Essay on Bruce Lee

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Bruce Lee Christian Estrada                                    March 22, 1996 Literature-07                               Biography Report Introduction      Bruce Lee was born in the Chinese year of the dragon, in the hour of the dragon on November 27, 1940. From the beginning, it was obvious he was a remarkable and unique child with tremendous energy. His mother named him Lee Jun Fan,…show more content…
Another movie called "The Beginning of a Boy" he made in Hong Kong when he was six. Bruce's favorite saying from when he was just starting Kung Fu up to when he died was, "As long as I can remember, I feel I have had this great creative and spiritual force within me that is greater than faith, greater than ambition, greater than confidence, greater than determination, greater than vision. It is all combined. My brain becomes magnetized with this dominating force, which I hold in my hand." Bruce had learned this from Master Sifu Yip Man. Influences      Shortly after Bruce entered La Salle College of China (middle school to us), he came home one day and told his mother he was being bullied around after school. He wanted to be trained in the martial arts. His father practiced Tai Chi Chuan, which is a series of exercises and moves carried out in slow motion. Bruce had joined his father once or twice doing Tai Chi, but the slowness of the movements did not appeal to him. His teacher became Master Sifu Yip Man, a master at Wing Chun system of Kung Fu.      Yip Man showed Bruce a way to find direction in life, he interested his young student in the philosophical teachings of Buddha, Confucius, Lao-Tze, the founders of Taoism, and other great spiritual Leaders. As a result, Bruce's mind became a sponge of the wisdom of such teachers, specifically, but not exclusively, the deep
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