Bruce Lee transformed media perceptions of Chinese male stereotypes with his films, insisting on playing roles of real people rather than caricatures. • Photo by Jack Truitt
Bruce Lee transformed media perceptions of Chinese male stereotypes with his films, insisting on playing roles of real people rather than caricatures. • Photo by Jack Truitt

The “Do You Know Bruce?” Bruce Lee exhibit reopens for its second year on October 2 at the Wing Luke Museum.

Get to know the man who said, “To hell with circumstances, I create opportunities.” Retrace Bruce’s footsteps: his first martial arts studio, his first practice space, and his hangouts. The first year of the exhibit included handwritten poems by Bruce, training equipments, original press kit materials from Bruce’s films: Fists of Fury, The Chinese Connection, Return of the Dragon, Enter the Dragon, and Game of Death. This year, there will be the largest display of Green Hornet toys and collectibles ever in the U.S, handwritten film notes by Bruce, and a rare photo taken inside his early studio in Seattle’s Chinatown.

For tickets and more info, visit www.wingluke.org/bruceleetickets.

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