The 36th Blogger of Shaolin

Shaolin shadow blogging and the Wu Tang sword style

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This is easily one of my favourite pictures of all time. At first glance it looks like Bruce Lee taking a picture with a fan…which may very well be the case.
It becomes much, much more when it’s revealed that the fan is, in fact, legendary choreographer and director, Yuen Woo Ping.At this stage, Woo Ping will have already been training in the art of Peking Opera but it’s amazing that, years later, this kid would be choreographing the action in a sequel to Bruce Lee’s final film, “Game of Death.”

This is easily one of my favourite pictures of all time. At first glance it looks like Bruce Lee taking a picture with a fan…which may very well be the case.

It becomes much, much more when it’s revealed that the fan is, in fact, legendary choreographer and director, Yuen Woo Ping.

At this stage, Woo Ping will have already been training in the art of Peking Opera but it’s amazing that, years later, this kid would be choreographing the action in a sequel to Bruce Lee’s final film, “Game of Death.”

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