Review of Kung Fu Panda 3


My first blog post in 2016 after 3 months of hiatus. The previous months were insanely hectic and I have made a very important decision -- to end my crazy packed working hours and tangled with superior, start my holiday, catch up with many long lost friends, and plan for my future. 

My holiday started off with a great Kung Fu Panda 3 media preview morning at GSC, One Utama.  

Poster credits to GSC Cinema.

Few trailers for you to watch what are the interesting scenes for this Kung Fu Panda 3 before I share a little about what I thought about this. 




I do not want to be a spoiler. Not to reveal too much but I am sure you already know that basically Po found, not literally found, but more to accidentally met his biological father during a dumpling eating session. Po followed his biological father and of course, his adopted father tagged along and go back to their panda secret village. In the secret village, Po learned how to be a real panda and the meaning of being a real Dragon Warrior. At the end, Po managed to save the mortal world and bring Kai back to spirit realm. 

I have learned two important lessons through Kung Fu Panda 3. 

Firstly, you need not be the same like others. You are who you are. Everyone has own talents and all you need to do is unleash your inner talent and fully develop your talent. Just like how Po trained the other pandas in the secret village based on what they are good at. This point is essential for all the parents, educators, and even management levels. See what your children, your students, and your staffs are good at, assist them to unleash their talents so that they can be useful and contribute to the different aspects of life.

Secondly, you just need to try and never give up. Always believe in yourself, tell yourself you can do it, nothing is impossible. When Po thinks that he cannot be a Master that train people, he was encouraged by both of his fathers. He decided to try it out and eventually he made it! Life is about trying out and never give up if you really passionate about something.

Kung Fu Panda 3 is definitely not just a cartoon that earned your money, time and laughs only; you will eventually learn about some life philosophy IF you can look at it and reflect on the scenes. Go watch it yourself!



@princessmiharu
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