This sentence is Ye Wen played by Zhen Zidan in "Ye Wen 4". When facing the American karate coach "Gelian" (Gao Zhan) continuously insulting and defeating Chinese martial artists, he said angrily when he jumped onto the ring. words.
"Uncle, I'm a martial arts person. When I encounter injustice, I must stand up."
This sentence came after Tai Chi Chuan, the president of the Chinese General Assembly Wan Zonghua (Wu Zhe) was seriously injured by US Marine Corps officer Barton, Ye Wen resolved to go to the military camp alone, for Wan Zonghua, for China When martial arts came back to the story, it was spoken by Wan Ruonan (Li Wanhuan), the daughter of Wan Zonghua who wanted to stop Ye Wen.
Indeed, in Ye Wen of "Ye Wen 4", we can always see a martial arts spirit of "advancing into Confucianism and retreating from Taoism", not just in these two sentences.
Progressive Confucianism-Endure Unbearable, No More Endurance-Warrior of a Gentleman
"Confucianism" here refers to Confucianism.
As we all know, Confucianism pays attention to actively entering the world, and uses "benevolent" as the basis and "ceremony" as its purpose. The gentleman in his thought is the most perfect embodiment of personality, and such perfect personality is always in the martial arts works. Continuous pursuit, of course, including this "Ye Wen 4".
On the one hand, it is understandable that Ye Wen played by Zhen Zidan is a martial art.