Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Bruce Lee Action Museum Inaugural Fundraiser - YouTube

Bruce Lee Action Museum Inaugural Fundraiser - YouTube

The show goes on


More than 100 items of memorabilia telling the life story of late kung fu legend Bruce Lee will go on display for the first time in July.
The five-year Bruce Lee exhibition at the Heritage Museum in Sha Tin is the result of efforts by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department after a plan to convert the star's former home into a museum fell through.
The department said most of the exhibits would be on loan from the Bruce Lee Foundation, a public benefit corporation which aims to promote and preserve the legacy of the late star, run by his family - wife Linda Lee Cadwell and daughter Shannon Lee.

Seattle Museum


Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell has found a way to honor his childhood hero, Bruce Lee.
He is working with Lee’s daughter, Shannon Lee, to create a Bruce Lee Action Museum — known as BLAM! — to honor the action-movie star’s legacy and teachings.
“We really want to showcase the legacy of action, which I believe is my father’s real legacy,” Lee said.
That action refers to more than just his movies, she said. It includes his social, cultural and philosophical contributions.