Fame of a monastery gradually began to fade. But one day there appeared a young man named Chen. The exact time of his arrival in Shaolin is unknown. Apparently, this happened somewhere in the beginning of the XIV century. The son of a wealthy official since childhood was interested in everything that had anything to do with the Kempo. In particular, he carefully studied the books of famous masters and connoisseurs of the past. Despite his nondescript appearance, Chen not only successfully passed acceptance tests, but also won the matches with all the fighters of Shaolin. The monks were happy to have in their ranks such a gifted person. Being a monk he took the name Jue Yuan.
Assuming that 72 acts of Bodhidharma and Zhang Meng has long passed stage (he won all the monks who own these techniques), Jue traveled to China, hoping to meet masters stronger than he himself. Once in the city of Lanzhou, Gansu province, he witnessed a curious scene. A huge fellow, having quarreled with the old merchant, pounced on him with his fists. The outcome of the fight, it seemed, was clear, but when he tried to hit the old man with a foot, he poked his two fingers of his right hand. With loud cries the fellow rolled on the ground, writhing in pain. Jue Yuan was glad that finally he met a great master. He begged the old man to reveal the secret of his art. But embarrassed trader, whose name was Li Chen, assured the young man that he did not deserve such an honor, for his knowledge of the kempo area is very modest. And Li Jue drove him with his friend Bai Yu-fan. This man of medium height and ordinary addition possessed great power due to the ability to use in combat the internal energy of the body. In Shanxi, Henan and Hebee he had no equal in the art of boxing. Jue Yuan managed to persuade him to go to Shaolin to completely revise techniques of monks. As a result, the system was created from 170 receptions, which included the best of what they possessed from all the famous masters. The new system was of far superior techniques of other schools. Again Shaolin took the leading place in the Chinese Kempo!