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04-Entity-tpd-v00-060509-071109C - Kung Fu Panda, the...

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Kung Fu Panda, the awesomeness of belief February 2009 CmpE 202-05 1. Abstract: This topic is the story about a Giant Panda, who is a Kung Fu fanatic and who even in his wildest dreams, never thought of becoming a Kung Fu master, because of the lack of confidence on himself. Confidence is a virtue that is to be possessed by every individual in order to achieve his or her goal in life, and this story is yet another example for it. We may be confronted with many challenges, but if we believe in ourselves and persistently continue towards our goals, everything is possible. The story revolves around the idea that there is no secret ingredient for success other than the belief on one’s own self. 2. Description of the domain: The Valley of Peace in ancient China is protected by the five furious warriors Tigress, Monkey, Mantis, Viper and Crane trained by the tortoise Master Oogway and his protégé, the red panda Master Shifu. The Giant panda Po, a lazy and inferior Kung Fu fanatic who works in a family owned restaurant, becomes the Dragon Warrior (supposedly the protector of the Valley from the evil snow leopard Tai Lung) due to an accident. None of the people of the Valley, including Master Shifu, believed that this clumsy, fat panda could be their protector and thus Po is subjected to a lot of discrimination. Shifu and Po later realize after seeing the Dragon scroll (which is believed to give limitless power to the reader) that the secret Dia.2.1. The Panda of success is to believe in one’s own self and thus the former teaches Kung Fu to the later using new training techniques. Po finally becomes an expert in Kung Fu and saves the Valley by defeating the evil Tai Lung.
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Dia.2.2. From left to right: Masters Viper, Monkey, Mantis (on Monkey's head), Shifu, Tigress, and Crane. The Furious Five are homages to the Crane, Snake, and Monkey, Praying Mantis, and Tiger styles of Chinese martial arts. Dia.2.3. The evil Tai Lung 3. Block Diagram:
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Dia.2.4 Block Diagram 4. Description of the program that is wanted: 1. Po wants to learn Kung Fu with the hope of changing into someone he himself can respect. 2.
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