Loyal readers, I have a simple request for you today:
1. Name one thing you like about this blog.
2. Name one thing you dislike about this blog.
Your honest answers will help me improve the content of Martial Development. As a small token of my appreciation, I will randomly select two respondents to win free DVDs. This month’s prizes are:
- The Onion Movie, starring Steven Seagal, and not suitable for children
- Nickelodeon’s Three Delivery, a Kung-Fu cartoon series quite suitable for children
You’ve never seen Three Delivery—it premieres this Friday—so I’ll provide a brief introduction:
Three Delivery follows three Kung Fu fighting teens as they strive to balance studying, delivering food for Wu’s Garden Chinese restaurant, and protecting ancient Chinese secrets from the evil Kong Li.
Inspired by live-action film, graphic novels and classic cartoon comedies, Three Delivery features references to authentic Chinese phrases, celebrations, cuisine and mythology. Real Kung Fu such as crane style, tiger style, snake style, and eagle style is illustrated in the show.
Three Delivery is first cartoon to come with its own Mandarin-English dictionary. Now that’s edutainment!
To be eligible for these DVD prizes, you must:
- Send me your opinions on or before July 1, 2008
- Live in the USA (or move here before July 1)
If you prefer to answer anonymously (though you cannot win a DVD this way), you are welcome to do so in a comment below.
Thank you to Regency Entertainment and Animation Collective for graciously providing free copies of these DVDs.
Update: I’ve fixed the images in the RSS feed, and added a sitemap link to the sidebar. Keep your good suggestions coming.