On Sunday, June 7, ESPN aired a brand-new documentary on martial arts legend, Bruce Lee, known as Be Water. The movie, which was directed by Bao Nguyen, in keeping with USA TODAY, pays homage to Bruce’s favourite saying: “Empty your thoughts, be formless, shapeless – like water. Now you set water in a cup, it turns into the cup. You place water right into a bottle, it turns into the bottle. You place it in a teapot, it turns into the teapot. Now water can circulate or it might crash. Be water, my buddy.”
The movie delves into the late athlete’s life, whereas additionally highlighting the accomplishments of Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shannon. Not solely has Shannon carried on the passionate message of her father, because the chairperson because the board of administrators for the Bruce Lee basis, however she has additionally discovered solace by his martial arts teachings and knowledge.
Bruce Lee’s daughter, Shannon, grew up with a ardour for performing.
Shannon spent half her childhood in Los Angeles, and the opposite half in Hong Kong, however one yr after her father handed away in 1974, she moved to Los Angeles along with her household, in keeping with BruceLee.com. After finding out martial arts as a toddler and graduating highschool, she attended and graduated from Tulane College, the place she appeared in a number of musicals and operas. She graduated with a B.F.A. in vocal efficiency, after which determined to maneuver again to Los Angeles, to pursue appearing full-time.
A few of Shannon’s appearing credit embrace Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, WMAC Masters, Excessive Voltage, Martial Regulation, Blade and Enter the Eagles. She additionally continued singing, and ended up additionally co-writing and acting on the album, “The Mechanical Forces of Love with Medication” with Cantonese singer, Sam Hui.