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28th Mar '17 2:58:07 AM Dravencour
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* Pai-Mei from ''Film/KillBill''. His treatment of students is less WaxOnWaxOff and more TrainingFromHell.

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* Pai-Mei from ''Film/KillBill''. His treatment of students is less WaxOnWaxOff and more TrainingFromHell.TrainingFromHell, since while he's an OldMaster, he is still a rather rotten bastard.
26th Feb '17 1:59:08 PM nombretomado
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Unlike the MagicalNegro, the Magical Asian is not always nice to his white protégé. It is common for the Magical Asian to put his student through a number of demeaning and seemingly pointless tasks. However, it always turns out that there is a purpose to these tasks that helps get his lesson across. [[TheKarateKid Mr. Miyagi's]] famous "WaxOnWaxOff" routine is one of the best known examples. This tendency is possibly related to AsianRudeness.

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Unlike the MagicalNegro, the Magical Asian is not always nice to his white protégé. It is common for the Magical Asian to put his student through a number of demeaning and seemingly pointless tasks. However, it always turns out that there is a purpose to these tasks that helps get his lesson across. [[TheKarateKid [[Film/TheKarateKid Mr. Miyagi's]] famous "WaxOnWaxOff" routine is one of the best known examples. This tendency is possibly related to AsianRudeness.



* Mr. Miyagi from ''TheKarateKid'', though he's more well-developed than most other characters on this list.
** Mr. Han, played by Creator/JackieChan, in the 2010 remake.

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* Mr. Miyagi from ''TheKarateKid'', ''Film/TheKarateKid'', though he's more well-developed than most other characters on this list.
** Mr. Han, played by Creator/JackieChan, in [[Film/TheKarateKid2010 the 2010 remake.remake]].
22nd Feb '17 6:03:31 AM Morgenthaler
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24th Dec '16 10:41:56 PM Ingu
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* Chirrut from ''RogueOne'' is pretty much this exactly if you just substitute the Force for the source of 'wisdom'.
7th Nov '16 3:42:04 PM nombretomado
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** Mr. Han, played by JackieChan, in the 2010 remake.
* JackieChan and JetLi's characters in ''Film/TheForbiddenKingdom''.

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** Mr. Han, played by JackieChan, Creator/JackieChan, in the 2010 remake.
* JackieChan Creator/JackieChan and JetLi's Creator/JetLi's characters in ''Film/TheForbiddenKingdom''.
13th Sep '16 8:08:10 AM 64SuperNintendo
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* Mr. Miyagi from ''TheKarateKid'', though he's more well-developed than most other characters on this list.
** Mr. Han, played by JackieChan, in the 2010 remake.
* JackieChan and JetLi's characters in ''Film/TheForbiddenKingdom''.
* Pai-Mei from ''Film/KillBill''. His treatment of students is less WaxOnWaxOff and more TrainingFromHell.
* Mr. Lee, played by {{Creator/Mako}}, in the ''Karate Kid'' ripoff ''Film/{{Sidekicks}}''. His own version of WaxOnWaxOff is throwing raw dumpling dough at his student and giving him a demeaning nickname. He is also somehow able to teleport a lit cigarette into the pocket of a racist who insulted him.
* The Indian characters in ''Film/EatPrayLove'', who teach spiritual lessons to Julia Roberts' character.
* The nameless monk in ''Film/BulletProofMonk''.
* Pretty much every Chinese character in ''Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina''. For some reason, a restaurant owner, a maitre'd, and a Chinatown tour guide are all experts in Chinese [[AllAsiansKnowMartialArts martial arts]] and sorcery.

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* Mr. Miyagi from ''TheKarateKid'', though he's more well-developed than most other characters on this list.
** Mr. Han, played by JackieChan, in the 2010 remake.
* JackieChan and JetLi's characters in ''Film/TheForbiddenKingdom''.
* Pai-Mei from ''Film/KillBill''. His treatment of students is less WaxOnWaxOff and more TrainingFromHell.
* Mr. Lee, played by {{Creator/Mako}}, in the ''Karate Kid'' ripoff ''Film/{{Sidekicks}}''. His own version of WaxOnWaxOff is throwing raw dumpling dough at his student and giving him a demeaning nickname. He is also somehow able to teleport a lit cigarette into the pocket of a racist who insulted him.
* The Indian characters in ''Film/EatPrayLove'', who teach spiritual lessons to Julia Roberts' character.
* The nameless monk in ''Film/BulletProofMonk''.
* Pretty much every Chinese character in ''Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina''. For some reason, a restaurant owner, a maitre'd, and a Chinatown tour guide are all experts in Chinese [[AllAsiansKnowMartialArts martial arts]] and sorcery.

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* VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo for a level has the old NPC Chinese herbalist who can sense auras/chi, who gives Neo a golden powder to make him permanently stronger.

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* VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo for a level has the old NPC Chinese herbalist who can sense auras/chi, who gives Neo a golden powder to make him permanently stronger.

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4th Jul '16 10:06:50 AM Morgenthaler
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Unlike the MagicalNegro, the Magical Asian is not always nice to his white protégé. It is common for the Magical Asian to put his student through a number of demeaning and seemingly pointless tasks. However, it always turns out that there is a purpose to these tasks that helps get his lesson across. [[TheKarateKid Mr. Miyagi's]] famous "WaxOnWaxOff" routine is one of the best known examples. This tendency is possibly related to AsianRudeness.

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Unlike the MagicalNegro, the Magical Asian is not always nice to his white protégé. It is common for the Magical Asian to put his student through a number of demeaning and seemingly pointless tasks. However, it always turns out that there is a purpose to these tasks that helps get his lesson across. [[TheKarateKid Mr. Miyagi's]] famous "WaxOnWaxOff" routine is one of the best known examples. This tendency is possibly related to AsianRudeness.



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7th Jun '16 3:09:06 PM Morgenthaler
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** Also from ''KungFu'', Caine himself to the people he meets when he's WalkingTheEarth of TheWildWest.

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** Also from ''KungFu'', ''Kung Fu'', Caine himself to the people he meets when he's WalkingTheEarth of TheWildWest.
14th May '16 9:41:29 AM nombretomado
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* Uncle from ''JackieChanAdventures'', voiced by Sab Shimono. A highly-skilled practitioner of ''qi'' magic, he could send spells through the phone, but didn't know how a fax machine worked.

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* Uncle from ''JackieChanAdventures'', ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', voiced by Sab Shimono. A highly-skilled practitioner of ''qi'' magic, he could send spells through the phone, but didn't know how a fax machine worked.
9th May '16 9:02:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* Master Po and Master Kan in ''KungFu''. Their protege Caine is half Chinese and half White.

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* Master Po and Master Kan in ''KungFu''.''Series/KungFu''. Their protege Caine is half Chinese and half White.



* BruceLee's character on ''Longstreet''.

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* BruceLee's Creator/BruceLee's character on ''Longstreet''.



* Lampshaded in an episode of ''ZekeAndLuther'', then played straight with the Asian mailman who appears in that episode and tries teaching one of the boys some sort of kung-fu technique.

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* Lampshaded in an episode of ''ZekeAndLuther'', ''Series/ZekeAndLuther'', then played straight with the Asian mailman who appears in that episode and tries teaching one of the boys some sort of kung-fu technique.
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