A Post-it note with ‘Be Water’ written on it, seen on one of the many ‘Lennon Walls’ in Hong Kong. Anti-extradition law protesters adopted Bruce Lee’s famous mantra to represent their guerilla strategy in 2019. Photo: Enid Tsui A Post-it note with ‘Be Water’ written on it, seen on one of the many ‘Lennon Walls’ in Hong Kong. Anti-extradition law protesters adopted Bruce Lee’s famous mantra to represent their guerilla strategy in 2019. Photo: Enid Tsui
A Post-it note with ‘Be Water’ written on it, seen on one of the many ‘Lennon Walls’ in Hong Kong. Anti-extradition law protesters adopted Bruce Lee’s famous mantra to represent their guerilla strategy in 2019. Photo: Enid Tsui

Be Water, My Friend: the Bruce Lee philosophy at heart of Hong Kong protests – and a new book by his daughter

  • Shannon Lee was ‘amazed’ to see protesters adopt her father’s famous mantra, which is also the title of her new book
  • ‘This is the point of his philosophy, it is to be applied, to help you to figure out how to move through life in a particular way’

Topic |   Bruce Lee
A Post-it note with ‘Be Water’ written on it, seen on one of the many ‘Lennon Walls’ in Hong Kong. Anti-extradition law protesters adopted Bruce Lee’s famous mantra to represent their guerilla strategy in 2019. Photo: Enid Tsui A Post-it note with ‘Be Water’ written on it, seen on one of the many ‘Lennon Walls’ in Hong Kong. Anti-extradition law protesters adopted Bruce Lee’s famous mantra to represent their guerilla strategy in 2019. Photo: Enid Tsui
A Post-it note with ‘Be Water’ written on it, seen on one of the many ‘Lennon Walls’ in Hong Kong. Anti-extradition law protesters adopted Bruce Lee’s famous mantra to represent their guerilla strategy in 2019. Photo: Enid Tsui
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