Bruce Lee

There was more to Bruce Lee than just Kung Fu. This great legend actually refined the martial arts of the time and helped establish the image of Asian celebrities in the global movie scene. His heritage later became a personal betterment, an inspiration, an expression, a creation and doctrine that has transcended martial arts.

Early Years
Bruce Lee Actor. Cracking The Western Movie Industry
Jeet Kune Do Secrets
  • The Birth of a Legend.

    Iconic martial arts expert, actor, and director, Bruce Lee was born as Lee Jun Fan in San Francisco, California, in the hour and year of the Dragon. According to some sources, the name “Bruce” was given by a nurse from the hospital of his birth. But his family never used the name during Lee’s preschool years. You’d be amazed to learn that Lee appeared in his first film only when he was just three months old, where he played as a stand-in for another baby of American origin in Golden Gate Girl (1941).

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  • Bruce Lee Actor. Cracking The Western Movie Industry.

    Bruce Lee’s illustrious acting career went above and beyond the western movie industry and had cemented him as a pop icon to the entire world. Before starring in films like Enter the Dragon, the martial arts expert had many encounters with the art of films ever since his father introduced him to the entertainment industry at an extremely early age.

    Had it not been for Lee’s movies produced in the early 70s, it’s arguable whether or not the genre of martial art films would have penetrated the mainstream Western cinema over the last few decades.

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  • Jeet Kune Do Secrets.

    Jeet Kune Do, abbreviated as JKD is an eclectic hybrid martial art technique influenced by the philosophies of the world-renowned martial artist, Bruce Lee. He founded the system in 1967 and referred to as “nonclassical,” which suggests that Jeet Kune Do is a form of Chinese kung fu without the traditional styles. Unlike more conventional Martial arts styles, JKD isn’t about any fixed strategy but is a collection of philosophy that is intended to penetrate deep into the hearts and souls of those who practice it.

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Bruce Lee The Lost Interview

Bruce Lee The Lost Interview in Pierre Berton show (1971).
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Life-Changing Bruce Lee Quotes

Bruce Lee was instrumental in creating awareness of Asian philosophy among Westerners. While at the University of Washington he studied both Asian and Western philosophy. Bruce Lee was constantly reading and developed an extensive library of the martial arts and other philosophical works.


“‎The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus.”


“A wise man can learn more from a foolish question than a fool can learn from a wise answer.”


“Empty your cup so that it may be filled; become devoid to gain totality.”


“Life itself is your teacher, and you are in a state of constant learning.”


“The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering.”


“If you want to learn to swim jump into the water. On dry land no<br /> frame of mind is ever going to help you”


“The more we value things, the less we value ourselves”

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The Art of Kung Fu by Bruce Lee

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