Most of us need no introduction to famed action star Bruce Lee. The renowned kung fu artist is honoured in his homeland – Hong Kong – for his role in uplifting the image and perception of the Chinese people in his action movies which have garnered fame throughout the world.
Until recently, Bruce Lee’s former residence in Hong Kong had been turned into a somewhat disreputable motel, but the real estate tycoon who owns the property has relented to endless pressure from the fans of the late actor who wish to preserve his memory and legacy. Accordingly, the property, a two storey townhouse, will be transformed into a museum dedicated to the memory of the action star.
Lee’s training hall and study will be replicated, and will display martial arts weapons and other artifacts related to the star and his craft. The museum will also feature a movie theatre and library. Lee fans have pointed out that such a museum would be a huge attraction for tourists and raise the international profile of the city.
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His Hong Kong and Hollywood-based movies led to great popularity and he soon became one of the most recognized stars on the globe. Lee’s martial arts proficiency greatly raised the popularity of martial arts films, attracting a wide spectrum of viewers with his sensational movements and physique.
Today Lee remains a well-recognized and renowned figure, particularly among Asians and especially his native Chinese, as he promoted Chinese nationalism through the visual medium.
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