A new exhibition has been drawing in fans of the legendary martial arts master Bruce Lee.
Starting on April 24th in San Francisco's Chinatown, the exhibit titled: "We Are Bruce Lee" explores many aspects of the martial artist's life.
In particular, it looks at Lee's popularity across socio-economic classes in the U.S., as he was particularly popular in underrepresented minority communities.
The exhibition has interactive displays that get visitors involved and thinking about how Lee lived his life.
One avid collector even loaned roughly 300 artifacts to the exhibition, including a document that showed Lee was paid less than actors in minor roles and the stuntmen.