The Kung Fu Cabin Crew

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The Kung Fu Cabin Crew

The Kung Fu Cabin Crew

By Ofonime Essien

  • Flight attendants perform martial arts on a 6,560ft mountain ledge as part of their aviation school ‘bravery training’
  • The young women followed the instructions of a Taoist kung fu master
  • ‘Bravery training’ was organised on the peaks of China’s Laojun Mountain
  • Feat was part of a promotion for their company and for the local landscape 
Three Young Women

Three young women followed the instructions of a Taoist kung fu master as they sought to toughen up

Stunning and bizarre photos from China have revealed the latest training and promotional techniques of aviation schools as a group of flight attendants performed martial arts on a mountain top.

Dressed in formal blue uniforms and only missing their high heels, the young women followed the instructions of a Taoist kung fu master as they sought to toughen their resolve.

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The ‘bravery training’ was organised more than 6,560 feet above sea level, on the peaks of China’s famous Laojun Mountain, located in the city of Luoyang, in central Henan Province.

Bravery training

‘Bravery training’ was organised more than 6,560ft above sea level, on the peaks of China’s Laojun Mountain

The cabin crew members were guided by a Taoist priest, dressed in black, who demonstrated poses and techniques of martial arts.

The three models and flight attendants tiptoed their way across the mountaintop for the stunning photoshoot.

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And the barefooted hostesses seemed to enjoy the feat on the mountaintop, which was part of a promotion for the aviation school and for the local landscape.

 

Local scenery

The pictures are actually being used to promote the local scenery, surrounded by soaring clouds and greenery

Barefooted

The barefooted hostesses seemed to enjoy the feat on the mountaintop, which was part of a promotion for their company and for the local landscape

The pictures are actually being used to promote the local scenery, surrounded by soaring clouds and greenery, and will also encourage would-be stewardesses during the pursuit of their dream job in the air.

The famous Laojun Mountain range forms part of a region that is known as the Three Parallel Rivers – a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2003.

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It is a biodiversity hotspot and one of the few remaining places where the endangered Yunnan snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus bieti) can still be found.

Cabin Crew

Cabin crew members were guided by a Taoist priest, dressed in black, who demonstrated poses and techniques of martial arts

(Daily Mail)

 

 

 


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Ofonime Essien

Mr. Ofonime A. Essien, is a Helicopter Pilot. He is also a Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA), Oracle Certified Associate (OCA), a Computer Forensics Expert, a Blogger, Web Master, a Writer and an Entrepreneur. He is an avid reader. He likes motivating others to achieve their dreams through writing and speaking.

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