Karate comes from Okinawa. They originally translated it to mean China Hands, but today it is translated as Empty Hands.
Karate is not Chinese. Karate comes from Okinawa, where it was created by combining Okinawan wrestling and Chinese Kung Fu. In China, Kung Fu is said to have originated in the Shoalin Temple.
the food, costumes and karate(maybe)
yes because he had a kissing scene in the movie: the karate kid.and in an interview he said yes tht was my first on scene kiss
(The Quote came from the 1984 movie "Karate Kid" and the actual quote was "Strike First Strike Hard Show No Mercy".) This quote is accually said by Fleet Admiral William Halsey, during WWII, the "Karate Kid" quote is probably derived from what the Admiral said. and it's: "Strike Fast, Strike Hard, Strike Often".
I think they said on the commentary track of The Karate Kid DVD that she is a limo driver now.
Ralph Macchio was 23 in the first Karate Kid. He was soo Hot!
Karate is normally said the same way in every language. It is one of those words that is imported into a language.
I think they said on the commentary track of the Karate Kid DVD that she is a limo driver now.
It had no effect on the Edo period. Karate was a martial art in Okinawa. It did not go to Japan until the 1930's.
The old version or first version of Karate Kid.
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Karate is a Japanese world, so it would be said the same way. The Japanese word for child is kodomo.