Kung Fu Traveler

Synopsis: Aliens have invaded and overtaken the Earth. Trying to escape defeat, a Chinese General (Tiger Chen) is accidentally sent back in time while trying to devise a way to defeat the alien ...
98 min

In 2147 AD,

the Earth came to an age of darkness,

when every continent of the world

was destroyed and occupied by aliens

falling from the sky.

Human beings were slaughtered

and resources were robbed.

Human beings,

despite their races and countries,

joined hands

to organize

a large-scale resisting campaign,

in which robots were the warriors

at the frontline.

However, the aliens,

who were aware of the secret

of human beings a long time ago,

had developed a defense

and countering system against it.

No heat energy weapon

used by human beings on Earth

could stop the invasion of aliens.

In this unfair war,

human beings were steadily losing ground.

The only armed military base

that still remains

is the one in West China.


-At ease.

Send reinforcements?


Go ahead.

Director Chen Hu

switched on the nerve cell

and activated the mechanical arm.

-Why are you still here?

-I'm not going back without you.

It won't work.

The commander will close down the channel.

The channel must be shut down immediately.

If not...

Close down the channel.

But Chen Hu and Xu Zi Ying

aren't back yet.

Close down the channel.

If I had you rescued

at the most critical moment,

it's not because you're my husband.

Instead, human beings need your skill

to defeat the alien power.

Our weapons could hardly harm

these aliens now

and we're losing ground in every country.

If your skill gets acquired

by other countries in the world,

then maybe, we can turn the tables

on these alien invaders.

I'm using unarmed combat skills

from the cold weapon era.

In China, it's called kung fu,

which requires decades of tough training.

Even if I teach them the skill,

they can't master it fast enough.

Is there a crash course?


I suggest that we teach robots kung fu.

Director Chen Hu,

do you think it's feasible?

As long as we put kung fu in the chip,

it can be duplicated rapidly,

and every robot will pick up

kung fu skills,

but my kung fu skill isn't good enough.

I never really mastered it.

And the supreme kung fu skill

has been lost.

So I suggest using a time machine

to send a robot back

when martial arts was prosperous.

Let the robot learn

the greatest kung fu skills,

then transmit it back to our time.

Initiate Robot 1. Activate basic programs.


My task is to travel back to 1885 AD.

Look for the target, Zhou Chenlin,

and learn the best Southern Kung Fu.

Increase the learning capability

by 30 percent.

Improve the self-circulation system

by 20 percent,

and social skill by 10 percent.

Increase affinity by 15 percent,

geological knowledge by 20 percent,

and historical knowledge by 10 percent.

What enhancements have I made?

Why does he look the same as me?

You are the only one

who has defeated an alien.

By giving the robot your look,

it might at least scare the aliens.

I think our degree of similarity

is a hundred percent.

What do you think?

You have only seven days to finish

the task of finding Zhou Chenlin,

and learn Southern Kung Fu,

then you store your skills into the chip,

and put it at the designated place

as scheduled.

Why that place?

That place will be intact after centuries.

We can get the chip, I'm sure of it.

Do you remember

the Three Principles for robots?

One, robots should never hurt human beings

or stand by watching human beings

get hurt.

Two, robots must obey all orders

from human beings,

but rule number one always prevails.

Three, robots should protect themselves,

but principle number one and two

always prevail.

Why is this?

If you violate the Three Principles,

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