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“The daxia has passed away, but his fol­low­ers will fol­low his path to keep and spread the daxia spirit from place to place.”

Chi­nese peo­ple flooded the in­ter­net to mourn Chi­nese mar­tial arts nov­el­ist Louis Cha, af­ter the 94-year-old passed away on Oc­to­ber 30 in Hong Kong. The writer of a se­ries of Chi­nese mar­tial arts mas­ter­pieces, Cha was con­sid­ered a“daxia” – a swords­man known for help­ing peo­ple find jus­tice – by many Chi­nese peo­ple, es­pe­cially those who were born and grew up in the 1980s and 1990s when Cha's nov­els were very pop­u­lar. Many ne­ti­zens said it was Cha's nov­els that rooted the con­cept of jus­tice in their hearts and that urged them to keep purs­ing their dreams, just as a daxia keeps pur­su­ing jus­tice. Alibaba founder Jack Ma was one of the peo­ple who grew up with Cha's works. Fol­low­ing his death, he posted a long eu­logy for the great mas­ter, stat­ing that he would not have founded Alibaba if it weren't for Cha's in­flu­ence.

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