China's elite athlete, martial arts star and Comrade Ji Chunhua, who played the role of Condor in the movie Shaolin Temple, died at 10:37 on July 11, 2018 at the age of 57. Ji Chunhua became famous as a villain in Shaolin Temple, and created his own unique way of performance. It's a pity that such an artist left us.
Ji Chunhua was born in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province on July 20, 1961. In 1982, Ji Chunhua was well known by the audience for his role in the villain "vulture" in the film "Shaolin Temple" directed by Zhang Xinyan. After that, he successively acted as the villain in the film and television works such as "Shaolin boy", "Yellow River capital", "Red Sorghum", "new Shaolin five ancestors" and "Fang Shiyu sequel", and was praised as the "gold medal villain star".
The reporter contacted Chen Shunan, the master and national martial arts coach of Ji Chunhua when he was a child practicing martial arts in Hangzhou. 'alas, it's a pity that he is so young.' Chen Shunan said that Ji Chunhua has always been in good health. Three months ago, he was unable to endure the treatment due to his back stabbing pain and found out the late stage of lung cancer. 'he's a man who's been strong all his life. If it's not too painful to bear, he won't go to see it. '
Famous martial arts actor Ji Chunhua died of illness in Hangzhou at 10:37 a.m. on July 11, 2018, aged 57. Liu Xiaolingtong, Zhang Zhiyao and Qiao Zhenyu all wrote on Weibo to mourn.
Liu Xiaolingtong said: 'when I arrived in Taipei, I was deeply sorry to hear that Mr. Ji Chunhua, a good friend and famous martial arts actor, died of illness this morning. "Liu Xiaolingtong and Ji Chunhua have cooperated twice in the TV series" Liancheng Jue "and" new swallow Li San ". Liu Xiaolingtong also said that Ji Chunhua's death was a great loss of Chinese martial arts and martial arts films. They will greet each other during the Spring Festival. They always hope to cooperate with Ji Chunhua again, but they will always regret it.
According to the Beijing Evening News in January 2015, Ji Chunhua once told the media: 'I keep exercising every day because I love martial arts. Most of the films I shoot are moving. Martial arts extend my life. I strive to play until I am 60 or 70 years old. When I can't fight, I'll cut my films from small to large into a documentary film to savor my life. '
Jichunhua's dedication is also praised.
According to the Beijing evening news report, Ji Chunhua died countless times in his films. He said: 'I die the most, there are all kinds of deaths. I study all kinds of death methods, which can bring fresh feelings to the audience. A friend told me, & lsquo; you are preaching Dharma and telling the world not to do bad things. There is only one way to do bad things;. '