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HAPPY NEW YEAR!  With every new year comes a new opportunity to lead the life we imagine for ourselves.  Here is my TEXx Limassol talk on "How To Be An Action Hero" the Bruce Lee way.  It starts with the heart...take action! xShannon


Click on the screen to watch!




Happy 75th Birthday Dad!  Thank you to all for the amazing birthday love.  My father loved to celebrate his birthday, and I know we would have abosultely loved this outpouring of love on his 75th.  We put together a video of some of the amazing birthday messages that we received.  Thank you!  xox Shannon



The years between The Green Hornet and the Hong Kong films were often difficult for Bruce Lee. In Hollywood he wasn't getting offered the roles he felt he deserved, he struggled to support his family, and he injured his back very seriously and was told that he would never be able to participate in martial arts again.


He turned to many self-help books during this time for inspiration. One day he took hold of one of his own business cards and wrote the phrase "Walk On!" on the back. He bought a special stand for this card and kept it on his desk as a constant reminder to always move forward.


With this as his mantra, Bruce Lee worked himself into the best shape of his life, wrote volumes of notes on many different subjects and ideas, and further developed his art of Jeet Kune Do.


The rest is history.

When life gives you obstacles, you must summon the courage and walk on!


Bruce Lee Men's and Women's Rings are available now -->  CLICK HERE




I am amazied and humbled by the effect and inspiration that my father continues to have across cultures and generations.  My father was recently inducted into the California Hall of Fame.  Marcos Breton of the Sacramento Bee attended the induction ceremony and wrote this wonderful article about how "Bruce Lee saved me in my darkest hour."  I hope you will take a few minutes to read the article.  Walk On!  TO READ THE ARTICLE CLICK HERE 

It's time for the 3rd Annual Bruce Lee Costume Contest!  Last year we had so many great entries.  I can't wait to see the submissions this year!  Will you be Kato (Green Hornet), Lee (Enter The Dragon), Li Tsung (LongStreet), Billy Lo (Game of Death), Winslow Wong (Marlowe), Cheng Chao-an (Big Boss), Tang Lung (The Way of The Dragon) or will you be casual Bruce (with his great sartorial style?).  To enter, CLICK HERE or follow Bruce Lee on Twitter (@BruceLee) or Instagram (Bruce Lee) and post your photo with the hashtag #MyBestBruce.  I will hand pick 11 winners in all (we are giving out some great items).  Have fun, be creative and GOOD LUCK!  xShannon




"My personal message to people is that I hope they will go towards self-actualization rather than self-image actualization.  I hope they will search within themselves for honest self-expression."  Bruce Lee



THE INTERCEPTING FIST.  Bruce Lee was interested only in full contact, reality based martial arts, training and sparring. My father's focus with these sparring sessions was not on defense, but on intercepting an opponent's attack with an attack of one's own (as demonstrated by Bruce Lee in this video from the 1967 Long Beach International Karate Championships). He was the first martial artist in North America, if not the world, to have his students wearing boxing gloves, headgear and body protectors and spar all out. To Bruce, the only litmus test of a combative technique's worth was whether or not it could be landed effectively on an opponent.




After 2+ years of development, I am proud to announce the release of Bruce Tea, a premium ready to drink tea based on the personal recipe of my father.  The tea will be rolling out natiowide.  To purchase the tea online, CLICK HERE.


Thank you for your amazing support.  I hope you enjoy the GOOD ENERGY of BRUCE TEA!





As we continue the year long celebration of Bruce Lee's 75th Anniversary, I hope you will watch Bruce Lee "Artist of Life."  It is a brief examination of the breadth and depth of Bruce Lee.  Enjoy! xShannon



As part of the yearlong celebration of Bruce Lee's 75th Anniversary my mother, Linda Lee, discusses Bruce Lee.  This is post #9/75.


Interview footage appears courtesy of Network Entertainment from the documentary "I Am Bruce Lee".  "I Am Bruce Lee" is available here:

Music is by Richard Grewar off of his album 'Ghosts'. You can find Richard's music in iTunes:




In this post celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Bruce Lee, we focused on one of my favorite quotes from my father:  "The medicine for my suffering, I had within me from the very beginning."  This is post #5/75 as we celebrate all year long until my father's birthday on November 27th, 2015.  I hope this video, and my father's words inspire you!  xShannon



My father faced many challenges in his life.  With each set-back, he summoned the courage to Walk On!  Most importantly, he never gave up!  This video is based around an excerpt from a poem that my father wrote.


The music is by Richard Grewar.  You can find his album 'Ghosts' here:



2015 is a special year.  It is the 75th Anniversary of my father's birth, and the 50th Anniversary of my brother, Brandon's birth.  Today we kick off a year long celebration.  I hope you will watch the VLOG detailing all of the fun things we will be doing to celebrate Bruce and Brandon Lee.  


