and teaches wushu in the Netherlands.

Biography[edit]

At the age of 5, Fei started to train with his father, Greatmaster Yuliang Fei, in different wushu styles, including Shaolin and modern forms.

His first film role was a security guard in the 2003 American television production "Second Nature", Alec Baldwin played the lead. In 2004, he played a more important role as "Wong" in "Fighting Fish", the first martial arts production in the Netherlands.

Sport results[edit]

4th World Wushu Championships 1997 - Rome, Italy

7th European Wushu Championships 1998 - Athens, Greece

5th World Wushu Championships 1999 - HongKong, PR of China

8th European Wushu Championships 2000 - Rotterdam, The Netherlands

6th World Wushu Championships 2001 - Yerevan, Armenia

9th European Wushu Championships 2002 - Porto, Portugal

7th World Wushu Championships 2003 - Macau, PR of China

8th World Wushu Championships 2005 - Hanoi, Vietnam

Filmography[edit]

  • Second Nature, USA (TV) 2003
  • Fighting Fish, NL 2004

See also[edit]

External links[edit]