Bruce Lee Statue In L.A.’s Chinatown Unveiled

Bruce Lee has been memorialized with a seven-foot bronze statue in Los Angeles’ Chinatown.

The statue of the late actor and martial arts expert was unveiled Saturday to a crowd of several hundred people in the historical Central Plaza, according to the Los Angeles Times.

His daughter, Shannon, said the statue — which was created by an artist in Guangzhou, China — is the first of its kind to honor her father in the U.S. Its unveiling comes on the 40th anniversary of Lee’s death as well as the 75th anniversary of Chinatown and was part of the annual nighttime celebration Chinatown Summer Nights.

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