Hidden under countless layers of plastic wrapping in Tsim Sha Tsui is the statue of martial arts legend Bruce Lee, which will become Hong Kong's first permanent memorial to Lee more than 30 years after his death. The wraps come off on Sunday, with the statue being unveiled in the evening by Lee's brother, Robert, to mark the late star's 65th birthday. The 2.5-metre statue, resembling Lee's famous pose in his 1972 kung fu classic Fist of Fury, was shaped by mainland sculptor Cao Chongen and cost more than $800,000. Sunday's unveiling ceremony is part of the week-long Bruce Lee Festival on the Avenue of Stars. People in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina, will make history by unveiling the world's first Bruce Lee monument on Saturday.