Mark Wu

Bruce Lee Playing Cards

Dan and Dave collaborated with Bruce Lee Enterprises to create a new deck of playing cards to celebrate his birthday. Bruce Lee would have been 73 today27th November.


The Chinese dragon design on the backs of the cards celebrates his birth. The faces of the cards were inspired by the iconic tracksuit he wore in Game of Death, and feature a black stripe running through them, “like water”.

On each of the cards is a different philosophical quote from Bruce Lee’s teachings. The Aces however, which are traditionally the most elaborate cards, were left blank to symbolise a free mind.

See and purchase the Bruce Lee Playing Cards here



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November 27, 2013   No Comments    

KikkoSket Soy Sauce Custom Dunny

This custom Dunny by Sket One pays homage to the humble condiment soy sauce. There’s nothing humble about the price however ($475 but sold out now), but that’s just testament to the quality of the piece.



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November 26, 2013   No Comments    

Old Bruce Lee

If you ever wanted to see how Bruce Lee would look when old, photographer Andrzej Dragan does a good job showing you. Check him out below, complete with Han’s triple cut on his cheek.


See more on Andrzej Dragan’s web portfolio

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November 18, 2013   No Comments    

Donnie Yen vs Bruce Lee Fight Scene

Perhaps a dream come true for some fight fans – and realised with CGI – Donnie Yen vs Bruce Lee. Directed by Li Jin.

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October 19, 2013   No Comments    

London premiere of acclaimed Asian-American playwright David Henry Hwang’s GOLDEN CHILD

The London premiere presented by TRUE HEART THEATRE, GOLDEN CHILD tells a gripping and entertaining tale about a Chinese family caught between traditional values and the modern world.

Written by the Tony Award-winning playwright of M. BUTTERFLY, YELLOW FACE and Broadway’s CHINGLISH, GOLDEN CHILD examines the politics of cultural conversion at the dawn of an intercultural world.

Wed 2 – Sat 12 October 2013 at New Diorama Theatre, London NW1 3BF

Award-winning Ng Choon Ping directs a strong team of East Asian talent led by Jacqueline Chan. Designer Moi Tran creates a poignant contemporary set which brings early 1900s China right into the 21st century.

Wed 2 – Sat 5, Tue 8 – Sat 12 Oct Evenings @ 7:30pm
Sat 5 / Wed 9 / Sat 12 Oct Matinees @ 3:30pm
Post-show Talk: Tue 8 Oct
Captioned Performance: Thu 10 Oct

£15.50 / £13.50 (concessions)
Book online now
Or call the Box Office 0207 383 9034

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October 5, 2013   No Comments    

Bruce Lee back to life for Johnnie Walker Campaign in China

Bruce Lee and alcohol don’t seem to mix, but this short film was apparently just sponsored by Johnnie Walker for it to be made. The CGI Bruce Lee took 9 months, which included consultation from his daughter Shannon Lee. It’s good to see his digital portrayal become more realistic over the years.

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July 10, 2013   No Comments    

Sushi Cats

Our feline companions continue their dominance of the web, though we’re not sure how many lives they’ll have left when rolled in sushi. Here they are in bizarre ads by Japanese company Tange and Nakimushi Peanuts





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May 13, 2013   No Comments    

Cost of Living in Hong Kong in 2013

We’ve just seen this interesting article on Gateway Hong Kong that details the cost of living in Hong Kong this year – great for anyone interested in moving there.


Like the article implies, the costs can vary according to your preferences on where you live, food etc but we know from experience that you can get by very cheaply if you stick to local goods and services. Of course, if you have relatives that you can stay with or your family has a home there (which may be common for many overseas Chinese), then you can already discount the rent.

Read more about Cost of Living in Hong Kong in 2013

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May 7, 2013   No Comments    

Monkey King Statue

Professional model painter Joe Dunaway shows how it’s done with an extensive online portfolio of models he has painted. Plenty of popular culture film characters (Predator, Gremlins, Hellboy, Aliens etc), but this one of the Monkey King caught our eye. Check his showcase on the link below, but don’t miss the drop down menu at the top for a more comprehensive list of his work.


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May 4, 2013   No Comments    

Cloud Tape Dispenser

Created by Gongdreen (Yu JuHyun), these tape dispensers shaped liked clouds are as charming as tape dispensers can get. Our choice would be the white one with striped colour tape, though sadly, the rainbow isn’t included. Get one at the Gongdreen site for $14-$18.

Merry Cloud at Gongdreen




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May 3, 2013   No Comments    

Dim Sum Badges!