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Shannon Lee

Born April 19, 1969, Shannon Emery Lee is the only daughter of martial artist and kung fu film legend Bruce Lee. As a youngster, she studied jeet kune do under Richard Bustillo, who was one of her father’s students. However, her serious studies didn’t begin until the late 1990s. To prepare for roles in action movies, she restarted her jeet kune do studies under the tutelage of Ted Wong. As the action in her roles intensified, such as Enter the Eagles (1998), Shannon Emery Lee increased her martial arts studies. She trained in taekwondo with Tan Dao-liang and wushu with Eric Chen. She also learned martial arts from the action director of Enter the Eagles, Yuen De, who is Jackie Chan’s Chinese opera brother. Because the film required her to fight Benny Urquidez, Shannon Emery Lee also took up kickboxing. Urquidez was her teacher.

Today, Shannon Emery Lee keeps her hand in the martial arts world as the president of Bruce Lee Enterprises, which is a public-benefit corporation that seeks to preserve, perpetuate and disseminate Bruce Lee’s life example, philosophies and jeet kune do.

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  1. Bruce Lee’s Fighting Method | Bruce Lee’s Workout Routine, Jeet Kune Do Techniques and Bruce Lee Pictures

    Bruce Lee’s Fighting Method | Bruce Lee’s Workout Routine, Jeet Kune Do Techniques and Bruce Lee Pictures

    Bruce Lee’s Fighting Method: The Complete Edition brings the iconic four-volume Fighting Method series together into one definitive book.

    As one of the pioneering resources available on Bruce Lee’s jeet kune do, Bruce Lee’s Fighting Method: The Complete Edition breathes new life into hallowed pages with digitally remastered photography of Bruce
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  2. Bruce Lee’s Chinese Gung Fu: The Philosophical Art of Self-Defense

    We recently reimagined Bruce Lee’s Chinese Gung Fu: The Philosophical Art of Self-Defense with new text, digitally remastered photos, never-before-seen images and a brand-new cover.

    This new edition of the landmark book gives martial arts enthusiasts and collectors exactly what they want: more Bruce Lee.

    In addition to the master’s insightful explanations
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