From an old Team 'Murica propaganda article that completely ignores the TRUTH behind this movie:
Of course, the irony is that HOLLYWOOD is the one who lacks imagination...and thus STOLE this whole idea from a Chinese immigrant!
...Welcome to Murica!!!
Thank you for making this point. In June 2008, right after dreamworks' Kung Fu Panda was released worldwide and in China, Chinese cultural leaders were actually asking each other: "How come no one in China came up with such a creative and innovative idea?" And "How could we let the Americans take China's national symbol, the panda, and one of its cultural treasures, martial arts, and turn it into American low-brow, slap-stick Jack Black humor?" There were plenty of Chinese foreheads banging on walls inside the Cultural Ministry in self-recrimination.
Reading about such reactions to Kung fu Panda within China of course just added salt to the wound of Dreamworks theft in 2002 intellectual property theft (as I will allege in a forthcoming copyright infringement suit in federal court).
*If you look closely at Timeline's May 29-June 2, 2002 cell linking to the Hollywood Reporter article and then review the monumental trial defense theory contained in Chris Kuser's March 15, 2011 signed Declaration with 27 attached documents, you will see how much money, energy, brain-power, and diabolical thinking Dreamworks spent in creating this totally bogus defense theory--all ordered buy Jeffrey Katzenberg (who said at trial "the buck stops here (with me)" and carried out by Dreamworks lawyers at Loeb & Loeb, which all unravels and stands as a brazen lie to hide its theft forever because its lynchpin, Michael Lachance, is seen lying transparently as the professed creator of the Kung fu Panda movie idea in his deposition videos. Lachance's performance as a bad liar in this whole sickening affair is at least entertaining.
At any rate, 5 years after my first trial was derailed by a prejudiced trial judge and 3 years after my first appeal was quashed by what my lawyers and I content is public corruption in the California Court of Appeals, anger no longer clouds my will, and now it's steady dispassionate work on my part to get the entire story of Dreamworks' method of idea theft that I testified to at trial in 2011--which my lawyers and I believe includes witness tampering, fabrication fo evidence, and bribery of public officals-- out via news media, publishing, and the internet. Forthcoming is a book with titled (what else?): "The Theft of Kung Fu Panda". Also a series of national magazine articles by the two most respected journalists in America specializing in reporting on complex big business scandals (e.g., 2008 financial meltdown and a recent big pharma scandal) , and a new copyright infringement suit that I will be filing in the near future.
Again, the whole story of my development of Zen-Bear, the Kung Fu Panda, and my communications with dramworks is contained on this Timeline exhibit that I recently updated:
(The governing website is currently being overhauled and updated and will be up in a week or two.)
Thanks for your support, for seeing into the heart of this matter, and for sharing the truth far and wide.
Edited by zen-bear, 24 August 2016 - 12:00 PM.