Essay On Arm Wrestling With Grandfather And In Search Of Bruce Lee's Grave
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"Always be yourself, express yourself, have faith yourself, do not go out and look for a successful personality duplicate"( Bruce Lee). I thought of this quote and connected to both Brian Kim and Shalon Wu essay/ article. The both of them try to look up to someone in their live. Have you ever thought about how two different people in different timeline could help others to discover and appreciate who they are because of them? In Brian Kim's “Arm Wrestling with Grandfather" and Shalon Wu's “In Search of Bruce Lee's Grave", mentor/ role model, handy, and emotions present the reader with unique for comparison/contrast.
In Brian Kim's “Arm Wrestling with Grandfather" and Shalon Wu's “In Search of Bruce Lee's Grave", I saw the connection they…show more content… In Brian Kim essay the grandfather was handy because he was a Craftsman, "My mother said that my grandfather could fix anything that wasn't human. He loved to repair broken appliances or make ones that worked perform better." That means that not only he could bring machine back from the dead. He also tries to upgrade them. He also had an admiration for the tools. But he was always physical he did one hundred squats and push-ups every day in the morning. For Shalon Wu, Bruce Lee was handy because he was a martial arts fighter, "I can recall only that most pathetic of Asian characters, Hop Sing, the Cartwright family houseboy on "Bonanza." But in my adolescence there was Bruce Lee. I was 14 years old when I saw "Enter the Dragon." the granddaddy of martial arts." Bruce Lee was handy in a more physical way. His hands invested in the way they move in martial arts. In a way they both use their dexterous hands in a way it helped other people. For Brian Kim's grandfather he fixed the dry for his family. Bruce Lee was to entertain people, either in a movie or was a