Bruce lee was one of Yip's best students who became an action illustration star. Bruce was born in San Francisco and later moved to China. Bruce was given a female name Sai-fon by his half Chinese and half Caucasian mother Grace Ho. He was named Bruce by the attending physician in the hospital Mary Glover. Bruce was born in the dragon year according to the traditional Chinese Zodiac which meant he was a strong and powerful omen. At the age of 3 months Bruce had returned to Hong Kong and in no time Hong Kong was taken over by the Japanese. Bruce lived in a very dangerous neighborhood filled with gangs and other bad omens. After taking part in a numerous amount of street fights his parents decided to enroll Bruce in martial arts. Bruce started to learn from grandmaster Ip Man at the age of 13 in 1954. Bruce was discriminated by his peers because he was 25% Caucasian, so Yip decided to privately train Bruce. In April 1959 Bruce was sent back to San Francisco to live with his sister and some family friends. In August 1961 he was enrolled in Washington University and then he married his life long love Linda Emery in August 1964. Bruce had two children with Linda who were Brandon Lee and Shannon Lee. He started teaching martial arts in Jun Fan Gung Fu, which literally Bruce lee's kung fu. At the Long Beach International Karate Championship he met Jhoon Goo Rhee who taught Bruce the sidekick. Bruce was also told by Wong Jack Man to stop teaching Caucasians martial arts because there was bitterness between the two races. Wong Jack man lost the fight because Bruce had been strength training a lot, he had almost no fat at all in his body. Bruce had also created his very own form of martial arts known as Jeet Kune Do which meant the way of interpreting the fist. He thought that the traditional martial arts were too formal and they had too many limitations to be used in an actual fight. On May, 10 1093 Bruce collapsed in Golden Harvest studios while working on his movie Enter the Dragon. Lee took a pain killer because of a head ache and did not turn up for dinner. Chow went to his apartment and was unable to wake up Bruce. Bruce was allergic to the Equagesic in the pain killer and his brain had swollen up from 1,400 grams to 1,575 grams a 13% increase. Bruce was only 32 years old when he passed away. Some say he died of a Dim Mak or in other words a death strike a few weeks earlier. Those are only tall tales Bruce could knock a man 6 feet away by just punching from an inch away, no death strike was even close enough to kill him.