Actor Danny Chan imitates Bruce Lee at the opening ceremony of an exhibit in Hong Kong on July 18, 2008, marking the 35th anniversary of the actor's death.
From cinemas to museums, Chinese fans are marking the 35th anniversary of Bruce Lee's death in various ways.
A weeklong screening of Lee's best-known films kicked off at the Kingdom Garden Movie Station in Beijing on Sunday, the Beijing News reported.
Films to be screened include "Way of the Dragon," "The Chinese Connection," and Lee's last work, "Game of Death."
In Hong Kong, where Lee was raised, an exhibit opened Friday featuring 800 items about the action legend, including movie posters, magazine covers and books, the Associated Press reported. Headlining the opening ceremony was Danny Chan, who plays Lee in the new TV series "Legend of Bruce Lee," produced by China Central Television.
Many Chinese Web sites, including the portal Sina.com.cn, have launched online specials paying homage to the star.
Bruce Lee died on July 20, 1973, at the age of 32. The exact details of his death are still controversial.