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3. Michael Lachance: no interest in China, Chinese culture, martial arts, or number 5 in 2000-2001

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Published on Nov 21, 2013

June 6, 2011: Michael Lachance, former Dreamworks executive who claims he created the idea for "Kung Fu Panda", states under oath that he had no special interest in China, no particular interest or expertise in Chinese culture, that his interest in martial arts was to the extent that he "took karate as a kid"--and wasn't very good at it, and that at the time that he conceived of the idea for Kung Fu Panda, he held no significance for the number "5".
History of proceedings in Terence Dunn v. Dreamworks Animation SKG, Inc. (BC438833)--the lawsuit for which this deposition was taken--is seen at: www.kungfupandalawsuit.com

See fully documented Timeline describing Terence Dunn's creation of his "Zen-Bear® the Kung Fu Panda" properties, his communications with Dreamworks, and the filing of his lawsuit ag. Dreamworks at:
http://www.kungfupandalawsuit.com/ima...

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