Bruce Lee’s wax figure inspires young kung fu students!
Buce Lee’s wax figure is launched at the Chinese Garden of Friendship
Sydney has welcomed the arrival of one of the world’s greatest martial arts icons - Bruce Lee. The wax figure of the kung fu star was greeted by young martial arts enthusiasts who celebrated his arrival by taking part in a unique class held in the Chinese Garden of Friendship.
Dressed in the iconic yellow and black jumpsuit from his final film, Game of Death, the American
born martial arts star was at the forefront of the kung fu class, demonstrating one of his signature
moves to the excited students.
The kung fu students from the Sydney Self Defence Centre - aged between 5-10 years old – were lucky enough to have the first glimpse of the new wax figure who will be on display at Madame Tussauds Sydney for a limited time only.
The kung fu legend has been responsible for turning martial arts into one of today’s biggest film
genres and has been hailed as the greatest icon of martial arts cinema. This year also marks the 40
year anniversary of the star’s untimely death. Seen as a role model over the world, Bruce Lee
recognised the importance of teaching martial arts to young people and opened his own martial
arts school in 1959.
Step into the world of celebrity for a day at Madame Tussauds Sydney and meet over 70 wax figures in 9 interactive themed zones.
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