Thank you for your amazing support!  xShannon



I am very excited to announce that Bruce Lee: Enter The Game is live in iTunes, GooglePlay and Amazon.  So many of you have been asking for a long, long time for us to do a game, and we've done it!  We worked really hard with Hibernum Studios to create a fun Bruce Lee game.  Please watch the VLOG below!


To download Enter The Game in iTunes ---> .  In GooglePlay---> . In Amazon--->




The Bruce Lee Foundation has partnered with The Wing Luke Museum to open Do You Know Bruce, a new Bruce Lee exhibit in Seattle, WA.  Outside of Hong Kong, it is the only Bruce Lee exhibit in the world.  My father's time in Seattle, WA shaped much of his life.  Below is a short PSA about the exhibit.  Please click here to visit WingLuke.Org to learn more! xShannon





It's Halloween Costume Contest time! Get ready to release your inner warrior and show me your best Bruce Lee! I will pick ten winners this year! There is no criteria. You could win for all sorts of reasons. But my advice, if I have any, is "Don't think! Feeeel!"


Contest begins October 27th and ends at 11:59 pm PST on November 2nd. Ten winners will be announced November 3rd! Winners will receive a new moleskin journal and a flying man tee! All who enter will get a 10% coupon for our store.
So go for it! Get into it! But most importantly, have FUN! Life is too short not to!
Happy Halloween, everybody!  TO ENTER CLICK HERE .  You can also simply post your costume in Instagram using the hashtag #MyBestBruce.

Bruce Lee created a symbol to represent his art and his life.  He used this symbol in his schools, on his stationary and business cards, and he created a medallion of this symbol that he wore on a long chain around his neck.  This symbol, which bears his philosophical quote, "Using no way as way; having no limitation as limitation", had deep meaning for him and represented an approach to life that was free and limitless in its possibilities if one could flow with change and turn obstacles into stepping stones.


We collaborated with Moleskine to bring you this leather bound journal which bears the Core Symbol.  As you may know, my father was a prolific writer, an artist of life.  You can find the journal by CLICKING HERE.




A friend of mine found this on facebook.  I LOVE the confidence and panache of this artist (I don't know his name), it is definitely worth the watch.  Enjoy!



Be Bruce Lee

Apr 07, 2014

I am very pleased to announce our partnership with Electronic Arts in the new UFC video game for the next gen consoles.  I hope you will watch the VLOG we did for this grand occasion.  Shannon



Bruce Lee's JKD Symbol Medallion:

My father created a symbol to represent his art and his life. He used this symbol on his schools, his stationery, his business cards, and he created a medallion of this symbol which he wore on a long chain around his neck. This symbol, which bears his philosophical quote, "Using no way as way; having no limitation as limitation", had deep meaning for him and represented an approach to life that was free and limitless in its possibilities if one could flow with change and turn obstacles into stepping stones! I hope this homage to my father's style and beliefs resonates with you and brings meaning to your life!  I hope you will watch the VLOG we prepared on the meaning behind the necklace (below).  xShannon


Sports Illustrated just released it's Top 50 Althletes of All Time.  My father was #15.  One of the things that jumped out at me is that Bruce Lee and Laird Hamilton (Extreme Surfer) were the only two athletes on the list who did not compete in a tournament, league, game, sport or the like.  Also, Royce Gracie is # 44.  What are your thoughts?


The list:  #1  Michael Jordan, #2 Muhammed Ali, #3 Jackie Robinson, #4 Wayne Gretsky, #5 Jim Thorpe, #6 Babe Ruth, #7 Tiger Woods, #8 Roger Federer, #9 Michael Phelps, #10 Pele, #11 Kareem Abdul-Jabber, #12 Bo Jackson, #13 Carl Lewis, #14 Gordie Howe, #15 BRUCE LEE, #16 Larry Bird, #17 Magic Johnson, #18 Bill Russell, #19 Joe Montana, #20 Babe Didrikson Zaharias, #21 Mickey Mantle, #22 Willie Mays, #23 Jack Nicklaus, #24 Ted Williams, #25 Margaret Court, #26 Diego Maradona, #27 Jim Brown, #28 Mark Spitz, #29 Deion Sanders, #30 Walter Peyton, #31 Joe Lewis, #32 Emmitt Smith, #33 Lou Gherig, #34 Hank Aaron, #35 Laird Hamilton, #36 Jerry Rice, #37 Wilt Chamberlin, #38 Mia Hamm, #39 Tony Hawk, #40 Joe DiMaggio, #41 Peyton Manning, #42 Ty Cobb, #43 Mark Allen, #44 Royce Gracie, #45 Jesse Owens, #46 Serena Williams, #47 LeBron James, #48 Sandy Koufax, #49 Cy Young, #50 Lawrence Taylor.