Wawa is not an ordinary boy. He was born to a native couple on the Island of Formosa during the brief Spanish colonial rule in the 17th Century. His father, Yotas, became a fugitive for having involved in a failed uprising against the Spanish troops. While on the run with his mother, Maya, he was separated from her and later adopted by a Chinese Shaolin monk. Now at the age of 12, he is already well trained in Buddhism and kung fu skills. He aspires to become a learned monk so as to be able to help the unfortunate people. On a trip to visit another Shaolin master from whom he is to learn the unique Rock Monkey Kung Fu, Wawa meets Yotas by chance, without either one’s being aware of their kinship. He also encounters his adversary who is helping the conquistadors capture Yotas. What will happen in the end?
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Lydia Lin has lived in a number of different countries throughout her childhood and youth. Although her educational background is in science and technology, she enjoys reading, writing, music, painting and gardening. Fascinated by ancient Chinese medicine, she has also taken a training course in acupuncture. Lydia believes that an important part of education is to enlighten people, to help them realize their potentials, and to enable them to appreciate and preserve all that is good about humanity.