When the Karate Girls’ Karate movie was first released, it did not do well at the box office.
Now, it’s being adapted into a feature film with director Rongzhu Huang returning to the director’s chair, with a script by Rongzu, and the film set to hit theaters in September 2018.
In the meantime, though, the story behind the film has been told.
This is a story of the creation of the Karatedek Karate Girl franchise, and of the film’s origins as a TV series, with Rongzilla Huang writing the pilot episode and the pilot episodes of the original TV series as well as the second season of the show.
Rongzan Huang, who also wrote the pilot for the film, told me that he and his writing partner were inspired by the show’s popularity.
“The Karate Guys” originally ran on ABC TV between 2001 and 2003, with the pilot aired in 2009, and was followed by several more seasons, each one airing in its own time slot.
The show became a hit, and eventually spawned two films and a TV movie in the United States and Canada.
Huang says the Karatingen Karate Guy franchise was created by an online community that has a following of over 20 million members, with many of them based overseas.
Rongs Karate fans started the first online community when they were in high school.
“At that time, there was an internet community called the Karation Guys, which was a place where people would post videos of their martial arts,” Huang told me.
“There were hundreds of videos.
So, I remember one of them was a video where I showed my martial arts techniques to a group of girls.”
This was before YouTube, and it was posted to a video hosting site called The Karateden Karating Guys.
“The first Karate Geeks” was uploaded to The Karation Geeks, and then a video of me teaching Karate to girls in Japan was uploaded, and these were the two videos that were popular.
It wasn’t until around the mid-2000s that a Japanese website started to upload videos of me training with a group called the “International Karate Gang.”
“It was around that time that a few years ago, there were more than a hundred Karate girls in the Philippines, and we were in Japan, so it’s a very local phenomenon, and so we were like, ‘What if we can make it happen here in the States?'”
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Huang describes the Karagede as being a “family of martial arts”, and the group as being like the “team of the karate family”.
“When I was younger, I loved karate and I would go to karate events and I wanted to go to the karate schools,” Huang said.
“Then I became a karate teacher, and that’s when I started to get interested in martial arts.”
Huang says that when he and the other members of the team started to gather more resources for their efforts, they realized that their passion was not enough.
“We knew we needed to be able to get people together to form a team to do this,” Huang explained.
“It wasn’t enough to just have a bunch of karate guys in a group, so we needed more than just a bunch.
We needed a team of martial artists that could do martial arts together.”
Rongzaen Karage is an international organization that focuses on training and raising funds for martial artists in Japan.
The organization’s website states that it is an educational organization dedicated to raising funds to train, provide training and provide scholarships to young people to train in martial art.
“Our mission is to provide opportunities for people to have a meaningful career in the martial arts and be successful,” the organization says on its website.
“Through our events, we can bring together people of different backgrounds, cultures, and ethnicities to practice martial arts in an educational environment.”
The organization also has a scholarship program, which is intended to provide financial support to students in need of financial assistance.
“They’re all very dedicated, but the Karagee team is just as passionate,” Huang says, adding that the group’s mission is “to be able for all of us to participate in a more meaningful way.”
The Karagees have also created a video game, which has been available for free for the last six years.
Rangzhu, who is a video gamer himself, says that he has always been interested in creating a martial arts game, but never realized how big the Karaledes’ fan base was.
“In Japan, there are people who have been fans of Karate for years,” Rongzon said