Friday, December 26, 2008

The Legend of Bruce Lee – Episode 50 (Final) – Jeet Kune Do, A Great Martial Art Philosophy

I have been following Bruce Lee The Legend series in TV8 for the last few weeks. The show ended today as most of us already know with the death of the great martial artist. Danny Chan Kwok Kuen and Michelle Lang, the stars of the show, were excellent in playing the part of Bruce Lee and Linda Lee Cadwell. Bruce Lee incorporated all the useful moves of a few type of martial arts like Wushu, Jujitsu, Karate, Teakwando, boxing and many others to form his own martial art, Jeet Kune Do. Every moves in any type of martial art have its’ own pro and con. Any move that is redundant or not practical is removed by Bruce to form this new type of martial art. This concept enables Bruce to counter attack and react very fast against his opponent. Many of his opponents that think the martial they practice are the best and look down on other martial art lost to him. This great philosophy teaches us one thing, in real life, no matter what you believe in or practice, no one is always wrong or always right. Try to follow whatever that is right and you think is good. Don’t be too proud of what you believe in or think that you are always right! Approach everything you encounter in life with an open mind.
This is...........errrrr, Bruce Lim, yours truly Ha Ha!........ picture taken by my daughter!

15 comments:

Kikey Loo said...

u r Bruce Lee number 2! haha.. :D

acura said...

The great Bruce Lee is the father of Mixed Martial Arts. He took the best of everything & combined them into one unique system. He is truly revolutionary in his thinking.

If you like martial arts then you should check out the movie, Ip Man - the master of Bruce Lee. It's awesome

suituapui said...

Is that you? Looks like a naughty little kid!!! Hahahahaha!!!! Eyew...that series! No thanks! Oops...forgot u're a die-hard Bruce Lee fan! LOL!!!

foongpc said...

What you say is so true - approach everything with an open mind, because there's no right or wrong. I heard that what we saw on 8tv is only half of the actual show as 8tv cuts off 50% of each episode to accommodate the ads! If want to see the original full version, get the DVD. In any case, I think this show is not the accurate version as it tends to make Bruce Lee as a hero, when in actual fact, he's known as a womaniser who does not care for his wife and children at the height of his career.

Pete said...

Kikey : Bruised Lee maybe, ha ha! LOL!

Acura : I like how he incorporate philosophy into martial art. I planning to watch Ip Man too! Saw the preview, very interesting!

STP : Ha ha, STP only watch AFC? LOL

Foongpc : Yes, I plan to get the DVD. Very inspiring show.

lcfu said...

bruised lee hohohoho if the series is real good, i may download and watch once i have settled down my stuff next yr

CheaHS@n said...

Bruce Lee got his famous 3 lightning kicks called "Lee san chiao" direct translation [Lee 3 Legs] and you've got Lim Peh 3 Kah? Careful not to koyak your pants.

Chris said...

haha.. who is him? U?

Pete said...

lcfu : Agree, really good show. I am going to watch it again.

Cheah : Luckily wear jeans, didn't koyak. Ha Ha, 3 kah.....third leg lorrr! LOL

Chris : Bruce Lee wannabe, Bruceformation...ha ha.... LOL!

Chris said...

haha...

eunice said...

Was that you kicking? @_@ Not a bad kick hehehehe

Pete said...

Eunice : Ya lorrr, luckily pants did not koyak!

cleffairy said...

my dad and my husband loves Bruce Lee, but I dun really like... dono why...i like Jackie Chan more,Jackie Chan more funny.

Calvin Soo KJ said...

wuuuuhoooo!!!!! just dont fall down. hahahaha

Pete said...

Cleff : Yes, Jackie Chan more funny, Bruce shows are more serious, for hard core guys like us, ha ha!

Calvin : Fall down never mind, luckily seluar didn't koyak.

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