AT THE TSIM SHA TSUI’S WATERFRONT THAT IS VISITED BY TEN MILLION VISITORS EACH YEAR, TOURISTS POSE FOR CAMERAS COPYING BRUCE LEE’S READY TO STRIKE POSE.
When you happen to be at Tsim Sha Tsui’s waterfront in Hong Kong, the most striking things to grab your attention would be the famous star of the Kung-Fu movies Bruce Lee’s statue and the Avenue of Stars, modeled on the famous Walk of Fame in Hollywood.
Despite its opening date of 2005, the statue has been visited by millions of people in such a short time and became one of the symbols of the city. The statue allows its visitors enjoy the legendary panorama that brings together the strip of the river ornate with skyscrapers that look dreamy in fog.
Opened on his 65th birthday
The statue that was made to honor Bruce Lee, who was a legendary star famous with his martial arts movies, opened on his 65th birthday. The legendary actor has a special place in the hearts of millions even today, many years after his death. The famous star, who died in 1973 when he was 33 years old, was a graduate of philosophy and grabbed attention with his quotes on life and his life vision.
2.5-meter tall statue
The bronze statue of Bruce Lee, which was made by the Hong Kong Municipality and cost 100.000$, is 2.5-meter tall. You can also see the statues and footprints of famous Far Eastern actors Jackie Chan, Jet Li, and directors John Woo and Sammo Hung along the avenue. You can also pose with the statues resembling a film crew while sitting on the director’s chair.
At the Tsim Sha Tsui’s waterfront that is visited by ten million visitors each year, tourists pose for cameras, copying Bruce Lee’s ready to strike pose.