'The Bruce Lee that Hong Kong Knew' Series
In association with the exhibition "Bruce Lee: Kung Fu ‧ Art ‧ Life"
Bruce Lee was one of the world’s most famous martial artists and an action movie star who became an international icon. But before he gained fame and popularity, Bruce lived and grew up in Hong Kong, and that’s the theme that the Hong Kong Heritage Museum wants to explore. 'The Bruce Lee that Hong Kong Knew' is a series of dedicated activities that look at Bruce Lee and explore his life, career and achievements from a variety of perspectives – some completely original. The programmes will lead Hong Kong citizens into the world of Bruce Lee.
Lecture on “Bruce Lee’s Philosophy of Success”
This lecture will be conducted in Cantonese.
Reaching beyond borders, Bruce Lee’s stories of heroism have inspired countless people across the world. But apart from his personal charisma, what makes him such a highly successful role model in martial arts and the film industry? The speaker shares Bruce Lee’s philosophy and law of success with the audience.
Sharing of “The Making of a Bruce Lee Sculpture”
This sharing session will be conducted in Cantonese.
Bruce Lee is a Hong Kong idol and the pride of the Chinese people. As part of the exhibition, the museum has commissioned renowned sculptor Chu Tat-shing to create a unique sculpture of Bruce Lee. In this sharing session, the artist discusses the creative processes – from concept, finalisation and sculpting to enlargement, reproduction, transportation and installation – and the memorable moments from the 12 months and more that it took to complete the sculpture.
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