Bruce Lee’s legacy and issues with racism are about to take centre stage this weekend on ESPN. Photo: Sam Tsang Bruce Lee’s legacy and issues with racism are about to take centre stage this weekend on ESPN. Photo: Sam Tsang
Bruce Lee’s legacy and issues with racism are about to take centre stage this weekend on ESPN. Photo: Sam Tsang
Patrick Blennerhassett
Opinion

Opinion

Sensei Says by Patrick Blennerhassett

Bruce Lee 30 for 30 ESPN documentary set to tackle racism against Hong Kong superstar for being Chinese

  • Be Water, which will be broadcast on Sunday, looks to explore the racial discrimination Bruce Lee suffered throughout his career
  • As riots continue across the US after the death of George Floyd, we again find ourselves forced to reckon with the hard truths of modern society

Bruce Lee’s legacy and issues with racism are about to take centre stage this weekend on ESPN. Photo: Sam Tsang Bruce Lee’s legacy and issues with racism are about to take centre stage this weekend on ESPN. Photo: Sam Tsang
Bruce Lee’s legacy and issues with racism are about to take centre stage this weekend on ESPN. Photo: Sam Tsang
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