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The Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Exhibition

The Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Exhibition

The Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Exhibition

Ni hao and welcome to Hong Kong Events Guide.

The “Bruce Lee: Kung fu. Art. Life” exhibition is held at one of the most famous tourist attractions in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum.

Okay, wait. Speaking of Chinese heritage makes you want to listen to some classical Chinese music right?

Here’s a track of beautiful Chinese bamboo flute music.

Listen to it on the background while reading. It will take you straight to the wonderful lands of Hong Kong, China.

 

Feeling the Chinese inspiration? Alright, let’s continue.

The Hong Kong Heritage Museum is located in Sha Tin, beside the Shing Mun River.

The Sha Tin district is one of the most popular among the 18 districts of Hong Kong.

This district is covered by the Mass Transit Railway (MTR). A huge public transport network in Hong Kong. So getting to and out of there couldn’t be easier.

One of the most crowd-pleasing exhibitions organized by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum is the Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Life Exhibition.

Born in Hong Kong, Bruce Lee was one of the most astounding Chinese Kung Fu legends. Feeling the Chinese inspiration? Alright, let’s continue.

The Hong Kong Heritage Museum is located in Sha Tin, beside the Shing Mun River.

The Sha Tin district is one of the most popular among the 18 districts of Hong Kong.

This district is covered by the Mass Transit Railway (MTR). A huge public transport network in Hong Kong. So getting to and out of there couldn’t be easier.

One of the most crowd-pleasing exhibitions organized by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum is the Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Life Exhibition.

Born in Hong Kong, Bruce Lee was one of the most astounding Chinese Kung Fu legends.

 

The museum collected souvenirs from local and overseas collectors to honor his short but fruitful life.

Since the opening of the exhibition in 2013, it got so popular that it’s period got extended until 2020.

So if you’re interested in Bruce Lee, I advise you to not miss this one out.

The Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Life Exhibition features the following:

His personal life and his achievements.
The “Jeet Kune Do” (an expression of martial arts founded by Bruce Lee)
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His philosophy in life and his quotes.
Items displayed for the first time like clothing and pictures of him and his family.
Tools used by Bruce Lee in practicing Kung Fu and other martial arts.
“The Brilliant Life of Bruce Lee” ( a 75 minute documentary on Bruce Lee’s life).
A 3.5-meter high statue of Bruce Lee performing one of his famous moves. (the high kick)

“Hong Kong Heritage Museum,side entrance”

“Bruce Lee”

Time and Place

when?– Every Wednesday (3.00pm- 4.00pm) , Every Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday (12.00pm-1.00pm) and (3.00pm-4.00pm)

Where? – 2nd Floor, Thematic Gallery 6, Hong Kong Heritage Museum , 1 Man Lam Road, Sha Tin, Hong Kong

 

For more details, check the Hong Kong Heritage Museum’s official website.

The Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Life Exhibition is so cool it even has its own application on Google Play Store and Apple store.

Here’s a video that shows some of the exhibition’s features

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BELOW IS A LIST OF SOME OF THE OTHER IMPORTANT TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN SHA TIN:

1
Sha Tin Racecourse : A racecourse for horse racing.
2
en Thousand Buddhas Monastery: A mid-20th-century temple.
3
Sha Tin Park: A beautiful park along the Shing Mun River.
4
Lion Rock: A lion-shaped hill.
5
Tsang Tai Uk: A walled village at the mountain’s foot.
6
Sha Tin Town Hall: A town hall at the center of Sha Tin District

Now that we’ve talked about all these amazing tourist attractions, let’s see what are the best places to reside in to be close enough to all these enthusiastic spots.

Still listening to that music? If not, play it again to live in the Chinese moment.

Some of the main Hotels in Sha Tin are:

  • Royal Park Hotel:

 

One of the largest hotels in Sha Tin.

It’s just a 5-minute walk away from the MTR  station.

It has amazing views of the Shing Mun River.

The biggest shopping mall in Hong Kong, New Town Plaza, is located next to the hotel.

 

  • Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong Sha Tin:

 

This glass-fronted hotel overlooks the Shing Mun River.

It’s only a 9-minute walk from the subway station.

 

  • Regal Riverside Hotel:

 

This 17-floored hotel is only a 10-15 minute walk from the MTR station.

It is also located near the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery.

Features views from the Shing Mun River

 

· Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin:

 

If you want a place that is far from the city noise, then this is the best hotel for you.

It’s only a 5-minute drive from the Sha Tin Racecourse and the Hong Kong Science Park.

Takeaway:

If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you’ll never get it done. Make at least one definite move daily toward your goal.

-Bruce Lee

So if you’re interested, Stop Thinking and Go to Hong Kong!

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