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    Bruce Lee was a revered Martial Artist, Actor, and filmmaker and creator of the Martial Arts style, Jeet Kune Do. Before his profound fame and popularity rose to the top of the charts, Bruce was already a child actor in the movie called the green hornet. Bruce, born Lee Jun Fan on November 27th, 1940 in San Francisco, California, was born in both the hour and year of the dragon. Lee's father was a Hong Kong Opera singer. Lee received the name Bruce from a nurse at his birthing hospital. As a teenager, he was taunted by British students for his Chinese background and later joined a street gang. Lee finished high school in Edison, Washington, and subsequently enrolled as a philosophy major at the University of Washington. Under the tutelage…

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    entertainers are no different and there is one specific icon who has influenced the entertainment world in various ways: Bruce Lee. Known for his martial arts films, Bruce Lee has displayed…

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    Pertaining to American history it is vital to educate yourself about two symbolic men that put their differences aside so the Civil War could come to an end. Two men named Grant and Lee were able to do just that. In the reading “Grant and Lee: A Study of Contrast” by Bruce Catton, the author writes a compare and contrast essay detailing their backgrounds, personalities, and aspirations. When evaluating all of these contributing factors it is clear that Lee was vastly a more impressionable…

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    In Bruce Catton's essay "Grand and Lee: A study in Contrasts," the author uses compare and contrast to highlight each general's different strengths, upbringing, and values. In addition to compare and contrast, describing aspects of their life provides better insight into each general's envision for the country. Both armies in the Civil War fought to preserve their way of life, and their purpose reflected the values of their leaders. But despite their differences, the two generals were able to…

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    The Bruce Lee Analysis

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    “The Bruce Lee Story,” written by Linda Lee, Mike Lee, and Jack Vaughn, was published in 1989 in memories of one of the biggest influences, Bruce Lee. I have always admired Bruce Lee’s character because he seemed to have so much wisdom stored within himself. He’s a very driven and talented individual who not only inspire others to be the best they can be but also hopes that society remains peaceful without any complications. Because he is such an honorable figure, I decided to read more about…

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    Bruce Lee was a huge influence on American society through his martial arts. He was one of the first pioneers of mixed martial artist by his own developed fighting style and inspired many American fighters. By choreographing his own martial arts in his movies, he changed the perspective of Chinese culture and exposed it in America. Bruce lee overcame much diversity between his American culture and his Chinese and fought to expose his philosophy and martial arts. Martial arts were Bruce lee’s…

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    Who Is Jeet Kune Do?

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    recommend medication such as Citalopram, Xanax, and Prozac. According to doctors interviewed in Understanding Anxiety, most doctors who diagnose an anxiety disorder don’t know exactly what anxiety is. Medication has major side effects, and typically those side effects are worse than the anxiety the medication is meant to cure. However, alternative practices for coping and curing anxiety are becoming more and more popular within the last decade. Bruce Lee invented the martial art Jeet Kune Do…

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    In these movies, Lee connects with the viewer by portraying himself as a common man facing a struggle, usually the oppression of a freedom that Bruce’s character embodies. Granted average viewers have never faced a mob boss, the premise of an ordinary minority man challenging the tyrannical power of foreigners made for a popular action plot. Lee would then use his martial arts skills, wits, and training in weapons, most popularly the nunchakus, to completely devastate the opposition. His role in…

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    Later, I competed in Tae Kwon Do, and weight loss was an integral part of competition fighting. My weight loss plan and fitness training was then based a lot on the same ideas that Bruce Lee had. I will now outline a simple and yet effective weight loss and exercise plan.For weight loss, start with a “low-carb” diet, eating boneless/skinless chicken breasts, London broil, fish and shellfish, and very lean hamburger, for meats. Also for weight loss, for vegetables, only eat green and white…

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    Martial Arts Influence

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    He was not only an actor and martial artist, he was also film producer, director, and singer. During his acting years, various directors tried to portray Jackie Chan as another form of Bruce Lee and failed. Lee’s techniques were too different from the ones Jackie Chan knew. Instead, he created a whole new film genre: comedy action films. In average action films, the actors were usually serious in their fights and seen as great heroes, but Jackie Chan acted as a foolish man in his films. He was…

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