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Bruce Lee's home in Hong Kong will be the center of Chinese learning





Hong Kong –


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Monday 19 November 2018 – 12:23 PM
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Monday 19 November 2018 – 12:23 PM

Bruce Lee from Hong Kong, home of the Wild Kong Kung Fu tribe, which starts next year, gives Mandarin language courses and music as a center for Chinese learning.

South China Morning Post, the sole patron of the current owner of charity, founded by the retailer U Pang-lyn, said that the internal structure of the Kaunfun-Tung House will be retained after renovation.

"We are bringing homeowners the next year China has become a hub for learning, and courses for children include mandarin and Chinese music," said Ban Ching Ping, the parent of the granddaughter of Beyoner U.

It will be renovated at 5,599 square feet (529 square meters) after the newly opened ceremony. The courses will start in September next year.

About 400 children from Kindergarten to high school will study courses annually, he said.

The Center offers opportunities for future Marshall Art Courses. Bruce Lee Broad Lee does not use the title because the pictures of Cub Fu Luen have no rights.

Lee was born in the United States at the age of 18 and returned to the United States at the age of 18. He lived in Hong Kong as a child. Then he studied martial arts and other films. He lived alone in his family home at Koulon House on July 20, 1973.


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