A surprise guest showed up yesterday at the opening of a Bruce Lee exhibition - the film legend's mistress, Betty Ting Pui. The Taiwanese actress was with Lee when he died at her Beacon Hill Road home 30 years ago at the age of 32. Ms Ting, making her first official public appearance in more than 20 years, arrived at the Arts Centre in Wan Chai as a special guest of the latest Bruce Lee exhibition, 'The Living Legend, The Reborn Dragon'. The exhibition has been organised by the local Bruce Lee Club to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the kung fu master's death. Ms Ting said she was happy to see the press again. 'I'm now ready to talk about Bruce and what my life was like after his death,' she said. She is preparing to write her autobiography, probably in English because she wants a worldwide audience for her personal story about her life with the martial arts superstar, including events of the night he died. She will reveal the story of their affair and clear up the mystery of what happened on the fateful night of July 20, 1973. Ms Ting said: 'I'm determined to tell my story because I want to describe my experience and also Bruce's thoughts. 'I don't want others to write fake stories about me any more.' Yesterday's opening attracted more than a dozen local and Japanese Bruce Lee fans. The exhibition features film memorabilia from around the world, movie posters, news clippings of Lee's death, comic strips and videos of the star. A Japanese fan was overjoyed to see Ms Ting and asked her to autograph his T-shirt. Ms Ting, accompanied by Wong Yiu-keung, chairman of the club, walked around the exhibition and bought some souvenir T-shirts. Other visitors included music promoter Anders Nelsson, who appeared in a Bruce Lee film and is now Ms Ting's agent.