Remembering the Master: Bruce Lee, James Yimm Lee, and the Creation of Jeet Kune Do
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During the period known to martial arts aficionados as the Oakland Years (1962-1965), the two men lived and trained together, and their mutual collaboration evolved into the now-famous fighting art known as Jeet Kune Do. Remembering the Master chronicles this formative period in Bruce Lee's life for the first time ever. Never-before-published photos from James Yimm Lee's own scrapbook convey a vivid sense of the people, places, events, and experiences of this exciting era.. Family members, students, and friends share anecdotes and stories, while writings by prominent martial artists—including Al Novak, George Lee, Al Dacoscos, Leo Fong, Eric Lee, and David Cox—reflect on the men's profound influence and enduring legacy. Together, Bruce Lee and his comrade, friend, and mentor James
Dan M. said Hard to find book. Great book, I knew one of the people interviewed.. Great book This was a very well written book about the legendary Bruce Lee from a very personal perspective. I highly reccommend this book for the Bruce Lee fan.. Bruce Lee timeling Interesting book, this book has a timeline of both Bruce Lee and James Yimm Lee. and a collection of letters in rememberance of both men
The author of more than fifty books on the subject, he lives in Oakland, CA.Greglon Yimm Lee is a writer and martial arts instructor. Sid Campbell, an authority on martial arts, helped introduce the art of karate to the Western world. He lives in Berkeley, CA.
The author of more than fifty books on the subject, he lives in Oakland, CA.Greglon Yimm Lee is a writer and martial arts instructor. About the Author Sid Campbell, an authority on martial arts, helped introduce the art of karate to the Western world. He lives in Berkeley, CA.