Bruce Lee was a Chinese American martial arts expert and movie star best known for films including Enter The Dragon and Game Of Death. Born on November 27, 1940 in San Francisco, he was the son of Cantonese opera singer Lee Hoi-Chuen. Lee returned to Hong Kong at three months old and was raised in Kowloon, where as a child he appeared in several films. In his late teens he moved to the United States where he began teaching martial arts, eventually moving into films. Lee is widely credited with changing the perceptions of Asians in Hollywood movies, as well as founding the martial art of Jeet Kune Do. Lee died in Kowloon Tong on July 20, 1973 aged 32 from acute cerebral edema.
Forget about guys trying to satisfy their wanderlust by seeking fun and adventure. In Hong Kong, leisure travel is becoming a woman's pursuit.Thursday, 7 August, 2008, 12:00am
For someone best known for directing adrenaline-inducing action films (Stealth, xXx, The Fast and the Furious), Rob Cohen cuts a surprisingly serene figure. Dressed in a casual black and white shirt, black slacks and sneakers, and sporting an amber bracelet, the 59-year-old's speech is infused with worldly spirituality.24 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
Betty Ting Pei agrees with those who say the two-storey house in Cumberland Road, Kowloon Tong, where Bruce Lee spent his last years should be preserved.
The retired screen beauty broke her silence on the contentious issue in an exclusive interview with the Sunday Morning Post.20 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
Martial-arts superstar Bruce Lee died 35 years ago today, aged 32, of an apparent cerebral edema. Lee was survived by two children, Brandon - who became an actor but died in an accident during the filming of The Crow in 1993 - and Shannon ...20 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
Outgoing commerce chief Frederick Ma Si-hang turns out to be a big Bruce Lee fan. The secretary for commerce and economic development made meeting billionaire philanthropist Yu Panglin one of his last official meetings on Thursday.12 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
The owner of martial arts legend Bruce Lee's last home is willing to convert it into a museum and martial arts complex, but he wants the government to allow a 24,000 sq ft building to be constructed on the Kowloon Tong site.9 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
While Wong Wun-chi, 50, supports donations to the earthquake victims, he wonders whether more should be done for poor Hongkongers first7 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
It was a slow night at Bruce Lee's old home.
Down the long walkway, under a roof overhang decorated with multi-coloured Christmas lights and Chinese lanterns, a male security guard sat near the front door listening to Indian music.6 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
A team of nine reporters, consisting of three Chinese females, three Chinese males and three white males, carried out the investigation into Kowloon Tong's love hotels.
Each reporter walked into a love hotel with another of the same or opposite sex and asked for a room.6 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
Let me say now that I cannot catch rats. But people tell me it is much more important that I can do battle with lying tigers.5 Jul 2008 - 12:00am