“Bruce Lee: Kung Fu · Art · Life” exhibition extended to 2026

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14th September 2020 – (Hong Kong) The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) announced today that, with mutual consent between the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and the Bruce Lee Foundation in the US, the “Bruce Lee: Kung Fu · Art · Life” exhibition being held at the museum will be revamped and the show period will be extended until 2026.
 
  This year marks the 47th anniversary of the passing of the internationally renowned movie star Bruce Lee. Since its opening in 2013, the “Bruce Lee: Kung Fu · Art · Life” exhibition has enjoyed continuous popularity, attracting a total attendance of about 3.7 million. Following mutual consent this year between the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and the Bruce Lee Foundation in the US, the exhibition period will be extended to December 31 (Thursday) and the revamp will then take place subsequently. The revamped exhibition is expected to reopen in the second half of 2021. In addition to implementing a redesign of the gallery and renewal of exhibits, the revamp will introduce a multimedia experience and other display items, offering visitors a refreshing and diverse experience. Furthermore, the local and overseas collectors of Bruce Lee memorabilia whose collection pieces are now on display at the exhibition have also agreed to extend the loan of their items to help let the legend of Bruce Lee go on at the museum.
 
 After the completion of revamp, the museum will hold various education and public programmes, including talks, guided tours and youth activities on Bruce Lee’s philosophy of life and martial arts.
 
The “Bruce Lee: Kung Fu ‧ Art ‧ Life” exhibition is presented by the LCSD, jointly organised by the Bruce Lee Foundation and the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, and sponsored by Fortune Star Media Limited. The exhibition features more than 600 invaluable artefacts, taking visitors on a marvellous journey through the life and achievements of Bruce Lee.
 

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