Bruce Lee’s influence on modern martial arts is undeniable. His ideas about martial arts were not rooted in violence. Instead, its foundations were strongly rooted in a wise philosophy and informed worldview that stressed personal excellence.
Bruce Lee, the famous Chinese actor and kung fu master from the 1970s, remains the pride and joy of Asians up to this day. Recently, a Japanese boy became the talk of netizens for his resemblance to Bruce Lee.
Now I’m not sure how realistic the outcome is. Donnie Yen follows in Bruce Lee’s footsteps. The fight wouldn’t last more than a few seconds. One solid backfist and Donnie Yen hits the floor. There wouldn’t be all that blocking.…
Afghanistan has had a rough time these past years. But out of the rubble of Kabul emerges a Bruce Lee clone who looks and moves like the beloved martial arts star.
Sorry Chinese citizens. Because you were born Chinese, this store in Beijing isn’t taking your money or even letting you in.
Martial Arts legend Chuck Norris, one of Bruce Lee’s most notorious co-stars, reflects on a life in martial arts. He also talks about Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), and where him and Bruce fit in alongside all that.