Part of Lee’s enduring appeal is that the nonfiction version was so much more fascinating than the presentation on film. Yet he translated because he believed in what he did.
Not only that, but imagine the hostility of racial tensions and stereotypes he fought against, from both sides of the ledger. It was him who made it okay for westerners to train in gung fu, and who paved the way for Asian actors in major roles. The prejudices he came up against were real. Lee affected culture, which is about as much as one man can accomplish.
This garment runs large, we recommend sizing down one size for best fit
50% Cotton, 50% Polyester
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Model is 5’10”/154lbs and wearing size M
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