July 20 marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Bruce Lee, and the beginning of decades of his longevity as a cultural icon and international influencer.
The Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) is honoring his legacy with a very special Bruce Lee Day with FREE ADMISSION to the museum, gift shop—and their landmark exhibit, We Are Bruce Lee: Under the Sky, One Family.
In addition, visitors will be able to check out the new Bruce Lee mural on Joice Street alley in the place of his birth—San Francisco Chinatown—to celebrate the premiere of season 3 of WARRIOR, a martial arts drama inspired by the writings of Bruce Lee, available on the streaming service MAX.
This mural was created by DJ Agana and Vogue and produced by Bay Area mural production company ICU Art with support from the Bruce Lee Foundation and sponsored by MAX Multicultural and Digital Innovations team. It is a featured stop on CHSA’s upcoming augmented reality 3D walking tour of Chinatown that shares historical references and inspiration for the storyline in WARRIOR.
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