Part 2: His wushu
Your skill, passion, and dedication in your wushu never fails to amaze me. As someone who has been doing martial arts for years, I can never get over how truly talented you are - your kicks are so sharp, your flips and jumps are smooth and the way you move your body is so fluid. I can’t imagine how many times you fell before you were able to perform a proper flip, how many times your body ached from practicing, how many times you’ve felt at the point of exhaustion and yet still got up for the next round of target practices, forms, or drills. Your wushu is an art form in itself, and I never get tired of watching this teaser and seeing how beautiful your lines are and how almost inhuman you seem when you fly through the air.
This was your debut teaser, and honestly you caught my attention in just the first five seconds. You stunned me with your talent and you made me want to train harder and to push myself even more as I know you must have done. To be truly proficient in martial arts, you really do have to train both your mind and your body. You have to learn the importance of patience and hardwork, you need to be able to listen and learn from others, and you have to be able to get back back up no matter how many times you fall. You’re an inspiration, Zitao, and your wushu is only one reason why.