Michelle Yeoh, Hong Kong's own (well, almost) high-kicking kung fu star, narrates a five-part series on the Discovery Channel next month. The World of Martial Arts (June 6-10 at 8 pm) explores the origins, philosophies and amazing techniques behind the most exciting forms of martial arts. Look out for the programme on Bruce Lee, take a journey with David Carradine, and gain insight into taekwondo, a reflection of the Korean spirit. After watching it on the box, try it yourself. The Caritas Social Centre (27 Pokfield Road, Sai Wan, tel: 2818-8035) offers inexpensive weekly lessons for martial artists of all levels. Choose from Northern Shaolin kung fu ($60 a month), taekwondo ($110) and karate ($140 a month, twice weekly). There are children's classes in karate on Fridays ($80 a month) and taekwondo on Saturday afternoons ($100). Kung Fu Supplies Company (Block A, 6/F, 188-192 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, tel: 2891-1912) dresses the martial arts enthusiast. Apart from clothing and accessories, you can purchase weapons (to be used in practice only, of course), magazines, books and collectables. Get your ninja outfit here. Fans of Bruce Lee should make a pilgrimage to Eternal, a kitsch little shop (2/F, Rise Commercial Centre, Granville Circuit, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2369-2243) that stocks the largest collection of Bruce Lee memorabilia in Hong Kong. Operated by a big fan of the kung fu idol, Eternal even sells replicas of the outfits Lee wore in his films. Fans should also check out a new magazine called Tofu. The first edition, under a section on Hong Kong icons, has illustrations and paintings of Lee by various artists.