the great Shaolin master, communicates with the divine spirits of his
ancestors for advice. They suggest he search for the current reincarnations
of the Shaolin three, for only they will be able to defeat Heihu again.
But when Sanzang at last finds them, he's in for a surprise : the three
heroes, Cheng, Tang and Hua - two boys and a girl - are practically children!
They're just kids who must be taught the art of Kung fu, develop the discipline
of a true Shaolin, and become veritable masters before they can confront
the demon and his gang. For Sanzang, it is an awesome responsibility and
for Cheng, Tang and Hua, it is an awesome adventure. For beyond the tough
apprenticeship they must endure, including endless training sessions and
complex tasks and tests, lies a whole world of magic and mystery to be
discovered with the Shaolin. Sacred books possessing fantastic powers,
dark underground chambers guarded by dragons, bewitched forests, labyrinthine
caves full of deadly traps, and castle ruins loaded with ghosts are just
a few of the things that distract them from their studies. Performing
crazy antics during night time escapades, having dangerous experiences
on forbidden explorations, and taking wild risks with Heihu himself by
successfully attacking his Black Foxes, they get into as much mischief
as heroic deeds. Both brave and rebellious, they bicker and conspire together.
Not still children, but not yet heroes, they are...