Bruce Lee's 40th death anniversary celebrated with art exhibition in Hong Kong
Fans are marking late kung fu legend Bruce Lee's 40th death anniversary with art gallery shows, exhibitions and even street graffiti in Hong Kong.
The actor’s daugher Shannon introduced her family photos at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum during the opening of a five-year exhibition, Sky News reported.
The Hong Kong government teamed up with the Bruce Lee Foundation to put together an exhibition to showcase the late star’s life from his famous yellow tracksuit he wore in the movie Game of Death, to his writings and drawings.
Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Life opened on Saturday and has more than 600 items on display, including photos, costumes, videos and even a 3.5 metre statue.
Shannon, who was four when her father died, hopes the display will “help show a more complete picture” by showing Lee’s family side and the hard work he put into making his movies.
The government film archive is also producing documentaries of his life and new prints of some of Lee’s films.