Who played bruce lee story
The Bruce Lee Story by Linda LeeThis book is basically a retelling of the authors first book Bruce Lee: The Man Only I Knew. With differences of course, with some information of the previous book missing(view spoiler)[, like Bruces dog Bobby (hide spoiler)] but having much more new information(view spoiler)[, like his mothers ancestry and the overall information on his training and family (hide spoiler)].
Of course your reading experience might be different than mine since I got a copy from the library where a fan made constant underlinings and comments, so far that he/she even drew hearts in the book, that one class picture of Lee would not need to say who he is (since he wasnt the only guy with glasses there) because the fan had drawn a heart around his head. Which was kind of annoying sometimes.
But either way this was a very entertaining and informative book. Like its predecessor this book showes Bruce Lee as a man and not as a legend. It doesnt shy away from ugly truths and hardships he faced, which in my mind makes him a much better role model than his legend does.
Well, this one was much better than the first one, with more info and depth. Some stuff I find a tad odd but that is usually balanced out. Except for one thing: (view spoiler)[She talks as though China has ever been conquered and western lands never. I beg to differ on that (e.g. Napoleon anyone?) and I know China has been beaten in history, but was it ever conquered since the Mongols came? (hide spoiler)]
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Jason Scott Lee
John in honor of Jason Scott Lee. Lee was born in Los Angeles. Lee started his acting career with small roles in Born in East L. Lee was originally considered for the role of Liu Kang in the film Mortal Kombat , but Lee turned down the role and was replaced by Robin Shou. In he played Aladdin in the miniseries Arabian Nights.