In this age of computers, special effects technology is moving at a
rapid pace, new breakthroughs make previous breakthroughs of a few
years earlier appear old and dated.
breakthroughs that human beings make are not so easily surpassed. Records set by athletes
can stand for years, decades even. Although Bruce Lee made his few films in the early
seventies, his physical performances in them are as awesome and breathtaking to behold
even today, and will continue to be for future generations. Because they will be watching
a man who has taken his physical skill to a degree no one else has before, or since.
When you watch Enter The Dragon for the first time, by the end of it, you
are filled with so much energy and lifeforce you feel as if you could run a twenty mile
marathon, very few people are capable of generating that effect in others.
As each new generation of children is born, at some point, they will
stumble across the Bruce Lee films. They will never have seen anything like him, and once
they witness the high level of mastery and perfection, the praise and mania will begin
Every new generation will rediscover Bruce Lee and he will be reborn again
and again. Like a vast ocean the future lies ahead of us, as far as the eye can see, and
then a bit further just to prove the point. If we set sail today, in good weather and a
strong wind on our backs, we still won't reach as far as the legacy of Bruce Lee.
His dedication, perseverance and mastery of his art have ensured that his
name and memory will far outlive him.
The Spirit of Bruce Lee will Live Forever!
||Name: Bruce Lee
Chinese name: Li Yuen Kam. Li
Siu-Lung (Little Dragon).
Born: November 27th 1940, San
Francisco, California, U.S.A.
Died: July 20th 1973 in Queen
Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong, at the age of 32 years.
Brothers/Sisters: Bruce was born
the fourth of five children. His brothers and sisters were: Agnus, Phoebe, Peter and
Wife: Linda Emery.
Children: One son, Brandon Lee
(died March 31st 1993) and one daughter, Shannon Lee.
Height: 5 feet, 7.5 inches.
Weight: 140 lbs.
Education: Bruce went to several
schools in Hong Kong, one of them being La-Salla College, and then moved to St. Frances
Xaviers College. Following this Bruce went to the USA and attended Eddison
Vocational High School and finally majored in Philosophy at Washington University in
Seattle. Bruce studied there for three years but never completed the course.
Residence: Cities in which Bruce
lived in for any lengh of time included San Francisco, Hong Kong, Seattle, Oakland, Los
Angeles and finally Kowloon Tong in Hong Kong.
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