Bruce Lee

TanDao on November 27th, 2013

Seventy three years ago in the year of the dragon (1940) during the hour of the dragon a martial arts legend was born. Bruce Lee, nicknamed the Little Dragon, has joined the pantheon of mythic and pop heroes like Hercules, Achilles and Superman. Bruce Lee is undoubtably the most famous martial artist that ever lived. […]

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admin on September 6th, 2013

Working with Wong Shun Leng Imagine:  having the opportunity to spend a year working with the master who taught Bruce Lee kung fu. Awesome! In 1982, I wrote and directed the first video on Wing Chun – The Science of In Fighting, with Wong Shun Leung. He was one of Grandmaster Yip Man’s inner circle […]

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TanDao on August 2nd, 2013

Received a comment and question from Ofir, who is part of our growing TanDao Clan: “Hi Master Tan, you’ve got great clips, very inspiring, I’ve got a question: how do you bridge the gap between Bruce Lee so called anti-forms theory and 5 animals kung fu forms that you show?” Great question! There is a […]

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TanDao on March 22nd, 2013

“Be formless, shapeless, like water,” said Bruce Lee, echoing the words of the ancient Chinese philosopher Sun Tzu. Written over two thousand years ago, Sun Tzu’s classic treatise Art of War uses water as a metaphor for strategies in managing conflict. The theme of this year’s World Water Day is Water Cooperation. We are facing […]

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TanDao on November 26th, 2012

This November 27, 2012 would have been Bruce Lee’s 72nd birthday. He died at 32, but is an icon who brought martial arts to global awareness.  Time has given me a mature perspective on the accomplishments and limitations of this spectacular martial artist. Here are some posts I wrote on Lee. And thanks to our […]

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