Hong Kong flight attendants learn how to kick butt

HK4Don’t dare aggravate a flight attendant on Hong Kong Airlines. Parented by Mainland China-based Hainan Airlines, the carrier has followed through with an earlier 2011 decision to train their staff in the martial art of Wing Chun to cultivate a “strong mind and improve their body quality,” according to the company’s microblog.

Far from being a tool to disarm disorderly Mainland Chinese guests, a topic of partially racial-tinged debate in Hong Kong, the airline company is claiming that the training will provide employees with the ability to offer better customer care and not be utilised towards combating air rage.

Wing Chun is a martial art based in self-defense that employs striking and trapping techniques, particularly relevant to real-world, close-quarter contexts.

Below images are depicting this new brand of kick-butt customer service.

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Don’t dare aggravate a flight attendant on Hong Kong Airlines. Parented by Mainland China-based Hainan Airlines, the carrier has followed through with an earlier 2011 decision to train their staff in the martial art of Wing Chun to cultivate a “strong mind and improve their body quality,” according to the company’s microblog. Far from being a tool to disarm disorderly Mainland Chinese guests, a topic of partially racial-tinged debate in Hong Kong, the airline company is claiming that the training will provide employees with the ability to offer better customer care and not be utilised towards combating air rage. Wing...

HK4Don’t dare aggravate a flight attendant on Hong Kong Airlines. Parented by Mainland China-based Hainan Airlines, the carrier has followed through with an earlier 2011 decision to train their staff in the martial art of Wing Chun to cultivate a “strong mind and improve their body quality,” according to the company’s microblog.

Far from being a tool to disarm disorderly Mainland Chinese guests, a topic of partially racial-tinged debate in Hong Kong, the airline company is claiming that the training will provide employees with the ability to offer better customer care and not be utilised towards combating air rage.

Wing Chun is a martial art based in self-defense that employs striking and trapping techniques, particularly relevant to real-world, close-quarter contexts.

Below images are depicting this new brand of kick-butt customer service.

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HK2

HK1

 

 



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