To go to his uncle's wedding, Keong leaves Hong Kong and heads to the United States. Keong agrees to help out at his uncle's market in the Bronx while Uncle is on his honeymoon. It happens while Keong is in the Bronx. He makes friends with a kid who lives there and fights with some people who cause trouble at the market. This is how it works: This is what happened to one news source of the minor thugs from the local group. He ended up in a criminal situation that was way above his abilities.
Our Review for Rumble in the Bronx. The 1995 Hong Kong version of "Rumble in the Bronx," which was dubbed "Hung fan kui" at the time, was the film that made Jackie Chan a household name. Then then, he was already a well-known figure in his own right, so... Jackie Chan is the gold standard for action sequences and stunts. Oh, and it's about a diamond theft in New York City, or something like that. I can't believe it.