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    Posted November 6, 2015 by
    ByHandMedia
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    Las Vegas, Nevada
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    1 - Linda Lee-Cadwell discusses Bruce Lee’s legacy at Downtown Container Park in Las Vegas.

     

    2 - Friday night included screenings of Kung-Fu Panda and Bruce Lee martial arts cult classic Enter the Dragon. The feature films were preceded by a screening of the documentary “No Way As Way,” which was directed by Shannon Lee. The doc featured interviews with George Takei, Sugar Ray Leonard and more. The film also featured clips from a famous interview her father conducted in 1971 on the Pierre Berton Show. Berton’s iconic interviews also included Malcolm X and Lenny Bruce in the 1960’s.

     

    3 - Downtown Container Park in Las Vegas.

     

    4 - Audience watches a demonstration at Downtown Container Park in Las Vegas.

     

    5 - Promotional vehicle for the Bruce Tea Company, in Las Vegas for the Celebrating Self Expression festivities.

     

    6 - Downtown Las Vegas with a view of the Inspire Theater in the background.

     

    7 - A view of the Inspire Theater just off Fremont Street in Las Vegas.

     

    8 - Shannon Lee stands in front of an image of her father during her presentation, entitled “How to be an Action Hero.” The panel was based on a Ted Talk she conducted in Cyprus weeks earlier.

     

    9 - A Bruce Lee sticker on a newspaper dispenser in Downtown Las Vegas.

     

    10 - Night time view of The Inspire Theater in Downtown Las Vegas. The Theater is located just across the street from the world famous Fremont Street Experience, which contains the world’s largest electric sign under its canopy, with more than 12 million LED lamps and designed by LG Electronics.

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