Firstly, to find the tiny home in the backstreets of Southern China was quite tricky and although we had instructions, our driver had problems, so we went to the Bruce Lee 'theme park' to find out:
|The entrance to the theme park, with a pair of phoenixes, and enormous statue of Bruce Lee in the distance.|
However in this case there is an exception. Bruce Lee's Chinese screen name, Li Xiaolong (李小龍; is translated as "Li young dragon"). This name is that which most Chinese are familiar with and is also a term of endearment for Bruce Lee. As he is already a 'dragon,' there is no need to put a second dragon there.
|Jodi with gigantic statue of Li Xiaolong in the background.|
Then it dawned on me that Li Xiaolong is actually the dragon himself, so there is no need to put any other image of a dragon in the entire theme park at all!
Incredible that although Bruce Lee died in 1973 we are still talking about him today. He would have been 74 this year. RIP.
We found a park attendant willing to guide us to the Bruce Lee family Ancestral Temple for 100RMB (extremely expensive, but worth it!).
...to be continued...
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