Don't know what forum this should be in so I'll put it here. Sounds like an interesting book. The general idea of the podcast is that Bruce Lee was a globalist and completely against orthodoxy. He taught black and whites Kung Fu and that was like exposing or selling national security weapons. He was big on the idea of taking what works and don't sick to one form of martial arts so he was one of the fixed mixed martial artists or at least one to really push for it. Sounds like he was kind of a punk growing up. He must have had a lot of confidence in what he could achieve since even his successful friends said his plans are not going to work. They talked about how in the US he leaned into trying to be a Chinese hero in movies even though it wasn't too far after WWII and Asians faced discrimination since Americans couldn't tell the difference between Japanese and Chinese. One of his top students was Japanese and was in an Internment camp during WW2.